The Yankees’ day started with Michael Pineda going on the disabled list and ended with a loss thanks to Josh Hamilton.
Michael Pineda's career with the New York Yankees has been slowed by injuries. The right-hander is on the shelf once again with a forearm issue. Continue for updates. Pineda Placed on DL with Forearm Strain Thursday, July 30 Mark Feinsand of the New York Daily News confirmed Pineda's status, adding that C.C. Show More Summary
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Alex Rodriguez hit his 17th home run in the first inning, Michael Pineda had another impressive start and the New York Yankees took advantage of Clay Buchholz's early exit and Boston's shoddy defense to beat the Red Sox 5-1 on Friday night.
An errant throw off a ninth-inning bunt ended an encouraging day for the Yankees, who were buoyed by a strong start from Michael Pineda.
The Yankees starter gave up eight runs on 11 hits, both career highs, and lasted only three and a third innings against Philadelphia.
There was some initial intrigue for Pineda’s start, and the Yankees turned Pineda’s gem into a win at Yankee Stadium, with Dellin Betances getting the final five outs for the save.
Alex Rodriguez singled twice to raise his career hits total to 2,997, Michael Pineda carried a no-hit bid into the seventh inning before allowing Christian Yelich's home run, and the New York Yankees beat the Miami Marlins 2-1 Wednesday night.
Christian Yelich homered on the first pitch of the seventh inning, ending a no-hit bid by New York Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda against the Miami Marlins.
The Orioles rocked Pineda in an 11-3 drubbing of the Yankees at Camden Yards.
Chris Davis homered and drove in four runs, and the Baltimore Orioles beat Michael Pineda and the New York Yankees 11-3 Friday night for their season-high fifth straight win.
The Yankees plan to skip Michael Pineda’s next start in an effort to keep him fresh.
Mark Teixeira hit his ninth career grand slam off Seattle ace Felix Hernandez in the fifth inning and Michael Pineda allowed two runs pitching into the seventh in the Yankees' 7-2 win over the Mariners on Monday night.
Pineda has been having his best season for the Yankees since his trade three years ago from Seattle, where he was set to square off against Felix Hernandez.
It’s been more than three years since the Mariners traded Michael Pineda to the Yankees.
Yankees returned to the Bronx on the heels of a dreadful road trip, hoping a day off and some home cooking would help them end their skid.
Fielder hit a three-run homer as Pineda followed up his worst outing of the season at Kansas City with another poor performance against Texas.
If you had to take one pitcher for your DraftKings lineup on Friday, it would have to be the New York Yankees' Michael Pineda. He comes into his start against the Kansas City Royals with a 5-0 record, 2.72 ERA and 1.51 WHIP this season. Pineda has also struck out 54 batters in just 46.1 innings pitched. Show More Summary
Michael Kay ends the pop culture phrase "on fleek" when he describes Michael Pineda's pitching prowess.
You probably remember when Michael Pineda was a blue-chip prospect in the Mariners’ organization, the guy who was supposed to develop into Felix Hernandez Jr. You probably also remember that all those plans went to hell when Pineda needed shoulder surgery and was shipped off to the Yankees. Show More Summary