Saturday's Say Hey, Baseball includes the Rays' stadium wish list, the five-year anniversary of the Michael Pineda trade and a bad day for the Reds. Listen, we know it’s tough to catch up on everything happening in the baseball world each morning. Show More Summary
The Cardinals are banking on youth. Yankees fan and Michael Pineda enthusiast AJ of The Lost Collector blog sent some cards along recently amidst some turmoil in the Cardinals fanbase. There's a guy, a talented guy, who was traded to St. Show More Summary
Four adults and a 7-year-old boy were killed Thursday in Ontario after an out-of-control car drove off the 10 Freeway and hit another vehicle near an exit ramp, officials said. Michael Pineda, a boy who was riding in the out-of-control Toyota, died in a nearby emergency room, the San Bernardino...
When Topps used a 3 year old photo. Let's take a look back at Michael Pineda, who has certainly had a weird career.
Michael Pineda gave up six runs in the first inning and seven over all as the out-of-contention Red Sox scored their second consecutive lopsided win at Yankee Stadium.
Michael Pineda was hit hard at the start, and the New York Yankees' playoff push was delayed once again by their longtime rivals when the Boston Red Sox got two homers and five RBIs from rookie catcher Blake Swihart in a 10-4 victory Tuesday night.
Carlos Beltran hit a three-run homer off White Sox ace Chris Sale, leading Michael Pineda and the New York Yankees past Chicago 3-2 Thursday night in their push for a playoff spot.
Carlos Beltran hit a three-run, second-deck home run on a 100 mph fastball from Noah Syndergaard in the first inning, Michael Pineda pitched his best game in two months and the New York Yankees beat the Mets 5-0 Saturday to rebound from an opening loss in the weekend Subway Series.
In the first game of a single-admission doubleheader, Toronto homered three times off Michael Pineda, and three late Yankees rallies fell short in an 11-inning loss.
Reliever Dellin Betances worked his way out of jams in the seventh and eighth innings, and Michael Pineda earned his third win in a row at Boston since he was ejected there last season.
The Yankees lost Michael Pineda to injury and added no pitchers in trades. But on Wednesday, they will unveil Severino, who will be the youngest pitcher to make a start in the majors this season.
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.