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NEW YORK DAILY NEWS MICHAEL Pineda’s Yankee career was conceived last month in Dallas, when Jack Zduriencik planted the seed for this winter’s sexiest trade.
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Feeling depressed Seattle Mariners fans after losing Michael Pineda?
There was something special about the friendly giant who was as excited to pitch as a little leaguer. Not to mention it was fun to watch as opposing clubs underestimated the rookie’s dominance and diabolical slider.
Well, Jesus Montero being rated as the number one prospect...
Joe Girardi is looking forward to having Michael Pineda pitch every five days but still isn’t sure what his rotation is going to look like.“I like the additions we made,” the Yankees manager said. “We had a really good year last year. We got a lot from our...
SEATTLE -- Before even playing his first game in Seattle, Jesus Montero is already being touted as the middle-of-the-order answer to the Mariners’ offensive woes.
The New York Yankees hope Michael Pineda does the same for their pitching rotation.
The Mariners and Yankees finalized their four-player trade on Monday that...
Trade agreed on Jan. 13 finalized after players take physicals
Jonathan Bentz of Fantasy Baseball Dugout discusses the Michael Pineda for Jesus Montero trade and its impact on fantasy baseball 2012.
It took 11 days from the time Jack Zduriencik and Brian Cashman agreed on the players a week ago Friday, but the Mariners' trade with the Yankees, sending Michael Pineda to New York, finally became official this afternoon.
With Detroit signing Prince Fielder for $214 million, Jack Zduriencik is banking everything on Seattle's farm system.