Found March 02, 2013 on Bronx Pinstripes:
Black pitching for the Staten Island Yankees last season (Photo courtesy of SILive.com) That seemingly endless string of Yankees threading the baseline during the National Anthem just got a little shorter. The LoHud Yankee Blog reports that the first round of Yankee cuts are in: Corey Black | RHP Matt Daley | RHP Nick Goody | RHP Shane Greene | RHP Bryan Mitchell | RHP Zach Nuding | RHP Mike O’Brien | RHP Ryan Pope | RHP Kyle Roller | 1B  
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