Found February 14, 2012 on Bronx Pinstripes:
Yankees reliever Joba Chamberlain (rehabbing from Tommy John surgery) described his outing today as “another good day”. Chamberlain threw 20 pitches off a half-mound at the Yankees minor-league complex in Tampa, Florida. It’s the third time Chamberlain threw off the five-inch mound and is expected to have another session this Friday. Chamberlain is one of [...]

Pineda joins early workouts

Michael Pineda started his New York Yankees' career a little early. The All-Star pitcher acquired from Seattle last month joined pre-spring training workouts Tuesday at the Yankees' minor league complex. ''I'm excited because it's my first time,'' Pineda said. ''I'm working hard to help my team make it to the playoffs.'' The...

Brian Cashman Stocks Up on Yankees Perfume for Valentine's Day

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Jeter: Lin good for N.Y.

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Joba's rehab continues, throws 20 pitches

Joba Chamberlain had what he described as "another good day" in his rehab from Tommy John surgery, throwing 20 pitches off a half-mound at the Yankees' minor-league complex here.

Fitter Hughes makes strong pitch for Yanks

Phil Hughes says he has tried not to dwell on his poor 2011 season, but he does have a few choice words to describe it: “Wasted. Bad...."

Cano helps Pineda fit into pinstripes 

Michael Pineda was talking to Robinson Cano recently and he admitted to his friend that he was feeling somewhat overwhelmed about being traded to the Yankees and the prospect of playing for the big team in the big city.

Jeter gets head start

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A.J. Burnett Rumors: Wednesday

Kicking off today’s A.J. Burnett watch with an update of my own. Last night I wrote in my blog that the Pittsburgh Pirates shouldn’t cave to the New York Yankees, and instead should wait them out, hoping the Yankees budge on their demand to get more money or more prospects. My feeling was that it doesn’t make sense for the Pirates to rush to take a deal on Tuesday, paying ...

Inbox: What to expect from A-Rod in 2012?

Is Alex Rodriguez healthy enough to produce 40 homers and 100 RBIs? Will Russell Branyan be the lefty bat the Yankees wanted this offseason? Beat reporter Bryan Hoch answers fans' questions from the Inbox.

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Yankees, Pittsburgh Pirates reportedly deadlocked over A.J. Burnett trade

Deal is reportedly held up over money left on Burnett's contract
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