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2012 New York Yankees rotation announced...
New York Yankees skipper Joe Girardi and pitching coach Larry Rothschild’s decision about the starting rotation got made for them last night.
There were six pitchers for five spots, but with the now confirmed news that Michael Pineda does have shoulder tendentious, the heated competition will pause for a moment until Andy Pettitte decides he is ready to go.
Pineda will start the season on the 15-day DL and Yankee fans can only that hope this injury doesn’t linger.
So, here is the official 2012 Yankees starting pitching rotation:
1) CC Sabathia
2) Hiroki Kuroda
3) Phil Hughes
4) Ivan Nova
5) Freddy Garcia(...)Read the rest of New York Yankees: 2012 Pitching Rotation Is All Set
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Michael Pineda (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
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disabled list after tests showed inflammation in a shoulder tendon,
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