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Michael Pineda will venture outside of Florida for the first time in his rehab process, starting tonight for the Trenton Thunder against Eerie.
At the beginning of the 30-day rehab process, GM Brian Cashman said the 24-year-old righty would need about 5-6 starts before he’s deemed ready to return to the big leagues; tonight will be Pineda’s fourth. Cashman may even want to get a little closer look for himself at his investment, as he said he was leaning towards taking the short trip to Trenton for the game.
The Yankees will soon be faced with the decision on whether or not to bring Pineda up to move him into the rotation or send him to Triple-A for more refinement. His use in the Bronx this year will be based upon need. If everyone in the rotation is pitching up to par, the organization would probably stash Pineda in the minors. Regardless, he seems to be healthy and throwing well. It’s a good problem to have if you’re the Yankees.
Michael Pineda is expected to make his next rehab start on Tuesday night in Trenton when the @TrentonThunder face Erie.
— YES Network (@YESNetwork) June 22, 2013
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Last night, after another miserable day of watching the '13 Ghosts, I had a few too many and did what I vow never to do, before August:I drunk dialed the AL East standings.Well, see for yourself: clowns to the left of us, jokers to the right. As John would tell Suzyn, "just one game behind Boston in the all-important loss column!"Thus, we will accomplish what in April...
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Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez has responded to general manager Brian Cashman's critical remarks about his tweeting by releasing a statement.
Sometime on Tuesday New York Yankees superstar Alex Rodriguez sent a simple tweet; nothing big or dirty or vulgar. It was something that Twitter was made for really. However, when word got to Yankees GM Brian Cashman he was mad.
All A-Rod tweeted was that he had seen the doctor and was finally cleared to start playing games. Cashman took...
It is no secret that Brian Cashman isn’t the biggest Alex Rodriguez fan. He was not the one that wanted to sign the All-Star to the $300 million deal 5 years ago, and he certainly wishes he could rid himself of the headache now. A-Rod continues to get on Cashaman’s nerve, and his latest stunt of tweeting out the progress of his rehab has infuriated the New York Yankees GM like...
New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez joined twitter recently (to not much fanfare) and decided to update the twitter world on his progress rehabbing the injury that his kept him out of the lineup all season.
Visit from Dr. Kelly over the weekend, who gave me the best news – the green light to play games again! http://t.co/RuzfXOJjHI
— Alex Rodriguez (@AROD) June 25...
We reported the news last night of the rather umm… direct way New York Yankees GM Brian Cashman responded to Alex Rodriguez tweeting out that he had been cleared by doctors to resume playing baseball.
Taking into account the way Cashman responded, we knew it would only be a matter of time before A-Rod decided to issue a statement in regards to what Cashman had to say.
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Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez intends to make a quick return to the field so he can retire and collect his entire salary before he's suspended by the MLB.
Even from Tampa, Alex Rodriguez has figured out a way to anger the Yankees. While the Yankees have repeatedly said the third baseman has not been cleared to begin a rehab assignment, Rodriguez said he was set to start playing games in Tampa this Monday. On Tuesday, Rodriguez went to Twitter to say that the surgeon who performed his offseason hip surgery, Dr. Bryan Kelly, gave him...
(via Getty Image)As soon as New York Yankees paycheck collector Alex Rodriguez joined Twitter on May 31, I’m sure a lot of people shared a similar version of the thought: “Dude, this is a terrible idea.” I’m not sure what the once-beloved baseball star thought he had to gain by creating an account on the world’s third most hate-filled place, behind YouTube comments and...
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman wants gimpy superstar Alex Rodriguez to know that a doctor clearing him to play doesn’t mean the third baseman can just hop back on the field.
Apparently, Rodriguez agrees — just not the way everyone thought.
In a week full of firestorms after Rodriguez said a doctor had cleared him to play and Cashman angrily retorted that the team would...
New York Yankees general manager is pissed that third baseman Alex Rodriguez tweeted out an update on his rehab process, according to ESPNNewYork.com. “You know what, when the Yankees want to announce something, [we will],” Cashman told ESPN New York. “Alex
There was good news and bad news for Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez Tuesday. First the good news. A-Rod has been cleared to play again.
Visit from Dr. Kelly over the weekend, who gave me the best news - the green light to play games again! http://t.co/RuzfXOJjHI
— Alex Rodriguez (@AROD) June 25, 2013
Now for the bad news. Yankees general...
The Alex Rodriguez rehab-gate saga just took a strange turn. One day after he tweeted about how excited he was to begin playing baseball in minor league rehab games, which led to him being told by GM Brian Cashman to ‘shut the f up’, A-Rod has informed Yankees officials in Tampa that he is physically not ready to play baseball, according to the New York Post. “He is not ready...