MICHAEL PINEDA NEWS

John Farrell: Michael Pineda Pine Tar Incident Shouldn’t Cause Rule Change

BOSTON — New York Yankees starter Michael Pineda was suspended 10 games Thursday for his use of pine tar in the second inning of Wednesday’s Red Sox-Yankees game at Fenway Park. But while the suspension closes the book on this particular situation, it hardly ends the debate over what forms of “cheating” are acceptable across Major League Baseball, and to what extent. Red...
Via NESN.com
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Girardi Defends Moving ESPN Camera

((HT: ESPN))After the Michael Pineda ejection last night, the cameras decided to get a look at the "after..."Yanks manager Joe Girardi wanted nothing to do with the after...And, then, he went after the network and their big-brotherness"I think MLB's going to have a problem with ESPN going into our tunnel," Girardi said. "I didn't break the camera...
Via Online Sports Guys
59 minutes ago  |  Discuss

Joe Girardi is upset about ESPN following Michael Pineda

During Wednesday night’s Yankees-Red Sox game on ESPN, Michael Pineda of the Yankees was ejected for having a large glob of pine tar on his neck. It was the second time that Pineda had a pine tar incident against the Red Sox this year, and the common sentiment among baseball fans and analysts is that Pineda should have done a better job at mucking up the ball if he was going to...
Via Awful Announcing
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Report: Yanks’ Pitcher Michael Pineda Suspended 10 Games

Yanks’ pitcher Michael Pineda was suspended 10 games Thursday for using pine tar in Wednesday’s outing against the Boston Red Sox – Mandatory Credit: Elsa/Getty Images As it was expected, New York Yankees’ pitcher Michael Pineda received a verdict for his use of pine tar Thursday. According to Wallace Matthews of ESPN New York, Pineda has reportedly been suspended 10 games...
Via The Sports Journal
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Yanks P Pineda Suspended

After being booted from Wednesday night’s game for the presence of an illegal substance on his neck, Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda has been suspended for 10 games by Major League Baseball. Michael Pineda, who was in a similar “sticky situation” not long ago, was ejected from the game versus the Boston Red Sox.  Sox manager John Farrell asked the home plate umpire to check...
Via Hardwood Diva
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Joe Girardi Files Protest About ESPN Cameras In Dugout

  Sour grapes on Girardi’s part or nah? As the details surrounding ‘pine tar-gate’ continue to unfold following Michael Pineda’s suspension for using the banned substance, Yankees Manager Joe Girardi has come out swinging. After Girardi took it upon himself to physically turn the perched ESPN camera off the tunnel in the dugout after Pineda’s ejection from the game in...
Via BlackSportsOnline
2 hours ago  |  Discuss

Yankees’ Michael Pineda suspended 10 games for pine tar

Major League Baseball announced that New York Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda has been suspended 10 games “for possessing a foreign substance on his person during the bottom of the second inning of his club’s game against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park on Wednesday.” If Pineda doesn’t appeal, his suspension is scheduled to begin tonight, when the two clubs continue their...
Via Sports-Glory
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Pineda Suspended Ten Games For GoopGate II

Major League Baseball handed down a stiff penalty to New York Yankee pitcher Michael Pineda after he blatantly used a "foreign substance" (pine tar) to doctor the baseball. Pineda was suspended for ten games (effectively two starts) for violating Rule 8.02(a)(2) through (5). Pineda was called out by Red Sox Manager John Farrell after an obvious blotch of pine tar appeared...
Via FenwayNation
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Pineda punished for pine tar

Michael Pineda will pay the price for getting caught red handed. MLB just announced that the 25-year-old righty will be suspended 10 games for using pine tar in his start last night against the Red Sox. He originally drew attention to himself back on April 10 when cameras noticed a substance on his hand in a start in New York against Boston. The suspension was inevitable; it was...
Via Bronx Pinstripes
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Michael Pineda Suspended 10 Games For Being Really, Really Bad At Cheating

Yankees starter Michael Pineda will have some time off to think about how he can better hide his illegal tactics on the mound moving forward. The pitcher was handed a 10-game suspension by Major League Baseball on Thursday, one day after Pineda was caught using pine tar against the Red Sox for the second time in two weeks. Michael Pineda suspended 10 games for sticky substance on...
Via Next Impulse Sports
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New York Yankees: Michael Pineda Gets 10-Game Suspension

A verdict has been reached in the Michael Pineda pine-tar saga. Pineda, who was ejected during the 2nd inning of last night’s game against the Red Sox, received a 10-game suspension from Major League Baseball for having pine-tar on his neck, the league said in a statement. Post has learned that Pineda was suspended 10 games #Yankees — Joel Sherman (@Joelsherman1) April 24, 2014...
Via Standing O Sports
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Yankees’ Michael Pineda Suspended 10 Games For Pine Tar Incident

Major League Baseball has come down on harshly on New York Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda. The league suspended Pineda for 10 games on Thursday, one day after he was ejected from an game against the Boston Red Sox when umpires discovered pine tar on the side of his neck. Pineda’s ejection came in the second inning of an eventual 5-1 Red Sox win. Red Sox manager John Farrell alerted...
Via NESN.com
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Michael Pineda suspended ten games for pine tar incident

Yankees starting pitcher Michael Pineda has earned a ten game suspension after his ejection on Wednesday for having pine tar on his neck. There’s no immediate word on whether or not Pineda will appeal the suspension. This is funny to me, because using a foreign substance on the ball is something that seems to be widely accepted throughout the game. However, being as obvious as...
Via Bloguin Best
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Michael Pineda suspended ten games for pine tar incident

Yankees starting pitcher Michael Pineda has earned a ten game suspension after his ejection on Wednesday for having pine tar on his neck. There’s no immediate word on whether or not Pineda will appeal the suspension. This is funny to me, because using a foreign substance on the ball is something that seems to be widely accepted throughout the game. However, being as obvious as...
Via The Outside Corner
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MLB suspends Michael Pineda 10 games for illegal substance on neck

getty images New York Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda was suspended by Major League Baseball for 10 games following his ejection from Wednesday nights game for an illegal substance on his neck. Pineda was caught with the substance in the second inning of Wednesday’s game against the Boston Red Sox when John Farrell requested that umpires check the pitcher. Red Sox reporters had...
Via Tireball.com
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Yankees Pineda suspended 10 games for use of pine tar

Major League Baseball has suspended New York Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda 10 games for the use of pine tar against the Boston Red Sox on Wednesday. Pineda was ejected in the second inning after umpires identified a large smear of tar on the pitcher's neck. Pitchers are prohibited from using any foreign substance on their bodies to help aid with grip on the baseball. In 2012...
Via Pro Sports Daily
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Mr. Pine Tar Michael Pineda Suspended for 10 Games

Should have been suspended for a million games, not for the pine tar, but for being so dumb. Yankees RHP Michael Pineda suspended 10 games, starting tonight, for possessing a foreign substance during Wednesday’s game at Fenway Park. — MLB (@MLB) April 24, 2014
Via BlackSportsOnline
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The Michael Pineda Guide to Pine Tar

Last night New York Yankees Starter Michael Pineda was ejected in the second inning of Wednesday night’s game against the Boston Red Sox for having pine tar on his neck. This was the second time in two weeks Pineda had a run-in for using the frowned upon substance. Pine Tar, although illegal for pitchers to use in the rule books, is used quite frequently, but with great precaution...
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Brian Cashman on Michael Pineda: "I think we're all embarrassed"

Out of all the reactions to Michael Pineda's ejection from last night's game, there were few more candid than Yankees GM Brian Cashman. When he was asked to give his reaction to Pineda being ejected for having pine tar on his neck, Cashman was frank: "We certainly are responsible, and there’s certainly failure on our part as an organization as a whole that...
Via YanksinExile.com
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Pine Tar Gets Yankee’s Pineda Pulled

Photo is courtesy of http://muckrack.com/ Written by: Curt Ashcraft (@cashcraft740) Edited by: Matt Shock (@shockwave_music) Follow us on Twitter! @OS_Report Like Us on Facebook!   Growing up, my father was always famous for using crafty little sayings. One of his favorites was fool me once, shame on me, fool me twice, shame on you and after last night’s stupidity displayed in...
Via In The Neutral Zone
6 hours ago  |  Discuss

Is Michael Pineda's stupidity ruining it for everyone?

On Wednesday night in Boston, New York Yankees starting pitcher Michael Pineda was ejected from the game in the second inning for using a foreign substance while pitching. The question is whether this dumb decision will snowball and impact the rest of the league.During the first inning of Wednesday's game against the Red Sox, Pineda struggled to find his command and it appeared...
Via Pro Sports Daily
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Cashman on Pineda's pine tar incident: 'Embarrassed'

BOSTON — New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman, who was sitting in the stands, wasn’t happy when his phone rang and the person on the other end pointed out pitcher Michael Pineda’s obvious pine tar use. He wasn’t too pleased after the game, either. Pineda was ejected in the second inning of Wednesday’s Red Sox-Yankees game at Fenway Park for having pine tar on...
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Ideas for Michael Pineda’s Next Start

Takes a Wiffle ball out to the mound. #NextPinedaStart — SportsPickle (@sportspickle) April 24, 2014   Drinks a gallon of pine tar, frequently vomits it up onto the ball. #NextPinedaStart — SportsPickle (@sportspickle) April 24, 2014   @sportspickle pitches with grenades painted like baseballs #nextpinedastart — daniel gallo (@dangallo23) April 24, 2014   Sews and extra...
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And New York Yankees right-hander Michael Pineda as 'Al' from 'Police Squad!"

Not once, but twice. Because yeah, he and the entire team really are that stupid.Follow us on Twitter, Subscribe by Email, View via Our Mobile Site, or Return Home
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7 hours ago  |  Discuss

Joe Girardi protesting ESPN dugout camera

Source: Scott Halleran/Getty Images North America On Wednesday night New York Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda was ejected from his start against the Boston Red Sox for having a substance on his neck. Afterwards Yankees manager Joe Girardi, trainer Steve Donohue and pitching coach Larry Rothschild were seen having a private discussion in the tunnel. The ESPN dugout camera decided to...
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