For former Yankees starter A.J. Burnett, it’s all about location, location, location. And we’re not talking about his pitches.
It’s amazing the Yankees could even field a team at this point.
This column places me in the odd position of defending Brian Cashman, whose record with pitching is dubious (at best) and well-documented, from Kei Igawa to Jaret Wright to Kevin Brown to A.J. Burnett and Carl Pavano.
While most of the talk around Yankee Stadium still revolved around Mariano Rivera and Andy Pettitte’s imminent return, Michael Pineda sat in the dugout Tuesday afternoon, his right arm in a sling.
After 126 games, 77 starts, 49 relief appearances and 472 innings in the majors, Neil Keefe still isn’t sure what Phil Hughes is.
Michael Pineda will be sidelined for at least a year as he is expected to have shoulder surgery to repair a labral tear. Will this severe shoulder injury hurt his velocity or will he return to the pitcher he was in 2011?
Miguel Cabrera and Tigers out-slugged the Yankees on Saturday and won 7-5.
Neil Keefe exchanges emails with Sweeny Murti to talk about the state of the Yankees and address the growing concerns with the starting rotation.
Hours after the Yankees got a heavy dose of bad news, Andy Pettitte came one step closer to completing his comeback.
The Yankees have announced that Michael Pineda has an anterior labral tear on his right shoulder, and will miss the entire 2012 season. He’s scheduled to undergo arthroscopic surgery on Tuesday.
Yankees shut down right-hander Michael Pineda after he felt weakness in his shoulder during an extended spring training game.
The Yankees can’t keep on going like this and hope to be a playoff contender. An overreliance on their relief pitchers is not a sustainable model to keep winning baseball games let alone play in the postseason.
Hiroki Kuroda’s ERA is now an even 5.00, which believe it or not, is second best among the Yankees’ five starters.
Neil Keefe is joined by Chris Shearn of YES Network to talk about the slump for the middle of the Yankees’ order and the questions surrounding the rotation through 10 games.
Michael Pineda was placed on the disabled list with tendinitis in his right shoulder on March 31, and it appears that he won’t make his Yankees debut in the Bronx any time soon.