The Mets announced the signing of former Met Pedro Feliciano. It includes a spring training invite.
Byrdak wasn’t the first Mets pitcher to possibly be injured due to overuse.
Joba Chamberlain could soon pitch in a minor league game for the first time since injuring an during spring training.
Brian Cashman deserves high praise for a number of intelligent, under-the-radar off-season signings that have each played a part in the Yankees’ success in the regular season and possibly could make the difference in the playoffs.
Yankees right-hander Mark Prior has struggled with shoulder injuries and his last major league appearance came in August 2006. The 30-year-old went 18-6 with a 2.43 ERA in 30 starts for the NL Central champion Chicago Cubs in 2003.
The Yankees are about to get a needed boon to their lineup and a possible distraction in the clubhouse.
Alex Rodriguez began running the bases in his workout today, a key step in his rehab process. Pedro Felicinao, Ramiro Pena, Damaso Marte and Mark Prior have all also made strides forward.
Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez has stepped up his workouts while recovering from knee surgery. There’s no official timetable on when he’ll rejoin the team, though Joe Girardi hinted at an August 15 return on Sunday.
Yankees right-hander Mark Prior is back pitching after missing almost three months because of a strained groin.
Most Mets fans don’t want Derek Jeter to hit No. 3,000 at Citi Field. They might get their wish.
The right-hander, out since April 15 because of inflammation in his right shoulder, is scheduled to throw around 65 pitches Sunday for Class-A Staten Island.
Boone Logan has been anything but a left-handed specialist this season, and if anything, he might be a specialist for right-handed hitters.
Yankees left-hander Pedro Feliciano will put off shoulder surgery for at least 1½ months. Sidelined since spring training, Feliciano was examined Monday in Pensacola, Fla., by Dr. James Andrews, who recommended a six-week program of a shoulder strengthening.
Unlike Brian Cashman, when I’m wrong, I’ll admit it. So, here are some early apologies I would like to issue to three Yankees.
Yankees reliever Pedro Feliciano has a torn capsule in his left shoulder and will get a second opinion before deciding if he should have season-ending surgery.