Ramiro Pena

Eduardo Nunez of the New York Yankees smiles in the dugout. (Photo by Ed Zurga/Getty Images)

Nunez Recalled By Yankees, Inserted Into Starting Lineup

Eduardo Nunez was among the Yankees’ call-ups and was placed into the starting lineup on Saturday.

09/01/2012

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Keefe: Yankees Return Home With Ichiro, Without A-Rod

Neil Keefe and Sweeny Murti look at the Yankees as they return home from a 2-5 West Coast road trip with Ichiro Suzuki, but without Alex Rodriguez.

WFAN–07/26/2012

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Yankees’ Mark Prior Scratched From Rehab Start With Shoulder Discomfort

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.

WFAN–08/24/2011

Alex Rodriguez

A-Rod Upbeat As He Nears Return To Yankees

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.

WFAN–08/09/2011

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Mark Prior Hit By Line Drive At Yankees’ Minor League Complex, Suffers Bruised Forearm

Mark Prior’s comeback may have hit another snag. The converted reliever suffered a bruised left forearm on Wednesday after being hit by a ball during batting practice.

WFAN–08/03/2011

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Yankees’ Ramiro Pena On DL After Appendectomy; Brandon Laird Called Up

Yankees infielder Ramiro Pena had an appendectomy on Monday was placed on the 15-day disabled list. “Unfortunately on his (26th) birthday. It will be a birthday I’m sure he’ll never forget,” manager Joe Girardi said before the Yankees’ 5-4 win over Tampa Bay.

WFAN–07/19/2011

New York Yankees v New York Mets

Keidel: Subway Theories

Beyond the bouquets Mets fans sent Ramiro Pena (and perhaps a rose for Rivera, the closer nonpareil who reminds us once a month or so that there is indeed blood in his veins), what did we learn from the Mets and Yankees this weekend?

WFAN–07/04/2011

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Keefe To The City: A Night With John And Suzyn

With the Brewers in town on Tuesday night, I put the game on YES on mute and turned up WCBS and let John and Suzyn take me through the series opener.

WFAN–06/29/2011

Mark Teixeira

Yankees Lay Second Straight Bronx Beating On Rangers

Mark Teixeira hit two-run homers from each side of the plate and Curtis Granderson homered for the fifth time in seven games, powering the New York Yankees past the Texas Rangers 12-4 Wednesday night.

WFAN–06/15/2011

Jesus Montero (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

Slump Sends Yankees’ Jesus Montero Back To Minors

Score a -2 for the Yankees’ youth movement. Prospects Jesus Montero and Austin Romine lost out in their attempts to serve as backup to catcher Russell Martin on Monday.

WFAN–03/29/2011

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A-Rod Confident He’ll Come Back Strong From DL

Alex Rodriguez is confident he’ll be completely ready to return from the disabled list next week.

WFAN–08/24/2010

Mark Teixeira (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images)

Teixeira Skipping Texas Trip After Birth Of Son

Mark Teixeira was not in the New York Yankees lineup Tuesday night and won’t even be in Texas for the two-game set against the AL West-leading Rangers.

WFAN–08/11/2010

CC Sabathia

Sabathia Outpitches Lackey, Yankees Beat Red Sox

CC Sabathia outpitched John Lackey, Ramiro Pena drove in two runs while subbing for injured Alex Rodriguez and the New York Yankees stopped their mini-slide by beating the Boston Red Sox 5-2 on Saturday.

WFAN–08/07/2010