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Topic - Michael Pineda
Yankees right-hander Michael Pineda is scheduled to pitch two innings in an extended spring training game on Tuesday, increasing the possibility he could start a rehab assignment soon.
Infielder Brendan Ryan has been activated from the disabled list by the New York Yankees after being sidelined since spring training with cervical spine nerve injury.
Just when the New York Yankees need CC Sabathia to shore up a shaky rotation, the big left-hander is letting them down.
The Seattle Mariners' game at the New York Yankees on Wednesday night was postponed because of rain.
Center fielder Jacoby Ellsbury is out of the New York Yankees' lineup because of a sore left hand, and suspended pitcher Michael Pineda pulled himself from a simulated game with tightness in an upper back muscle.
Hiroki Kuroda can identify the moment he knew his outing was going to be a dud: Hank Conger' line drive in the second inning that smashed off the right field wall with a loud thud.
Throughout an up-and-down month, the Los Angeles Angels have been pretty consistent in one area: hitting home runs.
Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig says the sport will wait until after the season to study whether the rule preventing pitchers from using pine tar should be changed.
New York Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda was suspended for 10 games Thursday, a day after umpires found pine tar on his neck during a game against Boston. Pineda said he was trying to get a better grip on balls on a cool night.
The pine tar glistened on Michael Pineda's neck, improving his grip and inviting trouble.
The Yankees pitcher was ejected from the game in the second inning after Red Sox manager John Farrell asked the umpiring crew to check a dark spot on the right side of Pineda's neck.
The Boston Red Sox made sure the umpires noticed something on New York pitcher Michael Pineda this time.
New York Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda is hardly the first major leaguer to head to the mound hoping to get away with using pine tar to aid his grip.
"At the end of the day it was five zeros and I'll take that," he said. "You don't want to grind every time out, but it's one thing that I've kind of done this year. I haven't really had my best stuff yet."
Erick Aybar connected for a three-run drive and Collin Cowgill went deep against Bruce Billings, one of the pitchers called up when Michael Pineda was suspended for 10 games after being caught with pine tar on his neck Wednesday night.