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By Tammy Bruce
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Topic - Sergio Mitre
The New York Yankees have placed reliever Sergio Mitre on the 15-day disabled list because of right shoulder inflammation.
Sergio Mitre is headed back to the New York Yankees.
The Milwaukee Brewers have traded outfielder Chris Dickerson to the New York Yankees for right-hander Sergio Mitre in an effort to bolster their banged-up pitching staff.
Yankees reliever Joba Chamberlain has undergone an MRI exam for a strained muscle near the rib cage.
Yankees pitchers Joba Chamberlain and Sergio Mitre will be sidelined for a few days because of muscle soreness on the left side of their upper bodies.
Sergio Mitre is doing everything he can to answer one of New York's questions about its rotation.
Andy Pettitte has already been in Joe Girardi's ear, telling the Yankees manager at every turn that he feels fine and could be back soon, despite a left groin strain that the team expects to keep him out until mid-August.
MIAMI — One starting pitcher was derailed by long fly balls while the other thrived by keeping them on the ground.
"A little bit sore and tight yesterday," Mitre said. "Woke up today and I feel good. They don't want to chance it. I pulled an oblique on the same side last year, so we're trying to figure out if it's related."
"It's a cannon — that's all," an admiring Mitre said about Golson's arm.