Michael Pineda, Derek Jeter, New York Yankees

In his last start against the Boston Red Sox on Apr. 10, cameras caught Michael Pineda with what appeared to be pine tar on his right hand. Though the New York Yankees’ starter had washed the substance off by the fifth […]

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Michael Pineda

If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. That’s the mindset New York Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda had when he stepped to the mound Wednesday night against the Boston Red Sox. Pineda has been caught by cameras using what appeared to […]

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C.C. Sabathia, New York Yankees

In 2010, the New York Yankees’ starting rotation was in shambles. A.J. Burnett went 10-15 with a 5.26 ERA. Javier Vazquez was just as mediocre with a 10-10 record and 5.32 ERA. On the positive side, Phil Hughes went 18-8 […]

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Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

Before the New York Yankees played the Tampa Bay Rays on Sunday, news broke out that Ivan Nova will likely need Tommy John surgery that will sideline him for the rest of the 2014 MLB season. After all of the […]

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Troy Taormina- USA TODAY Sports

After suffering a pair of ugly losses to the Tampa Bay Rays on Friday and Saturday night, the New York Yankees will likely get some help when they try to rebound in the series finale. Mark Teixeira, who has been […]

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Jonathan Dyer- USA TODAY Sports

When journeyman infielder Yangervis Solarte earned himself a spot on the New York Yankees‘ opening day roster, most assumed that the career minor leaguer would be in for a rude awakening once he played in regular-season major-league action. But, it’s […]

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Cesar Cabral

The New York Yankees knew things were going south when the team’s bullpen, which hadn’t surrendered a run in 17 consecutive innings, gave up five runs in two innings and relinquished a lead against the divisional rival Tampa Bay Rays. […]

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Solarte

Thursday night’s game between the New York Yankees and Tampa Bay Rays in St. Petersburg, Fla. was propelling for the visitors as the Yankees exploited the number three to help the team top the struggling Rays. A game of rarities […]

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Masahiro Tanaka New York Yankees Chicago Cubs

Before he signed a seven-year, $155 million contract with the New York Yankees, the Chicago Cubs pushed hard for Japanese RHP Masahiro Tanaka. The Cubs envisioned the 25-year-old pitcher as the ace of their staff for many years as he would grow […]

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