BOSTON — In his previous start, Michael Pineda was done in by the four homers he gave up in just five innings. So, if you’re desperate for good news, you will be pleased to learn the Red Sox didn’t go deep against Pineda once Saturday. But because it’s Pineda — and the Yankees can’t seem...
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3 days ago
Yankees right-hander Michael Pineda and Red Sox right-hander Rick Porcello, who are on completely different paths to begin the season, square off on Saturday at Fenway Park.
4 days ago
In fits of nostalgia, human beings, especially pretentious ones, sometimes like to declare that they were “born too late.” This statement, on the surface, is usually completely and utterly idiotic. People tend to romanticize past eras because what survived of them is the best they have to offer. In reality they are clinging to particular aspects that appeal to them instead of...
There is good news from Michael Pineda’s otherwise ugly outing on Sunday. He didn’t suffer whiplash despite his head snapping back after each of the four home runs he allowed to the Rays. That was about the only positive for the inconsistent right-hander, who was roughed up for 10 hits and seven earned runs over...
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9 days ago
The more optimistic people in the world often try to seek out silver linings in even the most ghastly of tragedies. For instance, one could point to the fact that Michael Pineda struck out nine batters in just five innings. One could note that Pineda only walked one batter. However, one could also note that after quickly retiring the first two batters of the game, Pineda surrendered...
Michael Pineda on his start against Oakland.
Michael Pineda discusses how he felt during his start against the Blue Jays and what he needs to do to improve on the hill.
Yankees RHP Michael Pineda discusses his expectations for the 2016 season after completing his final Spring Training start against the Cardinals.
Just three and a half months after trading for Michael Pineda, when the Yankees announced that the right-hander would undergo season-ending shoulder surgery, general manager Brian Cashman described the Pineda–Jesus Montero deal as a “massive decision gone wrong.” Now, with Montero recently being placed on waivers by Seattle, the trade looks like a steal for New York and Pineda...
A key for the Yankees in 2016 will be Michael Pineda. He’s shown flashes of tantalizing upside, and could be on New York’s list of most valuable pitchers. But Pineda has yet to put it all together over a full season. You likely remember May 10, which was the date of Pineda’s monstrous 16 strikeout outing. You may also recall June 22, when Pineda gave up eight runs over 3.1...
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