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NYY News: Avoiding a worst-case scenario

NYY News: Avoiding a worst-case scenario

Photo by Sarah Stier/ Schmidt is “relieved but disappointed” with injury; LeMahieu not satisfied with personal results; Yankees fueled by near misses in past seasons; Boone wants to move on from Astros scandal; Roy White’s case for a Monument Park plaque NY Daily News | Kristie Ackert: It’s never a good thing to have to deal with injuries, but as far as Clarke Schmidt’s prognosis goes it appears the pitcher got the best outcome available. Schmidt will be sidelined for three-to-four weeks with pain in his elbow — an injury that will all but guarantee that he...
Pinstripe Alley Feb 26, 2021
Yankees Mailbag: The pitching market, Mike Tauchman, and the lineup order

Yankees Mailbag: The pitching market, Mike Tauchman, and the lineup order

Photo by Sarah Stier/ Answering the latest of your questions in this week’s mailbag. Good morning everyone, let’s open the mailbag up for more of your Yankees questions. Remember to send in your questions for our weekly call by e-mail to pinstripealleyblog [at] gmail [dot] com. Chuck asks: With likely more pitching injuries coming (Clarke Schmidt), were there any other free agent pitchers still available that could have been scooped up for Gardner money? Realistically, I’m sure there are a handful of pitchers that the Yankees could’ve signed with the money that...
Pinstripe Alley Feb 24, 2021
The Yankees have talented arms looking to break out at the lower levels

The Yankees have talented arms looking to break out at the lower levels

Photo by Rich Schultz/ As a talented wave of Yankees pitching prospects heads towards the majors a new group of young pitchers is looking to establish themselves as serious prospects. For several years now, the Yankees system has been known for its collection of power arms in the minor league system. As those players such as Luis Medina, Luis Gil and Clarke Schmidt have move through the upper levels, the Yankees will need new players to develop and position themselves to become the next wave of Yankees pitching prospects. Let’s take a look at the arms that the...
Pinstripe Alley Feb 23, 2021
NYY news: Bombers suffer first injury blow of 2021

NYY news: Bombers suffer first injury blow of 2021

Photo by Sarah Stier/ Clarke Schmidt out with an elbow injury; Luis Severino keeps progressing, and weighs in on Kevin Mather; Montgomery draws praise from Boone; Cole will start on Opening Day ESPN | Marly Rivera: The Yankees’ pitching depth received its first blow of the season, after manager Aaron Boone revealed on Monday that Clarke Schmidt will be sidelined for the next three to four weeks as he recovers from an elbow issue. The injury is on the “common extensor” tendon, in the interior side of the right elbow. The pitcher had an MRI last weekend. Schmidt,...
Yankees first injury of year: Clarke Schmidt diagnosed with strained elbow tendon, will miss start of 2021 season

Yankees first injury of year: Clarke Schmidt diagnosed with strained elbow tendon, will miss start of 2021 season

The Yankees did not get through the first week of pitchers and catchers without an injury striking.
Pinstripe Alley Feb 22, 2021
Clarke Schmidt shut down for a month due to elbow injury

Clarke Schmidt shut down for a month due to elbow injury

Photo by Sarah Stier/ The first injury of the spring has hit, and a pitching prospect bore the brunt. Just days after pitchers and catchers reported to Yankees spring training, the team experienced its first injury. It’s not quite as dire as Luis Severino needing Tommy John surgery not long after coming to camp last year, but it’s not exactly something that Aaron Boone can immediately write off, either. Boone told reporters on Monday that right-hander Clarke Schmidt will have to be shut down for three to four weeks after suffering a common extensor strain in his...

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