5:13 PM EST, Sun March 07, 2021
Pinstripe Alley 3 hours ago
Yankees Social Media Spotlight: Players are excited to see fans in the stands

Yankees Social Media Spotlight: Players are excited to see fans in the stands

Photo by Sean M. Haffey/ Judge and Torres are excited to see fans in the seats; Jameson Taillon is happy to be in pinstripes; Aaron Boone thanks everyone for their support. We have kept you posted on what the Yankees have been up to on social media ever since baseball shut down last March. We are one step closer to the new baseball season as the first week of spring training games are in the books. Here’s your weekly update on what your favorite Yankees have been doing on social media! Players excited to be back in front of fans The Yankees haven’t played a game...
Pinstripe Alley 9 hours ago
Jameson Taillon’s new delivery should keep him on the field

Jameson Taillon’s new delivery should keep him on the field

Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports A shorter arm path and more action in the legs will take stress off a battle-damaged elbow. Joints are funny things, one of nature’s little jokes. Our knees support virtually our entire weight, and yet there are so many ways they can fall apart. You probably never even think about your hips until you’re either breaking in new jeans, or you strain one. Then, all of a sudden, every movement hurts. And of course there’s the elbow, whose fragility torments pitchers at every level of baseball. Even medical advancements like Tommy John...
Pinstripe Alley 17 hours ago
NYY News: Jamo impresses against Buccos

NYY News: Jamo impresses against Buccos

Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports Jameson Taillon dazzles against his former team; Players “shocked” by Aaron Boone’s quick recovery; Brian Cashman impressed by Gleyber Torres. MLB.com | Bryan Hoch: Jameson Taillon hurled two scoreless innings for the Yankees on Saturday against the Pirates, who traded him to New York over the offseason. He allowed a pair of hits over his 39-pitch effort, while striking out four. “His fastball was really sharp, and his breaking pitches were also sharp,” catcher Kyle Higashioka said. “He commanded both sides of the plate and...
Yankees’ Jameson Taillon pitches two scoreless innings in first spring start

Yankees’ Jameson Taillon pitches two scoreless innings in first spring start

Jameson Taillon has spent more than his fair share of time in Bradenton, Fla.
Pinstripe Alley 23 hours ago
Yankees 2, Pirates 3: Jameson bleeping Taillon

Yankees 2, Pirates 3: Jameson bleeping Taillon

Nathan Ray Seebeck-USA TODAY Sports The Yankee righty looked great in his second outing of the spring, and I’m slowly going all-in on him. The Yankees dropped their seven-inning contest with the Pirates 3-2 Saturday afternoon, but there were a range of positives concerning the possible No. 2 in the rotation, and the race for the last bench spot stayed hot. I am starting to giggle when I think about Jameson Taillon. I’ll have quite a bit more on his mechanical changes tomorrow, but Taillon, through three innings this spring, looks legitimate. He struck out the first...
Pinstripe Alley Mar 6, 2021
New York Yankees @ Pittsburgh Pirates: Taillon’s revenge

New York Yankees @ Pittsburgh Pirates: Taillon’s revenge

Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports After a winter trade, Jameson gets his first start-ish, against his former club The two things I was looking forward to this spring were previews of new Yankees Jameson Taillon and Corey Kluber. Both got their first work in earlier this week, and today, Taillon will get his first real start as a Yankee, working an exhibition match against his former club. You’ll remember Jameson threw seven pitches on Monday, including a strikeout on a great curveball down out of the zone. Hopefully, we’ll see more than those seven pitches today, and...
Pinstripe Alley Mar 4, 2021
PSA Podcast Ep. 118: Gardy Returns, Exhibitions Begin

PSA Podcast Ep. 118: Gardy Returns, Exhibitions Begin

Photo by Cliff Welch/Icon Sportswire via The PSA Podcast catches up on some hot Grapefruit League action. Now that the Grapefruit League has begun, there is actually some vaguely real Yankees baseball to watch! Fully aware of the goofiness of the extremely small number of games, we talk about what we’ve liked so far from Gary Sánchez and Jameson Taillon, why Tom was correct on Gerrit Cole working with Sánchez, Clarke Schmidt’s elbow strain, and hit-by-pitch maverick Derek Dietrich popping up as a non-roster invitee. Brett Gardner also re-signed in the time since...
Yankees Notebook: Jameson Taillon makes long-awaited return to the mound

Yankees Notebook: Jameson Taillon makes long-awaited return to the mound

Jameson Taillon was finally back where he has always felt the best.
Newsday Mar 1, 2021

Yankees righthander Jameson Taillon has a good first day of pitching as he continues return from Tommy John surgery

Jameson Taillon needed only seven pitches to get out of the second inning as he continues his return from Tommy John surgery.
Pinstripe Alley Mar 1, 2021
New York Yankees vs. Detroit Tigers: Gerrit Cole’s first spring start

New York Yankees vs. Detroit Tigers: Gerrit Cole’s first spring start

Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports A pair of former Pirates are slated to throw against the Tigers After yesterday’s exhibition opener, the pinstripes are put away until Opening Day, but the Yankees are still the home team Monday afternoon, taking on the Detroit Tigers at George Steinbrenner Field in another pre-arranged seven inning game. I’m looking forward to this game more than the one yesterday purely because of the guys scheduled to pitch. Gerrit Cole gets his first work in of the spring, and following him, manager Aaron Boone has tapped new Yankee Jameson Taillon....
Call to the Pen Feb 27, 2021

New York Yankees: Is Jameson Taillon next to realize potential?

Is Jameson Taillon next? Is Jameson Taillon the next highly-touted Pittsburgh Pirate to realize his potential after he’s traded? Is Jameson Taillon the next Gerrit Cole? The next Tyler Glasnow? The New York Yankees sure hope so. Last month the Yankees shipped four minor leaguers to the Pirates in exchange for Taillon – the former top prospect and […] New York Yankees: Is Jameson Taillon next to realize potential? - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Newsday Feb 24, 2021

Aaron Boone likes Jameson Taillon's crisp finish to sim game

"I thought he started out a little bit slow, and I really liked how he finished," the Yankees manager said about the righthander.
Jameson Taillon’s parents still ask him for updates: ‘They wanted to know I’m making friends’

Jameson Taillon’s parents still ask him for updates: ‘They wanted to know I’m making friends’

You can excuse Taillon’s family and friends for being a little protective as he made his transition from the Pirates to the Yankees, who traded for him last month.
Pinstripe Alley Feb 18, 2021
How the Yankees’ rotation compares to the rest of the American League contenders

How the Yankees’ rotation compares to the rest of the American League contenders

Photo by Christian Petersen/ There is a very competent rotation in the Bronx right now. Is it the best in the junior circuit? The Yankees lost three-fifths of their rotation when free agency started, and they didn’t retain any of them: J.A. Happ went to the Minnesota Twins, Masahiro Tanaka flew back to Japan, and James Paxton ended up joining the Seattle Mariners. Yet, in a short period of time, general manager Brian Cashman managed to put together one of the most interesting rotations in the American League by adding Corey Kluber via free agency and Jameson Taillon...

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