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New York Post May 22, 2016

Michael Pineda back from brink, but that’s about it

OAKLAND, Calif. — While the Yankees never publicly admitted it, they had to wonder how long they could stick with Michael Pineda in the rotation. Struggles from the stretch and with the slider hounded the right-hander for most of the season and especially as he was punished in his previous two starts. Those concerns weren’t...
New York Post May 22, 2016

Two Yankees problems become solutions in 5th straight win

OAKLAND, Calif. — Raise an eyebrow and shake your head at the Yankees sweeping four games from the rapidly fading A’s if you want. After the way the Yankees played for the first five weeks of the season, it’s easy to ignore taking advantage of a team that is wounded and wasn’t very good before...
Newark Star-Ledger May 22, 2016

How awful has Yankees' Michael Pineda been? Not as bad as you think

Right-hander is predicting he'll make fewer mistake pitches in his start Sunday in Oakland.
Newark Star-Ledger May 18, 2016

How Yankees pitching coach Larry Rothschild plans to fix Michael Pineda

The righty's ERA is up to 6.60 after his latest bad outing.
River Ave. Blues May 18, 2016

Once expected to be a solution, Pineda is now just another part of the problem

Remember back a few years after the Jesus Montero-for-Michael Pineda trade, when there was that big rush to declare a winner? Pineda blew out his shoulder and Montero had a decent year in 2012, so the Mariners won the trade. Then Montero faded and Pineda returned with a vengeance in 2014, so the Yankees won […] The post Once expected to be a solution, Pineda is now just another part of the problem appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
Newark Star-Ledger May 18, 2016

Michael Pineda flops again, Yankees lose again | Rapid reaction

It might be turn for Yankees to look into dumping the struggling righty from the rotation.
New York Post May 18, 2016

Yankees coaches sound fed up with Pineda after latest disaster

PHOENIX — The alarm has gone off concerning Michael Pineda’s miserable season. “It’s easy to say it will turn, but it’s been too long,’’ pitching coach Larry Rothschild said following Pineda’s latest lousy outing Tuesday night at Chase Field, where the Diamondbacks hung a 5-3 loss on the right-hander in front of 30,913. “We are...
New York Post May 17, 2016

Tanaka’s alarming rest trend is last thing Yankees needed

PHOENIX — CC Sabathia has been on the disabled list since his best start of the season. Luis Severino pitched poorly and then joined Sabathia on the shelf. Ivan Nova took Sabathia’s spot in the rotation and has been OK. Nathan Eovaldi has been up and down and Michael Pineda has been awful. With that...
Newark Star-Ledger May 12, 2016

When will Yankees stop believing in Michael Pineda's potential?

Over the last calendar year, Michael Pineda has been awful. But the Yankees still see him s a front line starter.
Newark Star-Ledger May 12, 2016

Yankees' Michael Pineda continues to be undone by 1st inning issues

Yankees starter Michael Pineda now owns a 15.43 ERA in the first inning this season.
Newark Star-Ledger May 12, 2016
Michael Pineda's dud costs Yankees in 7-3 loss to Royals | Rapid reaction

Michael Pineda's dud costs Yankees in 7-3 loss to Royals | Rapid reaction

Michael Pineda's season-long issues continued in a 7-3 loss to the Royals.
New York Post May 11, 2016

Numbers don’t lie: Yankees’ Pineda belief is nonsense

Since the day Michael Pineda arrived from the Mariners, the Yankees have been waiting for him to travel from an inexperienced youngster with a filthy slider to a front-of-the-rotation arm. Now, four years later, when the Yankees need Pineda the most, the towering right-hander has come up small. Forget the ability to strike out hitters....
New York Post May 11, 2016

Michael Pineda gets hammered as Yanks get back to losing

After another disastrous first inning for Michael Pineda, the Yankee starter, his manager and teammates pointed to one undeniable fact. His first innings are awful. But get beyond that first inning, they maintained, and Pineda has been pretty good. Sort of like claiming if it were not for a brush with an iceberg, the maiden...
New York Post May 7, 2016

Aaron Hicks blasts himself free of Michael Pineda’s wrath

Michael Pineda did what so many people in the seats at Yankee Stadium have done this season while watching Aaron Hicks, what so many Yankees fans have done in living rooms and bars and everywhere else that the outfielder’s struggles could be seen. Pineda could not hide his angst, raising his arms in frustration as...
New York Post May 7, 2016

How friendly (or angry) Yankee Stadium will be rests on homestand

“Hopefully the road’s good for us. Sometimes that can turn you around.” Who said this and when? A) Christopher Columbus, 1492 B) Clark Griswold (Chevy Chase) in “National Lampoon’s Vacation,” 1983 C) Joe Girardi, April 24, 2016, after the Yankees’ 8-1 loss to the Rays concluded a 3-6 homestand and sent them off on a...

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