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Aug 30, 2014
Rotoworld
Michael Pineda gave up two runs over six innings in a loss to the Blue Jays on Saturday.
Aug 26, 2014
KFFL
New York Yankees SP Michael Pineda looked really good in his win over the Kansas ...
New York Daily News Aug 30, 2014
Yankees Insider: Useless bats leave Michael Pineda with loss

Yankees Insider: Useless bats leave Michael Pineda with loss

Michael Pineda gave the Yankees another solid performance on Saturday, but one early mistake doomed him to his first loss since April 23.
New York Post Aug 30, 2014

Hanging slider in first inning costly for Michael Pineda

TORONTO — One mistake by Michael Pineda was all it took to absorb a 2-0 loss to the Blue Jays on Saturday at Rogers Centre. A 0-2 slider to Jose...
Rotoworld Aug 30, 2014

Pineda gives up two runs in loss to Jays - Michael Pineda (S) New York Yankees

Michael Pineda gave up two runs over six innings in a loss to the Blue Jays on Saturday.
River Ave. Blues Aug 30, 2014

Game 134: Big Mike in Toronto

Michael Pineda made his first start of the season (and as a Yankee!) in Toronto back in April, and today he’ll face the Blue Jays again, in his eighth start of the season. Pineda held the Jays to one run in six innings in his first start, though that was a really long time ago. […]Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blogGame 134: Big Mike in Toronto The post Game 134: Big Mike in Toronto appeared first on River Avenue Blues.

Montero in ice cream sandwich fight

Jesus Montero to Michael Pineda: You gave us the Pine Tar birthmark, I'll raise you one ice cream sandwich fight. First a little background: Montero, who was traded by the Yankees for Pineda in January, 2011, has had issues with his weight. He reported to spring training so out of shape his stock with the Mariners has plummeted to the point where he has played in one fewer major league game this season than the the injury-plagued Pineda. He is no longer a catcher.
Seattle Times Aug 27, 2014
Mariners shut out Texas, 5-0

Mariners shut out Texas, 5-0

James Paxton throws 62/3 scoreless innings and Danny Farquhar finishes up final 21/3 innings.
Newsday Aug 26, 2014

Carlos Beltran emerges as Michael Pineda's biggest supporter

When Michael Pineda came off the disabled list Aug. 13, veteran Carlos Beltran made a point to pull the young righthander aside for a quick talk.
KFFL Aug 26, 2014

Yankees | Michael Pineda looks good in win

New York Yankees SP Michael Pineda looked really good in his win over the Kansas ...

Pineda: “I feel like I have good power in my arm”

Just got into my Detroit hotel after missing Monday’s makeup game in Kansas City, so we’ll start this day with the AP story from last night. Here’s Dave Skretta: KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Michael Pineda kept throwing strikes. The Royals kept taking them, trying in vain to drive his pitch count up. When Yankees […] The post Pineda: “I feel like I have good power in my arm” appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.

Pineda propels Yankees to fifth straight win

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- On a sweltering night, with a 265-pound pitcher on the mound, the Kansas City Royals hatched a strategy that still seems sound even though it blew up in their face. Make Michael Pineda work. Make the big guy sweat. This was just his third start since April and he was bound to tire quickly and force Joe Girardi to reach into the New York Yankees bullpen sooner than he hoped. But throwing first-pitch strikes through 6 1/3 innings and commanding a variety of pitches, the right-hander gave up only five hits and one run.
New York Post Aug 25, 2014

Pineda strong again as Yankees roll to fifth straight win

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Is Michael Pineda delivering the ultimate tease or can he be trusted to pitch meaningful games in September? The way Pineda has pitched since coming back...
Newsday Aug 25, 2014

Michael Pineda, three HRs lift surging Yanks to fifth win in row

Look who might not be dead after all.
Newsday Aug 21, 2014

Michael Pineda just being himself -- and that's pretty good right now

Michael Pineda shook his elbow. He started stretching his neck and shoulder. Then he wiggled his elbow once more.
River Ave. Blues Aug 20, 2014

Game 124: Big Mike returns to the Bronx

For the first time since April 16th, 109 games ago, Michael Pineda will start for the Yankees in Yankee Stadium. He last start before hurting his back/shoulder came in Fenway Park and his first start off the disabled list came in Camden Yards. This will be his third career start in the Bronx. He’s only […]Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blogGame 124: Big Mike returns to the Bronx The post Game 124: Big Mike returns to the Bronx appeared first on River Avenue Blues.

Pineda to make Bronx return Wednesday

NEW YORK -- The most recent time Michael Pineda started a game at Yankee Stadium, he was pitching for the first-place New York Yankees. The most recent time Pineda started in the Bronx, Alfonso Soriano was his cleanup hitter, Scott Sizemore was his third baseman and the Yankees' opening day rotation was still intact. Michael Pineda #35 SPNew York Yankees 2014 STATS GM5 W2 L2 BB3 K19 ERA1.82 Not to say it's been a long time, but the most recent time Pineda started a Yankee home game, Carlos Beltran (1.

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