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Newsday Sep 28, 2014

Michael Pineda's durability among question marks for Yankees in 2015

With all of the Derek Jeter hoopla, it has been hard for the Yankees to look ahead to 2015.
Full Count | WEEI Sep 28, 2014

Sunday’s Red Sox-Yankees matchups: Clay Buchholz vs. Michael Pineda

The Red Sox conclude their 2014 season at Fenway Park on Sunday afternoon against the rival Yankees. Clay Buchholz will pitch against Michael Pineda during Derek Jeter‘s last-ever game in the major leagues. Buchholz (8-10, 5.31 ERA) has been resurgent of late, and is looking to gear up for next season. For seven innings last […]
Newark Star-Ledger Sep 23, 2014

Yankees' Michael Pineda fine without pine tar despite cool air

Says he hasn't used the stuff since getting caught with it in April

Dominant Pineda escapes sticky situation

NEW YORK -- On Tuesday, it will have been exactly five months since he became Michael PINEda. The infamous Pine Tar game occurred at Fenway on April 23rd. On the 53 degree night, Pineda need a make-up artist to conceal his pine tar, but instead got thrown out of the game. Embarrassed, suspended and eventually hurt, Pineda would miss months. But look at him now. Pineda pitched another gem Monday against the Orioles, going 7 1/3 scoreless innings, allowing just a hit and a walk.

Pineda terrific as Jeter’s resurgent farewell continues

Tonight was Michael Pineda’s game. It just happened to come during Derek Jeter’s home stand. Pineda was terrific, but Jeter continued his resurgent final stint at Yankee Stadium by driving in three runs for the first time this season in a 5-0 win against the Orioles. Jeter now has nine hits, four of them for […] The post Pineda terrific as Jeter’s resurgent farewell continues appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.

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