Michael Pineda Injury UpdateUp to the minute news and rumors on Michael Pineda's injury
It's been more than two years since the Yankees dealt their top prospect for Michael Pineda, yet his next official pitch in pinstripes will be his first. After two frustrating seasons following shoulder surgery, Pineda took his first step toward redemption Friday night, throwing a pair of scoreless innings against the Tigers in his spring debut at George M.
It had been nearly two years since Michael Pineda stood on the mound at Steinbrenner Field, and in 2012, it was a memorable night for all the wrong reasons. He left with a shoulder injury that has prevented him from throwing a regular-season pitch for the Yankees.
The Yankees Hot Stove crew discuss the 2014 Yankees starting five and if Michael Pineda can bounce back from injury.
TAMPA — Michael Pineda hasn’t pitched in the majors since September 2011. Since then, he was traded from Seattle to the Yankees, showed up overweight, had shoulder surgery and become...
Joe Girardi answers fan questions about his plans for replacing Derek Jeter and how Michael Pineda will fit into Yankees rotation.
Joe Girardi talks about the news that Derek Jeter aggravated his injury and the return of Michael Pineda following Tommy John surgery.