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Yankees just sent the following update on Ivan Nova. Sounds like Tommy John will be the next step: Under the supervision of Yankees Team Physician Dr. Christopher Ahmad, RHP Ivan Nova underwent an MRI arthrogram today at NewYork Presbyterian Hospital in Manhattan. Results of the exam confirmed the original diagnosis of a partial tear of […]The post Surgery recommended for Nova appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
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Ivan Nova is likely headed for season-ending Tommy John surgery. A second opinion on the Yankees pitcher’s partially torn ulnar collateral ligament confirmed the original diagnosis and surgery was recommended for the 27-year-old right-hander.
Yankees tell Ivan Nova he should get surgery on hurt elbow
Further tests confirmed Nova has a partially torn ulnar collateral ligament on his right elbow
Yankees manager Joe Girardi discusses New York's series with Tampa Bay where the Bombers went 2-2 for the weekend.
In Meredith Marakovits' clubhouse report, she discusses Yankees' pitcher Ivan Nova's elbow injury.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Just one game, of course, but the Yankees’ 12-inning, 5-1 victory over the Rays on Sunday at Tropicana Field, ending a two-game losing streak, provided another...
Nuno tosses five scoreless innings
Teixeira went 2-for-6 with two strikeouts in the Yankees' win over the Rays.
The Yankees have optioned Bryan Mitchell to Double-A. No corresponding move has been made yet. The Yankees could move Ivan Nova to the 60-day DL today if he and the team doctors decide he needs Tommy John surgery. That would create a 40-man roster spot for the club.
In a game stalemated through four hours and 11 innings Sunday, two key calls overturned by baseball's new replay system played a large role in the Yankees' 5-1 win over the Rays.
Dean Anna is the backup to Derek Jeter. He’s the guy who was picked to pitch in a blowout yesterday, and he was not supposed to be in the lineup today. The Rays would obviously rather pitch to him with the bases loaded than face Jacoby Ellsbury with runners at the corners. “I kind of […]The post Postgame notes: “That was a moment, right there” appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- If you didn't know better, you might be tempted to believe Joe Maddon thought Dean Anna really was a pitcher. After all, the last time Maddon saw him, Anna was inducing David DeJesus to pop up a 55-mph nothingball to end the eighth inning of Saturday night's 16-1 Rays blowout of the Yankees. So now, here was the same guy, all (a listed) 5-foot-11 and 180 pounds of him, in the on-deck circle as Jacoby Ellsbury stepped into the batter's box with runners at first and third and two outs in the top of the 12th inning of a 1-1 game.
St. PETERSBURG -- Brett Gardner doesn't hit many home runs, but when the final tally on his career is added up, it will show one fewer home run than he should have had. Gardner was victimized twice in the fourth inning of Sunday's 5-1 Yankees win over the Tampa Bay Rays, first by the acting job of right-fielder Wil Myers, who pretended he caught Gardner's drive to the top of the wall when he really trapped it on a carom, and again by first-base umpire Rob Drake, who called Gardner out when he should have treated the play as a live ball, which is what it was.
YANKEES (10-8) Jacoby Ellsbury CF Derek Jeter SS Carlos Beltran RF Alfonso Soriano DH Mark Teixeira 1B Yangervis Solarte 3B Brett Gardner LF Brian Roberts 2B John Ryan Murphy C LHP Vidal Nuno (0-0, 14.54) Nuno vs. Rays RAYS (9-9) Sean Rodriguez LF Ben Zobrist DH Logan Forsythe 2B Evan Longoria 3B Wil Myers RF […]The post Game 19: Yankees at Rays appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
Less than 48 hours ago, the Yankees were sitting pretty. They’d just won three of four against the Red Sox, swept a doubleheader against the Cubs, beaten David Price in the Rays series opener, and taken an early four-run lead on Friday. Since then, things had unraveled in a big way, and the Yankees badly […]The post Yankees rally late to salvage series split against Rays appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
St. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- The Yankees can take this one and run with it, a marathon of a game decided after 4-1/2 hours by a walk. After blowing a lead on Friday, and getting blown out on Saturday, the Yankees will take it heading into a three-game series at Fenway with the Red Sox. They overcame three errors, some questionable managerial strategy, at least one head-scratching call by the umpires, and five-inning hitting drought to outlast the Rays, 5-1, in this Easter Sunday Eggstravaganza.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Yankees right-hander Ivan Nova has been diagnosed with a serious elbow injury, the Yankees announced Sunday morning, putting him in jeopardy of requiring season-ending surgery. Nova,...
Shortstop Dean Anna pitched for the Yanks - the first time he's pitched since he was 11
Orioles and Boston Red Sox in midst of key four-game series at Fenway Park, while Tampa Bay Rays and New York Yankees wrapped up four-game series Sunday at Tropicana FieldThe Orioles and Boston Red Sox are embroiled in an intense four-game series at Fenway Park, while the Tampa Bay Rays spent Friday and Saturday pounding the New York Yankees.
Yankees' Ivan Nova diagnosed with partially torn ulnar collateral ligament, Tommy John surgery possible
Nova was placed on the 15-day disabled list and will be further evaluated in New York Monday
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Dean Anna is a shortstop by trade and a ballplayer by nature, but he hadn't thrown a pitch, he figured, since he was an 11-year-old Little Leaguer back in Harvey, Ill. So when New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi told him Saturday night that he was his eighth-inning guy, Anna wasn't quite sure what to think. Or to feel. Anna knew it wasn't an opportunity, or an honor, since the Yankees were in the midst of being crushed, 16-1, by the Tampa Bay Rays -- although the score was a mere 14-1 when Anna got the call.
Saturday night's unexpected pitcher was Sunday's unexpected hero.