New York Post "Pitching has been the reason the Yankees have thrived into the middle of the season’s second month, even with Andy Pettitte, Ivan Nova and Joba Chamberlain on the disabled list. There is the possibility the staff could get stronger if Michael Pineda continues to progress. “He threw great,..." May 24
Michael Pineda threw one inning of a sim game today; used fastball, slider, changeup. "I was happy with what I saw," Girardi said. #Yankees
New York Post "So far, the only solace the Yankees can take from trading Jesus Montero to Seattle for Michael Pineda is Montero has not lived up to expectations, either. But Pineda — still rehabbing from last year’s shoulder surgery — is confident he will not only pitch in The Bronx this season but return to..." April 21
New York Post "The sky was overcast. The stands at George M. Steinbrenner Field were empty. The general inactivity was such that you could hear cars zooming past on Dale Mabry Boulevard not far beyond the right-field fence. The only two players on the field — Michael Pineda and Cesar Cabral — were playing..." February 15
New York Daily News "Spring training is barely underway and yet so much of the talk already here is about 2014 and beyond. Specifically, how is Brian Cashman going to get such a top-heavy payroll under $189 million and still field a championship-caliber team? When Cashman mapped out such a plan a year ago, he was..." February 15
Michael Pineda says he's lost about 20 pounds. Says it was a mistake to come into camp at 280 last spring.
Michael Pineda says his shoulder feels strong, expects to be the same pitcher he was with Seattle. Best case is MLB-ready by May/June.
Pinstriped Bible "It seems a little like the only news we've heard about Michael Pineda since he became a member of the New York Yankees has been negative. His velocity was down, his labrum was torn, he got caught stupidly driving under the influence -- not really an auspicious beginning in a city that can be..." February 07