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Says his goal is 200 IP.
Big Mike is looking very Big.
He stole his first base since September 10, 2014.
His last 45 pitchers have been part of 7 plate appearances which had 4 strikeouts, 3 walks, and no balls in play.
Edit: A single by Josh Donaldson on Tanaka's 59th pitch ended a streak of 49 consecutive pitches not hit in play.
Edit again: Going back to last year, tonight is his third consecutive no decision.
I'm looking forward to A-Rod leading this team into the playoffs once again. A-Rod is a true leader, moral beacon, and indubitably a source of knowledge and guidance for younger players. In fact, you could say that without A-Rod, this team truly would have no chance to win. A-Rod doesn't just help the team as one among the necessary 25 players, but transcends and propels the team metaphysically into victory, by the sheer force of his material impact on history as it unfolds teleologically. ...
Can't believe there's no thread for him yet. (Though he's already been named Team Bitch once!)
I thought I might as well start it off with these two tweets:
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">"The last time I checked, I'm not God," Joe Girardi said today. <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/ContextFreeQuotes?src=hash">#ContextFreeQuotes</a></p>— Jared Diamond (@jareddiamond) <a...
Starting to play better and great steal of home last night!
a save by the USA for a Cuban defector ...
Aroldis Chapman officially becomes U.S. Citizen
After defecting from Cuba, Chapman has been one of the best relievers in MLB
Felt bad for the kid today - between Ellsbury's gaffe, Romine's lousy pitch calling, and silent Yankee bats, he deserved a better fate than the box score will show.
i like him, i really do, but sometimes his baseball IQ makes me HATE him
I'm sure Rothschild is going to fix him any day now.
Doesn't have his own thread yet?
Well, that was a refreshing turn of events.
Only 4 years to go after this one! :)
He was called up yesterday when Branden Pinder went on the disabled list. http://www.baseball-reference.com/players/g/goodyni01.shtml has Goody's statistics from 7 MLB games last year. http://www.baseball-reference.com/register/player.cgi?id=goody-000nic has his minor league statistics.
Another major injury. Nick Rumbelow needs TJ surgery.
Originally Posted by groundhoggator
Here is the official 40 man roster (a/o 4/22/2016)
Players on 2015 40 man roster
Active Roster = Bold - on 25 man roster
* = on 15 day DL
+ = on 60 day DL
Nice to see the notoriously slow starting Tex off to a nice start. Just hit HR #2 in game 3, an opposite field 3 run dinger.
So funny to watch him bust out of the box. Mouth breather!
Today he is our starting catcher for the first time since September 12, 2014 in Game 2 of a doubleheader that the Yankees lost 5-0 at Baltimore.
That didn't take long...
He got his first career win.
Barbato/Shreve make this the best pen we've probably ever had. That being said, our three best players are relievers. That roster construction.
Wasn't sure where to put this article, but it's interesting for its contrasting of the Rays' and Yankees' pitching philosophy
He had the Yankees' first quality start of the season.
http://m.yankees.mlb.com/news/article/172696970/yankees-continue-to-juggle-their-bullpen-arms says he's promoted. http://www.baseball-reference.com/players/p/pindebr01.shtml has his statistics from last year.
Today he gets his tenth career game and first career start.
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