Yankees Morning Bits: Cano, Vlad, Lohse, Hughes, Nunez, and Mesa 1

Melky Mesa

The Yankees lost 10-5 to the Phillies yesterday.

• Robinson Cano wants to “focus on baseball” but said that contract talks are always on his mind.

• Vladimir Guerrero is attempting a comeback, but the Yankees are not interested.

• Still no interest in Kyle Lohse by the Yankees (why do they keep asking?).

• Phil Hughes might finally start pitching again on Sunday.

• The Yankees have changed Eduardo Nunez‘s throwing motion to try to cut down on errors.

• Melky Mesa has changed his mind and will skip the WBC after all.


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One thought on “Yankees Morning Bits: Cano, Vlad, Lohse, Hughes, Nunez, and Mesa

  • Michael R.

    I think it's great they are shortening Nunez's throwing motion but that's only one half of his problem. The glove is the other half. Let's hope they can work out that problem as well because they need his bat somewhere in the lineup.
    About time Mesa smartened up. That decision I think is termed "a no-brainer."

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