El Duque to mentor at minor league complex

El Duque

Jorge Posada and Andy Pettitte aren’t the only former players to come to camp.

Orlando “El Duque” Hernandez will re-join the Yankees and will be a minor league Spring Training pitching instructor. Hernandez told ESPN New York on Tuesday he was planning on spending the next couple of weeks at the minor league camp to help the young pitching prospects.

Hernandez played a key part in the World Series run from 1998-2000, going 8-1 in the postseason. His overall record in the playoffs is 9-3.

Some Notes

— It’s a fairly quiet day for the Yankees as they prepare for the first night game of Spring Training. As a matter of fact, it’s so quiet, none of the pitchers threw a bullpen session. As a result, Mark Teixeira won’t face any live hitting until tomorrow.


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One Response to El Duque to mentor at minor league complex

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    This is great news! The minor league players will definitely learn a lot form him. Lucky for them they get to be taught and trained by a superb player.

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