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Preston Claiborne cut from Yankees camp a day after giving up six runs

Preston-Claiborne

Preston Claiborne wasn't a lock to make the bullpen, but after the season he had last year, he had a legitimate shot to make the roster. That was before he gave up nine runs, including six runs without recording an out yesterday. “With what he did last year, we thought that he would have a really good ...

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Girardi uses nine relievers in 6-0 loss to Phillies

New York Yankees David Robertson

Nine relief pitchers came out of the Yankees bullpen with Joe Girardi using the old 'Johnny Wholestaff' routine, but the Yankees were unable to come away with the victory as they were shutout 6-0 by the Philadelphia Phillies at George M. Steinbrenner Field. The Yankees had nine hits on the night but they were unable to ...

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Michael Pineda now has a job to do

New York Yankees starter Michael Pineda

Joe Girardi knew for quite some time Michael Pineda was going to be the fifth starter in the rotation, especially with his dominant Spring outings, but now that Pineda has the job locked up, the road to a comeback begins. "He threw extremely well,” Girardi said. “It was what we wanted to see from him. He ...

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With fifth starter competition over on Tuesday, all signs point to Pineda

New York Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda

Spring Training is usually a time of year where pitchers and position players sharpen their skills before the regular season, along with competitions for various open spots on the team. While most competitions this spring usually have to do with a backup role, the competition to watch in Yankees camp was who was going to ...

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While some questions are answered, others still remain

MLB: Spring Training-Toronto Blue Jays at New York Yankees

The Yankees break from camp in 10 days and there have been answers to many of the questions that occurred in the beginning of Spring Training. We're aware of how Masahiro Tanaka will adjust to the Major Leagues, we know how the outfield will look for the next few years (although Jacoby Ellsbury is battling a ...

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Nuno dazzles, but Yanks fall to Orioles 2-1

Vidal Nuno

Vidal Nuno continued to make a strong case for a spot on the Yankees roster by dazzling his opponents, but ultimately the Yankees fell to the Orioles 2-1 at Ed Smith Stadium. Nuno pitched four scoreless innings against the Orioles, leaving them hitless through three before allowing a base hit to Chris Davis with two outs ...

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Phelps solid, Banuelos struggles as Yanks fall 7-3 to Twins

New York Yankees relief pitcher David Phelps

David Phelps had a solid outing, but the game got away from the Yankees in the sixth inning as they fell to the Twins 7-3 at George M Steinbrenner Field. David Phelps went four innings giving up two runs on five hits while striking out four and allowing one home run. Phelps was slated to go ...

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Yankees bullpen could have homegrown talent this season

New York Yankees David Phelps

During the offseason, the Yankees spent approximately half a billion dollars to revamp their ball club for the 2014 season. Only one of their acquisitions was for the Yankees bullpen; lefty Matt Thornton. Brian Cashman was adamant the Yankees weren't going to look into the free agent market in order to search for bullpen help, ...

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