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Tag Archives: Bartolo Colon
The Yankees foolishly sent Ivan Nova down to the minors in July only to recall him a few weeks later when they realized that he needed to be in their starting rotation. Since the end of July when he was recalled the Yankees have mostly gone with a 6-man rotation. They don't want to stick ...
Via Chad Jenning of the Journal News: “Obviously we’re trying to take precautions and give him extra rest,” Girardi said [when asked if he was concerned with Bartolo Colon's durablity]. “That is something that we’re trying to do. He had the one bad inning that really cost us (last night), but it’s something ...
The Yankees feel that Bartolo Colon's hamstring is not a problem and expect him to pitch again on Tuesday the next time his spot comes around, according to Mark Feinsand of the NY Daily News. Yankees manager Joe Girardi spoke with Colon about the issue and was told that he felt no pain in the ...
Via Chad Jennings of the Journal News: [Bartolo Colon] has told the Yankees that he has recovered from a strained left hamstring, and he’s told them he’s healthy enough to pitch, but tonight he admitted that he doesn’t trust the muscle to hold up on every movement and every pitch. He’s tentative ...
Bartolo Colon made the worst start of the season by any Yankee starter Thursday night as he allowed eight runs, only three earned, on six hits, two walks, and no strikeouts as he got just two outs before he left the game. The Yankees went on to lose the game 16-7 in the first ...
After the Yankees continued to embarrass the National League tonight, manager Joe Girardi announced the Bartolo Colon will be starting on Saturday against the Mets. Colon went on the DL a little over two weeks ago for a strained left hamstring making this a fairly quick recovery. The Yankees apparently put him through a series ...
Via Wallace Matthews of ESPN New York: GM Brian Cashman said the Yankees "were inclined to bring back'' Bartolo Colon to pitch against the Mets this weekend at CitiField, most likely for Saturday afternoon's game. Earlier, Joe Girardi said his Saturday starter was "Mr. TBA,'' and said it would be either Colon or Brian ...
The Yankees have a lot of players on the DL right now and here are the latest updates on a few of them. Derek Jeter, strained calf, took batting practice for the second straight day and also started a running program today. He also took some infield practice before rain interrupted. “Everything’s good,” Jeter said. “Steps ...