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Tag Archives: David Aardsma
After missing practically the entire two years of his contract with the Yankees due to shoulder problems it looked like Pedro Feliciano might actually pitch this season until an ankle injury knocked him out for good, but the Yankees may still get some relief in the form of David Aardsma, according to Joel Sherman of ...
The Yankees have quite a few injured players right now and it is really affecting the way the team has played, but luckily they are expecting a few back soon. Andy Pettitte, broken ankle, threw from a mound for the first time yesterday. Meredith Marakovits reported that he threw 20 pitches and said his ankle felt ...
It looks like Alex Rodriguez won't be the only one rehabbing in High-A Tampa as he will be joined by relief pitcher David Aardsma, Aardsma confirmed on Twitter. Aardsma looked like he was going to join the Yankees sometime around the All-Star break this season, but had a setback in late June and had to be ...
For a while it looked like relief pitcher David Aardsma was going to pitch for the Yankees by the All-Star break, but unfortunately he suffered a setback and it appeared that his season was over. Aardsma is throwing again though, he threw a 35-pitch batting practice session recently that included sliders, and it appears that there ...
David Aardsma began his rehab back in the middle of June and it appeared that the Yankees would get the former Mariners closer in their bullpen by the All-Star break. Unfortunately, a setback kept that from happening and now it has kept him from joining the Yankees at all this season. "He is not close to ...
David Aardsma was rehabbing from his Tommy John Surgery wonderfully and it appeared that he would be joining the Yankees sometime within the next two or three weeks. Unfortunately that no longer looks possible as Aardsma felt pain in his surgically repaired elbow and has been shutdown. "His body basically said, 'No, no. Too fast,' " ...
Yankees reliever David Aardsma, who has been on the DL all season while recovering from Tommy John Surgery, made just his second appearance of the season on Saturday night. He pitched two innings, struck out three, walked none, and gave up two hits and afterward said he was feeling just fine. "I'm very happy with the second ...