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Tag Archives: David Aardsma
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 ...
In what was seen as a minor move during the offseason, the Yankees signed reliever David Aardsma who was recovering from both Tommy John and hip surgery and wasn't even ready to start the season. Now, he's extremely close to finally being ready to pitch. Aardsma Tweeted yesterday that he would be pitching in a GCL ...
Joba Chamberlain isn't the only DL'd reliever with good news. David Aardsma continues to throw bullpen sessions and might pitch in a simulated game as soon as next week, according to an AP report. Aardsma had Tommy John Surgery last July and seems completely on track to return by the All-Star break. The 30-year-old has a career ...
Joba Chamberlain might not be coming back from Tommy John Surgery soon, but David Aardsma probably won't be on the shelf too much longer. Aardsma had the surgery last July so he's about 11 months out now or about the time when pitchers start returning to action. In his latest update on Twitter, he said that ...
The Yankees made a move during the offseason to sign former Mariners closer David Aardsma to a two-year deal with the catch that he's recovering from Tommy John Surgery. It seemed like a minor move at the time, but with injuries to Mariano Rivera and Joba Chamberlain this signing seems bigger than ever. On Monday, Aardsma ...
The Yankees are without their closer Mariano Rivera for the first time in nearly 20 years. Luckily they have some pretty strong in house candidates to replace him and because of that they don't plan to pursue a reliever in trade, according to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports. For now, Yankees manager Joe Girardi said that ...
I wonder how far along Joba Chamberlain would have been in his rehab right now if not for the trampoline accident. His blow hurt the Yankees pitching depth and it made David Aardsma, the former Mariners closer who is also recovering from Tommy John Surgery, even more important to the team. So it was good news ...
Anyone who follows the game knows how the Yankee bullpen ends: Mariano Rivera. Never before, in the more than hundred year history of the game, has there been a player who inspires such unabashed confidence that he will get the job done as Mo. When we hear “Enter Sandman,” it’s as close to a “foregone ...