Proud Affiliate of the YES Network
Most Recent News
- Yankees walking a fine line between good and bad
- Opening Day Roste; Rapada DFA'd
- Lyle Overbay signed | Juan Rivera released
- Yankees trade for Vernon Wells, will pay $13M
- Chien-Ming Wang signs minor league deal
- David Aardsma DFA'd | Sam Demel claimed
- Injury updates: Jeter | A-Rod | Teixeira | Granderson | Hughes | Pineda | Cabral
- MiLB previews: Charleston (Low-A) | Tampa (High-A) | Trenton (Double-A) | Scranton (Triple-A)
What we’re talking about
- Al Simmons on Current Yankees team hoping for some of that 96 Magic
- notafelony on Elite Yankees prospect Mason Williams arrested on DUI charges
- Albert Clay on Sherman: Yankees have $8-$10 million to spend on 2014 payroll
- mikefoxtrot on Yankees finish off first four-game sweep of Jays since 1995
- brian on Current Yankees team hoping for some of that 96 Magic
- Rob Abruzzese on Current Yankees team hoping for some of that 96 Magic
Support BBD & buy Yankees tickets
Must read links
Support BBD and buy Yankees gear
Ask us a question
TagsAdam Warren AJ Burnett Alex Rodriguez Alfredo Aceves Andrew Brackman Andruw Jones Andy Pettitte Austin Romine Boone Logan Brett Gardner Brian Cashman CC Sabathia Chad Gaudin Cliff Lee Curtis Granderson David Phelps David Robertson Dellin Betances Derek Jeter Eduardo Nunez Eric Chavez Francisco Cervelli Freddy Garcia Hideki Matsui Hiroki Kuroda Ivan Nova Javier Vazquez Jesus Montero Joba Chamberlain Joe Girardi Johnny Damon Jorge Posada Manny Banuelos Marcus Thames Mariano Rivera Mark Teixeira Michael Pineda Nick Johnson Nick Swisher Phil Hughes Rafael Soriano Raul Ibanez Robinson Cano Russell Martin Sergio Mitre
Tag Archives: Pedro Feliciano
With the Giants win over the Tigers last night, the 2012/13 postseason has officially begun. Yankees fans are going to expect big things this offseason, however their team finished with the best record in the American League and probably needs a few tweaks rather than a major overhaul. The one area where they really need to focus on ...
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 ...
In just two days Major League Baseball rosters will expand from 25 to 40 players which means that a lot of teams will have much different looking rosters and the Yankees are no exception. Before we get into who will be called up, we have to realize that the Yankees 40-man roster currently has 48 players ...
Pedro Feliciano signed a two-year, $8 million deal with the Yankees before the 2011 season and then quickly got a shoulder injury which needed surgery to fix and kept him out of Pinstripes for practically the entire duration of his contract. So far. Last Friday Feliciano actually started a rehab assignment, pitching one inning while striking out ...
It looks like the Yankees might not have completely wasted the $8 million they spent on Pedro Feliciano. Ok, well they probably still did, but Feliciano is on track for a September call up if all goes right in his latest rehab, according to Erik Boland of Newsday. The former Met, who needed shoulder surgery before ...
It didn't look like the Yankees would get even $1's worth out of their two-year, $8 million investment in former Mets lefty reliever Pedro Feliciano after shoulder surgery kept him out all of last year and most of this year. However, Feliciano hasn't given up on pitching again this season and threw a bullpen on ...
Since re-signing on a 10-year deal four years ago, Alex Rodriguez has been nagged by various injuries, limiting him to just 124 games a year on average during that span. This spring training he is expected to show up "ready to go full speed," David Waldstein of the NY Times reports. This is quite significant as ...
The often abused former Mets pitcher, Pedro Feliciano, has not pitched for the Yankees once in the first year of his two-year deal and it looks like he will never pitch for them at all. Feliciano has missed this entire season while rehabbing from a shoulder injury he sustained in spring training and now he ...
Last week the Yankees got a bit of encouraging news when injured lefty relievers Damaso Marte and Pedro Feliciano both pitched in a rehab game. However they got the worst possible news after their appearances as both have been shutdown after experiencing pain following the outing, according to Bryan Hoch of MLB.com. This news ...