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  • Yanks rout Red Sox, 14-5, as Bombers move on from Pineda suspension
    Joe Girardi spent most of his pregame talking about Michael Pineda's suspension, looking exasperated as he repeated himself several times while rehashing the unfortunate pine tar incident.








  • It's Dice-K for the save as Mets beat Cards, 4-1
    Pitching was always supposed to be the way the Mets got back to respectability. Terry Collins expected Bartolo Colon to fill in for Matt Harvey in 2014 as the team set its sights on 90 wins. But he didn’t expect Daisuke Matsuzaka to be a closer candidate.








  • Yankees Insider: Nova opts for elbow surgery
    Ivan Nova has decided to undergo Tommy John surgery, officially ending his 2014 season and leaving the first half of his 2015 campaign in question.








  • McCarron: Sabathia holds things together for rotation
    We are all past the days of thinking of CC Sabathia as the Yankees ace — or at least we should be. Masahiro Tanaka is by far their No. 1 pitcher now even as he’s working through the tangles of pitching in an unfamiliar land.


  • Yanks' Pineda hit with 10-game ban for pine tar
    Michael Pineda’s poor judgment has the Yankees in a sticky situation for the next 10 games. MLB suspended the righthander Thursday for 10 games for “possessing a foreign substance” — pine tar on the right side of his neck, to be exact — during Wednesday night’s start against the Red Sox, an act that got him ejected with two out in the second inning.








  • McCarron: Bombers also deserve some pine needling
    Whatever you think of Michael Pineda’s intelligence, or lack thereof, in the wake of Sticky Fingers II, the whole mess could’ve and should’ve been prevented by the Yankees, long before a panicked Big Mike reached for the pine tar and smeared the goo on his neck.


  • Mets Insider: Pine tar talk? Not in Cards
    You would think after the headlines in the morning papers about the Yankees’ Michael Pineda getting caught with pine tar smeared on his neck that everyone in baseball would be scrutinizing the pitchers Thursday.


  • Bosox torn between pitcher's safe grip and performance benefits of pine tar
    In the wake of Michael Pineda’s ejection on Wednesday for having pine tar with him on the mound, there were two basic messages coming out of the Red Sox clubhouse in equal parts.








  • Vinton: Jose Canseco an odd choice to talk to kids about 'Character'
    Amid the hubbub of the steroid revelations in Jose Canseco’s explosive 2005 memoir “Juiced,” it was sometimes forgotten that this was a book that boasted of categorizing women as “road beef” and “slump busters.”








  • Scout who signed Pineda says Yankee 'made a bad decision'
    Michael Pineda’s foolhardy attempt to use pine tar a second time this season - when he lathered his neck with the goop Wednesday night at Fenway Park - will be a costly mistake. According to several sources, Pineda is expected to be suspended Thursday after he was caught with a foreign substance on the right side of his neck.








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