BINGHAMTON -- Friday night, New York Yankees starter Michael Pineda said he was expecting to go 85 pitches for his Sunday rehab start against the B-Mets and from there work up to 100 pitches across 5-6 innings.
Sunday however, did not according to the 6'7" 260 lb righty. Just 67 pitches in three innings, as Binghamton tagged him for four runs, four hits, two of which were homers. Pineda did strike out four, but also walked four.
Despite Sunday's rough start, Pineda told us Friday, he is ready and excited to make his Yankee Stadium debut.
Nelson Mandela Dies at 95
Former South African President Nelson Mandela has died at the age of 95.
The announcement was made by South African president Jacob Zuma this afternoon.
Mandela became the country's first black president after spending 27 years in prison for opposing apartheid.
Mandela was a recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize.... more
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