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  1. First Pitch: Pineda and his V-lo

    Andrew Marchand

    We can play down Michael Pineda's lack of velocity in his first outing all we want. That's fine and dandy. It doesn't make it go away. The only way it does is for Pineda to light up the gun today. So there is some intrigue in his second start o...

    Blog | March 10, 2012
  2. Law: Yanks have a Top 10 farm system

    Andrew Marchand

    Our teammate Keith Law ranks all the farm systems and the Yanks come in ... well, you already the headline. Here is what Law wrote: I might be jumping the gun here, but I see a lot of star potential on their bottom few affiliates, including new ac...

    Blog | February 08, 2012
  3. Robertson hits 95 on gun, continues All-Star run

    Andrew Marchand

    With the tying run at the plate, David Robertson, nicknamed Houdini, continued his All-Star run by striking out Corey Hart to end the eighth with two men on. Robertson pumped the radar gun up to 95. "I can't say anything about it," Robertson said....

    Blog | June 29, 2011
  4. Girardi says command, really means velocity

    Andrew Marchand

    Joe Girardi is in full play-down Phil Hughes'lack of velocity mode. In his pre-game press conference, Girardi said that it is Hughes' command that he wants to see today. Sure, it is. Command is important, no doubt, but the gun reading will be t...

    Blog | April 08, 2011
  5. Rapid Reaction: After Hughes fails, Girardi is under the gun

    Andrew Marchand

    WHAT IT MEANS: This is still a series. Cliff Lee is back in play. And there is a huge decision facing Joe Girardi regarding if he should bring back CC Sabathia in Game 4 on short rest. Girardi has refused to say he won't. Either way, he is likely ...

    Blog | October 16, 2010
  6. Girardi: Joba was great, but ...

    Andrew Marchand

    Everyone in the Yankees clubhouse buzzed about how Joba Chamberlain looked like the old Joba, as hit 96 MPH on the gun and struck out Adrian Beltre and J.D. Drew swinging to leave the tying and go-ahead runs on base in the eighth inning. But it do...

    Blog | April 07, 2010