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New York Yankees
“Some of the things that happened in the series (were) unfortunate.”
Yankees starter Masahiro Tanaka has a partially-torn ligament in his throwing arm, but as of right now, has no plans to have season-ending Tommy John surgery. The Yankees put Tanaka through rehab and see if they can get him back on the mound in a couple of months. If the rehab doesn’t work and he must have surgery, he will likely be out 12-18 months. He would join the growing list of starting pitchers who have become Tommy John surgery patients this season, such as the Mets’ Matt Harvey and the Diamondbacks’ Bronson Arroyo.
The rookie ace of the Yankees, Masahiro Tanaka, was placed on the 15-day DL Wednesday due to inflammation in his throwing elbow. Here’s all you need to know about the injury, the DL stint, and the fantasy implications.
Last week, I shared the “5 Worst Closer Songs of 2014,” which was an awful lot of fun, and forced me to watch a video of a breakdancing mouse more than I ever wanted to. So this week, we’re switching it up – what are the five best closer songs of 2014?
It’s like a mix between a baseball interview and Napoleon Dynamite. We knew Tex was funny — but we didn’t know he with this funny. Must watch.
Tampa Bay Rays senior advisor Don Zimmer died at the age of 83 Wednesday, after being hospitalized for heart surgery in mid-April. Since 1954, Don Zimmer has been a part of Major League Baseball in some fashion, whether as a player, a manager, a coach or an advisor.
Yankee fans lustily booed Robinson Cano in his return to the Bronx. RotoExperts’ Adam Ronis attacks their hypocritical reaction to their emotional display.