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Notes from Cashman: Tanaka, Ellsbury, Pineda, Banuelos, Cervelli

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Masahiro Tanaka

Brian Cashman held court in the Yankees clubhouse late this morning. The key topics discussed…

Masahiro Tanaka’s adjustment
Even with Tanaka facing a pretty strong Braves lineup this afternoon, Cashman said he brought no extra curiosity into the start. Tanaka’s adjustment has been so seamless that Cashman said he’s basically thinking of Tanaka just like any other pitcher; just a guy getting his work in and building up arm strength and endurance.

“He just made it transition-less,” Cashman said. “It’s not an issue for him. It’s almost like it’s more of an issue for us. That’s not to reduce 162 games and 183 days on a five-man rotation, all of that stuff. Those come with some adjustments that he’s going to have to deal with, but I’ve really been surprised how he’s hit the ground running in the states and has made the transition for us so much lesser than we expected. We talked about it about more than it’s been.”

EllsburyJacoby Ellsbury’s calf injury
Cashman said Ellbury’s health history doesn’t bother him in this situation. The only injuries that have ever landed Ellsbury on the disabled list have been caused by in-game collisions, and Ellsbury said he’s never had a problem with his calf. There are no tests scheduled at this time.

“I really just take it as a tight calf in spring training,” Cashman said. “Because he’s an important player, you back off and make sure. You’d like to have as many of your guys available to us when the bell rings, when those games count. … We’ll make sure we take care of this and if that takes a few days or a week, so be it. As communicated to me, it felt tight so we’re going to make sure that’s all it’s going to be.”

PinedaMichael Pineda’s innings limit
Cashman said he learned at least one lesson from the Joba Rules: going into detail about a workload limit tends to turn a relatively normal issue into a major story. With that in mind, Cashman wouldn’t say much about just how limited Pineda will be this season. Cashman only said that Pineda is very much in consideration to open the season in New York, and that any innings limit will not prohibit Pineda from starting the season in the big league rotation.

“Haven’t thought too strongly about that,” Cashman said. “We’re in a situation where we’re trying to win. And if he puts himself in position to be one of the best guys for us in the front end, so be it, and we’ll have to worry about that another day. … We’re excited about what he’s doing on the front end of spring training, and despite his injury history or his developmental background, he will break camp with us if he makes the team. We’re very comfortable saying that.”

BanuelosManny Banuelos being optioned
Optioning Banuelos to minor league camp seems to be the most significant player cut of the spring so far. Banuelos seemed to have an outside chance of making the team if he’d been dazzling, but he was pretty erratic in his two spring outings. Cashman said the Yankees still haven’t decided where Banuelos will open the season — it’s possible he’ll stay behind in Tampa where it’s warm in April — but there’s no doubt he’ll work as a starter.

“We’re still talking about (where to have him start the season), so whatever team we assign today, doesn’t necessarily mean that’s the team he’s going to be with,” Cashman said. “We’re going to take into account weather and everything else and what’s best. Obviously the arm strength’s there. I think he’s a little rusty, which is understandable. We’ll see how the rest of minor league camp goes before the actual placement will take place.”

CervelliFrancisco Cervelli trade rumors
The Yankees have a recent history of making spring training moves, but Cashman “wouldn’t say” whether other teams are calling about Cervelli. Cashman acknowledged that the Yankees have more upper-level catching depth than most teams, but he wouldn’t say whether he’s actively putting that depth on the trade market. No surprise, but he didn’t mention anything about the Ichiro Suzuki trade speculation either.

“We have what we have currently in camp,” Cashman said. “And all those answers will be here unless something declares itself and presents itself that’s better elsewhere that I can secure. It’s as simple as that. Otherwise, we’re very pleased so far with how camp’s going and how the competition’s going for all the positions. But my job as a general manager is always to find something better that makes sense and that you can secure. I’m not afraid of that.”

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64 Responses to “Notes from Cashman: Tanaka, Ellsbury, Pineda, Banuelos, Cervelli”

  1. blake March 16th, 2014 at 4:57 pm

    “Haven’t thought too strongly about that,” Cashman said. “We’re in a situation where we’re trying to win. And if he puts himself in position to be one of the best guys for us in the front end, so be it, and we’ll have to worry about that another day. … We’re excited about what he’s doing on the front end of spring training, and despite his injury history or his developmental background, he will break camp with us if he makes the team. We’re very comfortable saying that.”

    The 5th starter competition has been rigged from the start if Pineda is healthy…..if he’s healthy he’s gonna be the 5th starter as I’ve been saying

  2. blake March 16th, 2014 at 4:58 pm

    @ESPNNYYankees: Yanks officially assign Banuelos to Class A Tampa

    He just needs innings….I assume they will start him there and get him back to Scranton fairly quickly

  3. blake March 16th, 2014 at 4:58 pm

    ProbAbaly smart to keep him where it’s warm to start the year

  4. blake March 16th, 2014 at 5:00 pm

    Probably just want him to pitch where it’s warm initially

  5. blake March 16th, 2014 at 5:04 pm

    It would have been nice to see CC pitch today…..seems like by far his beat outing from the box score.

  6. Yankee Trader March 16th, 2014 at 5:04 pm

    Blake

    Cashman has said he’s taking the best players North. So might Solarte who has been hitless in only 3 out of the last 11 games, and is a switch hitter make the team over Brandan Ryan? No!

    Do Almonte or Garcia make the team and is it adios to Ichiro? No!

  7. Yankee Trader March 16th, 2014 at 5:07 pm

    Blake

    Haven’t been watching the NCAA tournaments. Who are the five or six best, healthy, college teams right now who could make it to the finals? I’ll be entering an office pool.

  8. blake March 16th, 2014 at 5:08 pm

    Cashman has said he’s taking the best players North. So might Solarte who has been hitless in only 3 out of the last 11 games, and is a switch hitter make the team over Brandan Ryan? No!”

    Well Spring training results are pretty meaningless…..and Ryan is great at defense and Solarte isn’t.

    I think you take the best starters north…..when you get to the bench sometimes there are other factors that come into play like the roles that guys fit and also playing time concerns. If Almonte doesn’t make the team it won’t be because he’s not better than Icjiro…..it’ll be because they don’t want him riding the pine in the big leagues

  9. blake March 16th, 2014 at 5:10 pm

    “Haven’t been watching the NCAA tournaments. Who are the five or six best, healthy, college teams right now who could make it to the finals? I’ll be entering an office pool.”

    To be honest I’ve watched less college hoops than ever this year…..I’ve just been really busy. I’m probAbaly not the best source for they question…..

  10. Jerkface March 16th, 2014 at 5:11 pm

    it’ll be because they don’t want him riding the pine in the big leagues

    You know that won’t be the reason. It will be because Ichiro is owed 6.5 million dollars and is Ichiro. Playing time concerns didnt stop them from bringing Nunez north in 2011 over Pena, and having him get like 40 PAs in 2 months

  11. Yankee Trader March 16th, 2014 at 5:13 pm

    The times I watched Solarte in the field he was OK.

    The Yankees are going to need to decide if Thornton is ready to help the team. Right now the three long men, Phelps, Warren and Nuno, all deserve a spot to go North with the team and should get plenty of opportunities the first month to pitch when the starters are unlikely to go late into the games.

  12. Jerkface March 16th, 2014 at 5:21 pm

    The Yankees are going to need to decide if Thornton is ready to help the team.

    Thornton is here on like a 2 year deal to play and isnt rehabbing or anything. I think you mean Bailey?

  13. bigdan22 March 16th, 2014 at 5:29 pm

    Lots happened in the real good game against Atlanta today:

    –You know who the star was? Some guy named Shane Greene. I hadn’t seen him pitch before but he’s been added to the 40 man so the Yanks must think highly of him. I believe Axisa has liked him for awhile. His problem has been control but he turned the corner a bit last season. Made it to Trenton. He’s not young (25) and I imagine he’ll be in Scranton this year. Seems to throw different kinds of fastball but the killer is a 94 mph sinker. Just devastating. A serviceable slider too. Struck out 4 in two innings today (major leaguers) but gave up one hit, a homer to Justin Upton, proving, like Tanaka has shown, that no matter how good your stuff is, if you miss in the middle of the plate major leaguers will hit it pretty far. I’m not sure how is stuff will play against lefties (I think he faced only righties today) but he’s def one to watch as a possible late season starter or relief help.

    –Another thought about Greene. Just how tough is this 40 man now? You ain’t going to cut him. Or Cabral. Or Flores. So after Anna, who’s it going to be? Turley? You almost have to trade Romine for a young prospect just for flexibility. Maybe not, but still.

    –About Flores. Two more hits today. Turned around a 94 inside FB from a lefty. Following up on what I said yesterday, he just looks so quiet and comfortable at the plate. Easy, short quick, level, balanced swing. Hate to say it, but reminds me a bit of a young Mattingly. How quick and easy to the ball he is. Mattingly developed a bit of an upper cut after he came to the Yanks to take advantage of the right field porch. Even though he wasn’t that impressive last year in AA, it would not surprise me now if he starts this season in AAA. He’s had quality ABs all spring against major league pitching. Trenton and the Eastern league seems to suppress offense so much I’d love to see what he can do in the International League. And with Heathcott out awhile, there’s probably an open spot with Zolio. Don’t know who’d play CF though.

    –Tanaka didn’t have his FB today but he had his slider working so he was very effective. Notice how he never pitches inside? You need very very good stuff to make that work in the major leagues. Cone has talked about that. Mussina did make that work until he lost his stuff and then started coming inside. Something to watch.

    –Betances didn’t bring his A game today. A walk, a hit, a HBP and a run. But I liked how his stuff got better when he got in trouble. I especially liked how he went up the ladder with his FB when he got two strikes on the last hitter. Vintage young Mo.

  14. bigdan22 March 16th, 2014 at 5:35 pm

    “Cashman has said he’s taking the best players North. So might Solarte who has been hitless in only 3 out of the last 11 games, and is a switch hitter make the team over Brandan Ryan? No!”

    —-

    Team officials always say that in ST but it’s never the truth. As I pointed out over the last few weeks, what controls is the 40 man roster. You don’t release somebody who you value (and you value that player because you added him to the 40 man over the off season) because he’s been outplayed by a non-roster player in ST.

    But once the season starts and a need arises, all bets are off.

  15. Cashmoney March 16th, 2014 at 5:35 pm

    Teheran would be a dominating closer. Blake, it’s a shame about Medlen, that would have been a good 1-2 punch for the Braves.

  16. blake March 16th, 2014 at 5:38 pm

    “You know that won’t be the reason. It will be because Ichiro is owed 6.5 million dollars and is Ichiro. Playing time concerns didnt stop them from bringing Nunez north in 2011 over Pena, and having him get like 40 PAs in 2 months”

    It’s both….they owe Ichiro money….he’s an iconic type player….and it doesn’t hurt anything for him to sit on the bench. It would be a big waste for Almonte to sit over there and play once every 10 games or whatever

  17. Cashmoney March 16th, 2014 at 5:38 pm

    I forgot aobut Beachy, they definitely need a Santana, that’s a weird team, can’t seem to get over the hump in the first round, reminds me of early 90 As.

  18. blake March 16th, 2014 at 5:39 pm

    Cashmoney says:
    March 16, 2014 at 5:35 pm
    Teheran would be a dominating closer. Blake, it’s a shame about Medlen, that would have been a good 1-2 punch for the Braves.

    So would most good starters Teheran/Minor/Santana still isn’t bad. I wish they could have gotten Price somehow…..that’s the guy they need

  19. Cashmoney March 16th, 2014 at 5:39 pm

    *late 90s”

  20. Cashmoney March 16th, 2014 at 5:40 pm

    Not high on Minor Blake.

  21. blake March 16th, 2014 at 5:40 pm

    I only saw Betances last hitter…..but man his stuff can be just overpowering out of the pen. He has to make the team

  22. blake March 16th, 2014 at 5:42 pm

    Cashmoney says:
    March 16, 2014 at 5:40 pm
    Not high on Minor Blake.

    Really? 3.27 era last year….1.0 Whip…..25 years old….left handed….bull dog….what’s not to like?

  23. ObviousMan March 16th, 2014 at 5:42 pm

    Trader and Jerkface,

    You’ll complain no matter what roster they choose. You simply take the position opposite of Cashman and Girardi after the fact. Remember how Montero was going to be the next Johnny Bench? Or how Cashman should be fired for not giving Carl Crawford a huge deal, or how he should have been fired for not trading Hughes and Cano for Johan Santana? Yea, so do I. Smart stuff, guys.

  24. blake March 16th, 2014 at 5:43 pm

    Teheran has the most upside but if I could pick a pitcher off the braves to steal it would probAbaly be Minor…..he’s a gamer and he’s left handed

  25. Cashmoney March 16th, 2014 at 5:43 pm

    The Mets had a guy named Familiar out on the mound yesterday, i never heard of him. Anywho, he had some nasty stuff, reminds me of a young Benitez, He doesn’t throw as hard but has some good movements on his fb and slider.

  26. Yankee Trader March 16th, 2014 at 5:43 pm

    Cash

    Singleton mentioned that the Yankees offered Teheran more money, but that he felt he owed it to his brother, a scout for the Braves, to sign with them.

  27. ObviousMan March 16th, 2014 at 5:44 pm

    At least Blake takes a position and sticks with it. He’s certainly no fan of Yankees management, but he doesn’t oppose management for the mere sake of opposing it, like half the posters here do.

  28. blake March 16th, 2014 at 5:44 pm

    I don’t remember anybody but Bret wanting to sign Crawford…..a bunch of us smartly wanted them to sign Matt Holliday the year before

  29. blake March 16th, 2014 at 5:46 pm

    I think the Yankees do some things well and I think they’d be much better off if they’d give Cashman…..I think Cashman is a lot better than people think….it’s just hard to tell sometimes because ownership has to throw their 2 cents in on everything

  30. bigdan22 March 16th, 2014 at 5:46 pm

    –Good news from CC today right? I didn’t see him pitch but his line was impressive. I pointed out a few days after I saw a replay of his last start, he didn’t look as bad as his numbers. Sure his velocity was down, but no one was clocking his fastball. And he threw a lot of them. I said then that he has two things in his favor, lots of other weapons (secondary pitches) and tons of experience. I don’t think he’s a one or two, but he may be a decent middle rotation guy with his current stuff. Looking forward to seeing him again.

    –Three hits and two rbis for Solarte today. He just does not resemble a utility infielder. His time is not now.

    –Two more hits for Almonte. Maybe he can lead the International League in hitting this year.

    –Another homer for Sanchez. Nice.

  31. blake March 16th, 2014 at 5:49 pm

    I’ll repeat my bold prediction from a few days back. Tanaka has a sub 3 era THIS year

  32. Yankee Trader March 16th, 2014 at 5:49 pm

    blake March 16th, 2014 at 5:44 pm
    I don’t remember anybody but Bret wanting to sign Crawford…..a bunch of us smartly wanted them to sign Matt Holliday the year before
    ——————
    Holliday’s father certainly wanted him to sign with the Yankees. Who did they sign instead?

  33. Cashmoney March 16th, 2014 at 5:49 pm

    Abe Almonte is an exciting player to watch, he dives like Ricky Henderson and can hit the ball out of the park, got some speed on the basepath and plays a legit CF.

  34. Hans Davenport March 16th, 2014 at 5:50 pm

    jmills March 16th, 2014 at 4:44 pm
    http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taro_Tsujimoto

    Hans, ha ha! You got me there amigo! Good one!

    Imlach actually got bored during the draft and along with his secretary made up the name and drafted the guy. Then he waited for the training camp to announce what he had done. he had the press in Buffalo believing this guy was real. The Tokyo “Katanas” roughly translates to “Swords.”

    To this day they still sell jerseys for this guy, worn by savvy Saber fans. Additionally on occasion, during a blowout at Buffalo, fans in the know will begin chanting, “Bring in taro!”
    There is a whole story surrounding this if you just google the guys name.

  35. blake March 16th, 2014 at 5:50 pm

    –Two more hits for Almonte. Maybe he can lead the International League in hitting this year.”

    It’s interesting but as I’ve said before….Enrique Wilson hit like .500 for an entire spring one time.

  36. Cashmoney March 16th, 2014 at 5:51 pm

    Watching the game right now, I heard the Singleton bit about Teheran, well, it’s a shame.

  37. blake March 16th, 2014 at 5:51 pm

    “Holliday’s father certainly wanted him to sign with the Yankees. Who did they sign instead?”

    Nobody…:they traded for Granderson instead

  38. Cashmoney March 16th, 2014 at 5:53 pm

    Teheran and a Cole would have solidify … but them are the breaks.

  39. bigdan22 March 16th, 2014 at 5:53 pm

    I vaguely remember Abe Almonte when he was in the Yankee system. Seemed to get hurt at the wrong times. Seemed very good on the base paths. Perhaps lead off potential. Don’t remember any power or any comparisons to Rickey, probably the single best offensive player I’ve ever seen. (I don’t include Bonds because I never really watched him play).

  40. Hans Davenport March 16th, 2014 at 5:56 pm

    Mills, here is a link showing Taro’s jersey and trading card.

    https://www.google.com/search?q=taro+tsujimoto&safe=off&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=nx0mU9CYCZPF0AHkrYCwAw&sqi=2&ved=0CC8QsAQ&biw=1280&bih=585

  41. Durant1985 March 16th, 2014 at 5:56 pm

    Definitely the best thing for Man-Ban. He looks good and healthy but rusty for sure. Is anybody else excited about the pitching depth!? We’re like 8 deep at the starters position. I’m really starting to like Nuno a lot too. Dude is scrappy.

  42. bigdan22 March 16th, 2014 at 5:56 pm

    –Two more hits for Almonte. Maybe he can lead the International League in hitting this year.”

    It’s interesting but as I’ve said before….Enrique Wilson hit like .500 for an entire spring one time.

    —-

    Spring Training performance has almost nothing to do with it. But steady offensive progress through the upper levels of the Yankee farm system does. A property that becomes evident about three times a decade for a Yankee position player prospect.

  43. pete2 March 16th, 2014 at 5:57 pm

    The Red Sox had Ellsbury playing on a broken foot at the end of last year. Just wondering if that fully healed or had him adjust his offseason preparation. Have to be careful with former Red Sox. Looking at Iglesias and Beckett for example they both had injuries nobody knew about at the time which cropped up when the players were with other teams. I mean, its probably nothing and just a calf strain, but Ellsbury is the key bat they picked up this offseason, so I have to worry, its in my DNA.

    After watching Manny pitch in ST I don’t hold out much hope he can help much this year, at least not as a SP’er. Pineda has not shown me enough to go north but I can see him helping if he can boost his velocity and improve his command.

    Tanaka is looking good, but why would he be starting the 4th game which means he skips the Red Sox in both series in April? To me he is the ace of the staff right now (and granted, its only ST)

    Bit skeptical on if Solarte is real but if he continues hitting the last 2 weeks I would like to see him go north. April is going to be an important month in my mind.

  44. blake March 16th, 2014 at 5:57 pm

    Several near misses in the last few years that could have drastically changed the outlook of the team…..Trout, Cole…..

    Speaking of Trout….I don’t know why he even plays ST games….he’s basically mastered baseball and it’s just an opportunity for him to get hurt.

    The scary thing about him is he’s developing more power…..he hits balls far now

  45. Cashmoney March 16th, 2014 at 5:58 pm

    Dan, Abe doesn’t have the talents that Rickey had, He looks like a mini Carlos Gomez to me, short and compact, will some power and speed and is a legit CF.

  46. blake March 16th, 2014 at 5:58 pm

    That ball he hit yesterday looked at 450 to dead center to me

  47. Hans Davenport March 16th, 2014 at 6:00 pm

    Hans, ha ha! You got me there amigo! Good one!

    Imlach actually got bored during the draft and along with his secretary made up the name and drafted the guy. Then he waited for the training camp to announce what he had done. he had the press in Buffalo believing this guy was real. The Tokyo “Katanas” roughly translates to “Swords.”

    To this day they still sell jerseys for this guy, worn by savvy Saber fans. Additionally on occasion, during a blowout at Buffalo, fans in the know will begin chanting, “Bring in taro!”
    There is a whole story surrounding this if you just google the guys name.

    This link should take you to the wiki story.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taro_Tsujimoto

  48. bigdan22 March 16th, 2014 at 6:03 pm

    Cashmoney I guess I’ll have to catch some of those late Seattle games to check out Abe. I always thought Zolio was the better of the two but maybe they’ll both make it. Wouldn’t that be a trip.

  49. bigdan22 March 16th, 2014 at 6:05 pm

    Trout might be the Mick with good wheels.

  50. blake March 16th, 2014 at 6:07 pm

    bigdan22 says:
    March 16, 2014 at 6:05 pm
    Trout might be the Mick with good wheels.

    They are very similar….mick probAbaly still had more raw power and he switch hit….but trout might be even better at everything else

  51. pete2 March 16th, 2014 at 6:07 pm

    “bigdan22 March 16th, 2014 at 5:46 pm

    –Good news from CC today right? I didn’t see him pitch but his line was impressive.”

    The line was impressive, however, I only recognized Stanton, Jones (LHH) and no hit Mathis in the lineup, no idea who those other guys are. He got Stanton on a LO and a K. Jury is still out.

    I also disagree with you on his last start. Couple of hard hit outs and a few generous calls and that was an awful lineup full of scrubs.

  52. bigdan22 March 16th, 2014 at 6:11 pm

    Probably nobody had the Mick’s raw power. And it’s hard to get a good read, but his defense I think was just ok.

    I once saw and interview of Willie. Mays thought he was the best defensive player on the field. I don’t mean the best CF. Willie thought he was the best SS too. Apparently nobody could touch his arm. But Willie thought he was second to Mantle in power, and, believe it or not, speed as well.

  53. blake March 16th, 2014 at 6:30 pm

    Yea I think Mantle was faster than Mays before the injuries….but speed is just part of playing defense. I do think Mantle may have gone down as the better player had he stayed sober and healthy….

  54. Hans Davenport March 16th, 2014 at 6:48 pm

    Yea I think Mantle was faster than Mays before the injuries….but speed is just part of playing defense. I do think Mantle may have gone down as the better player had he stayed sober and healthy….

    Mantle was the more patient hitter (OBP 40 points higher). Overall OPS plus was about 15 points higher.

  55. blake March 16th, 2014 at 6:51 pm

    “Mantle was the more patient hitter (OBP 40 points higher). Overall OPS plus was about 15 points higher.”

    Yea I think the evidence points towards Mantle being a better hitter….the injuries just robbed his ability to do the other stuff that mays did well and obviously shortened his career as well.

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