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Pregame notes: “I’m glad I’m on this 50 percent”

Posted by: Chad Jennings - Posted in Misc on May 30, 2014 Print This Post Print This Post | Email This Post Email This Post

Carlos Beltran

Granted, Carlos Beltran hasn’t spoken to the media very often since first feeling that elbow discomfort that forced him out of the lineup on May 12, but there was something noticeably different about his tone of voice and basic body language this afternoon. For the first time in a while, Beltran seems reasonably confident that he just might avoid surgery after all.

“I’m happy, honestly,” Beltran said. “These few days have been tough because I’ve been going seeing doctors, seeing (Dr. James) Andrews. The doctor said it was a 50-50 chance (of avoiding surgery). The 50-50 chance means that I’m glad I’m on this 50 percent. I’m happy about that.”

Beltran took batting practice on the field today. He swung from both sides of the plate and said he felt fine. After two days of dry swings and one day of soft toss, this was easily his most significant test. It was the first time he’d swung at a pitched baseball since hurting himself in the Yankees batting cage almost three weeks ago.

Joe Girardi cautioned that the Yankees aren’t out of the woods yet — Beltran still has to get into some minor league rehab games, and that bone spur could begin causing trouble again — but for the moment, all of the news is good news.

“It’s been a long wait for me mentally,” Beltran said. “Just trying to get back as soon as I can and working as hard as I can to avoid surgery. Thank God things are going well. You never know what’s going to happen ahead but right now I just can’t think about what’s going to happen ahead. I’m thinking about how I feel right now and right now I feel good.

There’s still no set time table for Beltran (at least not one that the Yankees are making public). He’ll take batting practice again tomorrow, and assuming things go well, it seems he could be in minor league games relatively soon. How soon depends on how well these next few days go. Girardi said that assuming Beltran gets back, he’ll probably be primarily a DH for at least the first few weeks of his return.

“I don’t think you’re out of the woods,” Girardi said. “I think he has to go through rehab games where you all types of things happen: where you swing and miss, or you get fooled, or you get out in front of a ball. I think you’re going to have to go through some of that. And you could go through rehab games, and you still may not know. The only way to find out if we can get him into games is if we get him in games.”

Mark Teixeira• Mark Teixeira took early batting practice today, swinging for the first time since Sunday, which was his last game before sitting out with right wrist soreness. Teixeira hit enough to declare himself ready to play tonight. He’s missed the past three games. “You still feel it,” Teixeira said. “But I feel the normal soreness whatever that I feel every day, which is what I’ve been feeling since Spring Training. … Pain and soreness are different. It was painful last week. This is just the normal soreness that you’ve got to fight through the year after surgery.”

• Girardi said there was no expectation of checking with Teixeira after the full team BP to make sure he could still play. The Yankees are not expecting any sort of last-minute lineup change.

• Also positive news for Shawn Kelley, who threw a 25-pitch bullpen this afternoon. He finished with five sliders, and as long as his back feels fine the next two days, Girardi said it’s likely Kelley will throw another bullpen on Sunday. After that, Kelley will certainly need at least one rehab appearance. “We’re just going to see how I feel tomorrow,” Kelley said. “Make sure that I wake up and don’t have any after-effects from it. I’m sure they have something in mind. The last couple of times, I’ve gotten ahead of myself and let myself down.”

• CC Sabathia is scheduled to visit Dr. Ahmad today to put a plan in place for whatever he’s going to do going forward. “He does feel better,” Girardi said.

• John Ryan Murphy is back behind the plate for two reasons: 1. He’s caught Vidal Nuno a lot this year. 2. Girardi wasn’t going to have Brian McCann catch a day game after catching a night game, so McCann was going to DH either tonight or tomorrow. Girardi chose to do it tonight.

• Brian Roberts has moved up in the order a little bit. “His at-bats have been really good,” Girardi said. “He’s consistently hit the ball good, so we moved him up.”

• Eduardo Nunez is back. He’s starting at DH and batting eighth for the Twins. He’s also wearing No. 9 now and — of course — he has a beard.

• Phil Hughes won’t start until Sunday, but he met with the media today. He said he’s expecting a pretty negative reaction from Yankees fans when he goes to the mound, but his season has really be awfully good. Certainly much better than last year. “There’s not a whole lot of difference,” Hughes said. “I’m doing the same things I do, attack hitters, throw strikes, pound the zone. I think my stuff’s been pretty good. Been avoiding walks and getting fly balls, doing things I normally do. It’s just been working out.”

• As you probably remember, Hughes was asked about his changeup a ton during his years with the Yankees. As his big group interview was dying down this afternoon, Hughes was waiting for the next question when Sweeny Murti blurted out: “So, how’s the changeup?” Hughes started cracking up immediately. Said he actually remembers throwing only one all year, and it was hit for a home run.

• Hughes on his reaction to Derek Jeter’s retirement decision: “I was kind of surprised at first when I heard it, but I’m glad he’s doing it on his own terms. It’s kind of nice he’s going to get the sendoff like Mariano did last year. … I thought he’d hang on for a few more years, so that kind of came as a shock to me. If he feels like the time is right, he knows better than anybody.”

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188 Responses to “Pregame notes: “I’m glad I’m on this 50 percent””

  1. Doreen May 30th, 2014 at 5:58 pm

    Good for Sweeny!! And good for Phil – such a good sport.

  2. jmills May 30th, 2014 at 6:00 pm

    Hi everybody, there’s a chicken in the dome!

  3. hornblower May 30th, 2014 at 6:01 pm

    Phil is a nice young man. After Sunday, I hope he continues to do well. But could we get another story line this is really tedious.

  4. Chip May 30th, 2014 at 6:04 pm

    I think the dogging of Cashman is fair though in the wrong area. How long ago was it that he said he wanted (and was given) total control of the farm system? Until this year, when Hal got fed up, there was no accountability whatsoever for its failure to develop meaningful players, it’s mishandling of top tier and secondary pitching prospects and its inability to self scout and thus separate the wheat from the chaff.

    They have squandered their higher draft picks on players who were injured (Brackman, Hensley) unsignable (Cole) or just plain bad (Culver, CJ Henry). They have been slightly better in the international market but unwilling to use it to its fullest potential and, until Tanaka, seemed scared off by past failures (Contreras and Igawa) thus letting the likes of Chapman, Puig, Solar, Martin, Alfaro, Darvish and Cespedes go off to other teams for salaries the Yankees easily could have matched. Even with Tanaka – they were still quiet when it came to other upper echelon international players like Diaz and Alex Guerrero – either of whom could have helped this organization’s need for upper level infielders.

    Yes, Cashman has made bad moves here – but most, if not all, of those panic moves have been necessitated by his failure to do what he set out to do and that’s build from within.

  5. Warning Track Power May 30th, 2014 at 6:06 pm

    Hughes-well I certainly don’t miss him one bit. I’m glad he is doing well for the Twins.
    It was time for a change. His style of pitching was not suited for YS.

  6. mick May 30th, 2014 at 6:12 pm

    Beltran’s value to this team should not be underestimated.

  7. Warning Track Power May 30th, 2014 at 6:16 pm

    Mick
    You can say that again. I know he’s not out of the woods yet, but having his bat in the line-up day after day will help this team go a long way.

  8. SweetSpot May 30th, 2014 at 6:18 pm

    Brian Roberts; a five game hit streak and eleven multi-hit games so far this season. Not bad for a ballplayer who some here contend should be released.

  9. SweetSpot May 30th, 2014 at 6:20 pm

    Hughes is an interesting case. Was New York just not for him? The pressure too much? The low-key atmosphere in Minnesota a better fit? Or, can some blame be legitimately put on Girardi and Rothschild for not being able to get the best out of Phil; to help him overcome whatever wasn’t working here?

  10. blake May 30th, 2014 at 6:20 pm

    • As you probably remember, Hughes was asked about his changeup a ton during his years with the Yankees. As his big group interview was dying down this afternoon, Hughes was waiting for the next question when Sweeny Murti blurted out: “So, how’s the changeup?” Hughes started cracking up immediately. Said he actually remembers throwing only one all year, and it was hit for a home run.”

    That’s funny…..I always liked Phil and am glad he’s doing well

  11. J. Alfred Prufrock May 30th, 2014 at 6:21 pm

    There is no “day after day” of Beltran being in the lineup. This is going to be the scene for the next three years, and he’s already 36 in this, his first.

  12. mick May 30th, 2014 at 6:21 pm

    WTP

    He’s a legit # 3 hitter and moves Ellsbury to leadoff where he belongs.
    He’s a switcher with power and will take a pitch to let Ellsbury run.
    Let’s hope he’s back soon or at least for the playoffs.

    Where ya been WTP aka Feinsand?

  13. J. Alfred Prufrock May 30th, 2014 at 6:23 pm

    Jmills and Free-Range – enjoy! :)

  14. mick May 30th, 2014 at 6:23 pm

    SS

    The spotlight of NYC should not be taken lightly when it comes to young talent like Hughes, Joba, etc..

  15. tomingeorgia May 30th, 2014 at 6:25 pm

    Big thunder boomers massing to our southwest, coming this way. Our municipal electric gerbils get scared at loud noises, so I expect loss of power and internet any time now, with no idea when it’ll be back. So I’ll say it now: Go, Yankees, Go Nuno, Go Teix! Let’s show Phil he’s better off in other ball parks than Yankee Stadium III.

  16. Warning Track Power May 30th, 2014 at 6:27 pm

    SweetSpot May 30th, 2014 at 6:20 pm
    Hughes is an interesting case. Was New York just not for him? The pressure too much? The low-key atmosphere in Minnesota a better fit? Or, can some blame be legitimately put on Girardi and Rothschild for not being able to get the best out of Phil; to help him overcome whatever wasn’t working here?
    ————————————————–

    YS was not suited for his fly ball way of pitching. The solution is really that simple.
    No need to blame anybody else or the manager or the pitching coach. The fly balls he gave up for HR’s at YS and now out in Minnesota

  17. Warning Track Power May 30th, 2014 at 6:28 pm

    WTP

    He’s a legit # 3 hitter and moves Ellsbury to leadoff where he belongs.
    He’s a switcher with power and will take a pitch to let Ellsbury run.
    Let’s hope he’s back soon or at least for the playoffs.

    Where ya been WTP aka Feinsand?
    —————————————————————————————–
    Mick-Your memory is somewhat blurred, hahaha!

    Anyway, Beltran is probably the most important bat in the line-up. I can see him returning to the team around mid June. He needs many rehab games and game situations before he return to YS.
    Just hoping those at bats don’t lead to further injury

  18. JimK May 30th, 2014 at 6:31 pm

    While not quite the same analogy, I do recall that whenever the Y’s faced Pavano, they did not exactly hammer him. With that in mind, I am predicting Hughes goes at least 7 innings and gives up 2 runs or less.

  19. Warning Track Power May 30th, 2014 at 6:33 pm

    JimK
    I hope you are very wrong. Would like to see Hughes for 4.2, 6 runs giving up and walking off the field to a stadium full of boo birds.

  20. mick May 30th, 2014 at 6:34 pm

    Beltran should be the f/t DH.
    That fluke injury in RF caused this problem.

  21. Patrick May 30th, 2014 at 6:35 pm

    RE Beltran: “I don’t think you’re out of the woods,” Girardi said

    That’s an understatement. The elbow will be a concern until he gets the surgery. A bone chip in his elbow doesn’t just disappear, its still in there and he will absolutely need surgery in the offseason. If he avoids surgery for now I can almost guarantee Beltran will hit the DL again later in the year with elbow troubles. That’s why he should have just gotten it taken care of when the problem first cropped up. For some reason the Yankee medical staff likes to wait around when surgery seems inevitable.

  22. Patrick May 30th, 2014 at 6:36 pm

    This feeds into something I said a couple hours ago. Maybe this isn’t a case of guys having bad years. Maybe it’s a case of old guys getting older.

    Let the kids play.

    It’s definitely a case of old guys getting older. I certainly don’t expect any big turn around except possibly from Ellsbury and McCann. Regarding letting the kids play, I just don’t think there’s much upside from any of the major league ready players aside from Murphy so I don’t see the point. They let the kids play last season and we saw how barren the top levels of the Yankees farm system is.

  23. mick May 30th, 2014 at 6:39 pm

    I don’t see how they go for Morales if Beltran and Tex are playing.
    Why would Hal spend his hard earned dollars on a guy w/out a position?

  24. Patrick May 30th, 2014 at 6:42 pm

    Beltran should be the f/t DH.
    That fluke injury in RF caused this problem.

    Maybe ..

    Beltran for his career has pretty neutral splits vs L and R so he can DH pretty much any day. But realistically you want to get Soriano’s bat in the lineup vs LHP. And Ichiro becomes your fulltime RF in this scenario but he too hits better against LHP. So does that mean you would sit Beltran vs every LHP?

    Unfortunately the way this team is built, Beltran must play some games in RF. Assuming he even comes bakc …

  25. Chip May 30th, 2014 at 6:43 pm

    Matt Kardos ? ?@mattkardos 1h
    Yankees roving catching instructor Julio Mesquera says the only other catcher he has ever seen w a bat like Peter O’Brien is Mike Piazza
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  26. SweetSpot May 30th, 2014 at 6:45 pm

    YS was not suited for his fly ball way of pitching. The solution is really that simple.
    No need to blame anybody else or the manager or the pitching coach. The fly balls he gave up for HR’s at YS and now out in Minnesota.
    ____________

    That’s part of it I agree. But the guy hasn’t walked anyone in a gazillion innings.

  27. Chip May 30th, 2014 at 6:47 pm

    Per Heyman The Yankees could become a player for Kendrys Morales, sources confirm.

    Some among the Yankees’ hierarchy are said to be interested in getting in the derby for the free-agent switch hitter now that there are physical concerns about both first baseman Mark Teixeira and right fielder Carlos Beltran.

    Of course this comes with the usual caveat that Heyman is Boras’s mouthpiece and he could be being fed information to raise the price on Morales.

  28. mick May 30th, 2014 at 6:48 pm

    At this point I would rather have Morales over Soriano.

  29. mick May 30th, 2014 at 6:50 pm

    What bothers me is that if having Morales over Soriano is the proper move, that money would influence the decision.

  30. Patrick May 30th, 2014 at 6:53 pm

    Wow O’Brien comparison to Piazza, thats pretty cool. Looks like he has big power but not great plate discipline + a lot of swing and miss. Also kind of old and questionable defense.

  31. pete22 May 30th, 2014 at 6:53 pm

    50/50 sort of suggest the correct decision would have been to have the surgery ASAP. Now its a walking time bomb, and the Yankees are limited in what they can do to upgrade. Gonna be a rough 3 years for Beltran if this blows up in his face and he is not productive this year.

    Should be a good series to score some runs against that Twins staff. Also, the Twins have been one of the worst offensive teams in May after a good start offensively, so the pitchers should have some fun as well

  32. Chip May 30th, 2014 at 6:54 pm

    Patrick =

    I compare him more to Mark Trumbo. Lots of power, questionable discipline and no real position.

  33. mick May 30th, 2014 at 6:57 pm

    That’s it for the pre-game show….

  34. Patrick May 30th, 2014 at 7:01 pm

    I compare him more to Mark Trumbo. Lots of power, questionable discipline and no real position.

    Based purely on his minor league stats, this seems like a solid comparison.

  35. austinmac May 30th, 2014 at 7:03 pm

    We will see if the league catches up with O ‘Brien. He has power only a few have. He hits them like Stanton. He has shown a bit of patience lately. He is a lot more athletic looking than I would have expected.

    He is more of a prospect than many give him credit, I think.

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