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Pregame notes: “This is the time to test it”

Posted by: Chad Jennings - Posted in Misc on Jun 21, 2014 Print This Post Print This Post | Email This Post Email This Post

CC Sabathia

Standing at his locker after a 36-pitch bullpen this morning, CC Sabathia was sweating. This was not playing catch. This was not tossing a few fastballs nice and easy. This was his normal pregame warmup, throwing all of his pitches, pitching as if getting ready to make a start.

“I got after it a little bit, and I have been in the bullpens,” he said. “This is the time to test it, and I will when I’m down there in Tampa. It’s not just like rehabbing, I really do need to test it to see if I can do it. I feel like I feel pretty good.”

Working his way back from a stem-cell injection meant to help repair some degenerative damage in his right knee. He’s wearing a brace and said he feels a noticeable difference from the way he felt earlier this season. He’s planning to fly to Tampa tomorrow, face hitters in live batting practice on Tuesday, and he plans to pitch in some sort of minor league game on Saturday.

“I feel good,” Sabathia said. “I’m optimistic. I feel like I’ll be able to go. If I didn’t I would be out there trying to put us through this, because I know how much it affected me, how good it didn’t feel. Just putting the team in a bad spot. But I feel good.”

Joe Girardi said the Yankees are “encouraged” by Sabathia’s progress. The Yankees have previously said Sabathia’s not likely to be back until after the All-Star break, which is three weeks from Tuesday. Sabathia said he doesn’t have an exact time table for his return, but he’s hoping he needs fewer than five rehab starts (a number he seemed to pluck out of the air, just saying he felt he might not need too many minor league games before being big league ready).

“I’ve been sitting around here just feeling sorry for myself, just watching the team grind,” Sabathia said. “It’s tough. You want to be out there helping these guys, so I feel better that I do have a little light where I can see hopefully getting out there, helping.”

Yankees first baseman Teixeira talks with Yankees spring training instructor Martinez during a full-squad workout at the MLB teams' spring training baseball complex in Tampa, Florida• Today is the pregame ceremony to honor Tino Martinez, who’s being celebrated with a plaque in Monument Park. “Great teammate,” Girardi said. “Great first baseman. Middle-of-the-order hitter with power. But just a great teammate. Everyone loved Tino. And I had a chance to be with him a couple of different spots, enjoyed being with him and I would still call him a close friend. Obviously I think it’s wonderful what’s happening today with Tino. He was a great Yankee.”

• Good story from Girardi about being Martinez’s teammate: “Tino brought an edge. He brought a real edge to the game. He had high expectations, and I actually remember there was one day, him and O’Neill – I was kind of in between their lockers – and they were arguing. Paul was jealous of the home runs Tino was hitting, and Tino was jealous of the average that Paul had. And I’m thinking, ‘Shut up! I don’t need to hear this. Here I’m fighting to hit .260, .270 and one of you has got 25 homers, the other is hitting .325. I don’t need to hear this. I don’t feel bad for either one of you.’ But that’s how they were.”

• Kelly Johnson is in the lineup but Girardi said he’ll check with him after batting practice to make sure he can play today. Indications are that he’s fine. Johnson bruised some fingers trying to lay down a bunt on Thursday.

• Weird, but Girardi said there’s no MRI update on Michael Pineda. Made it sound like no big deal — really didn’t sound like the team was hiding anything — Girardi said he just forgot to ask Steve Donohue for an update this morning. Pineda was supposed to play catch today, and Girardi indicated that’s still the plan assuming the MRI came back clean. “There was so much going on today, I don’t have it yet,” Girardi said. “I forgot to ask.”

• David Huff’s ankle is fine and he’s available tonight.

• Nothing wrong with Brian McCann, just sitting out a day game after a night game.

• Last night’s walk-off was a signature Yankees moment for Carlos Beltran. Could that take any pressure off a veteran in his first year with a new team? “I think it can,” Girardi said. “But he was swinging the bat well before that homer. I know it took him a little while to get going once he came back in the arm brace, but it kind of started in Oakland that last day and got him going. Obviously I think that can relax a player.”

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77 Responses to “Pregame notes: “This is the time to test it””

  1. Missing Cano June 21st, 2014 at 12:04 pm

    i am intrigued by dugas more for ’15 he could take the Ichiro type role going forward but with more walks maybe pair him with RH bat like mayberry jr. who can also double at 1b of course if o’brien could ever learn plate discipline he would be ideal in that mayberry jr. role but have doubts o’brien will either learn that or be in the organization much longer

  2. Ys Guy June 21st, 2014 at 12:05 pm

    cashmoney, its funny i had completely forgotten about my 90 loss prediction about the mets until i heard someone say on the radio that the mets had ‘achieved’ a 90 loss pace.

    I’d say they look like a more talented team than that, their run differential is better than the Yankees’ but they are the mets and playing meaningless games through july and august is tough on a player.

    i’m not the biggest daniel murphy fan, but its clearly getting to him, he’s playing with his head up his patoot and losing them games and that is catchy. the who team is just fazed by the losses.

    Expect a management change and also expect it to make no difference.

    90 losses looks pretty good for them right now.

  3. bigdan22 June 21st, 2014 at 12:06 pm

    I could see an argument that the Yanks need a starting pitcher as soon as possible because what happens if there’s just one more injury? At that point, even a below average acquisition would be necessary to advert something worse. But I’m not certain there is a starting pitcher out there now, who the Yanks can obtain, that actually makes them a better team now or in the near future.

    Soriano is a totally different situation. Replacing Soriano with almost anyone would almost certainly be an upgrade. What impact it has on the team’s ability to win games though is uncertain and probably not very significant because that’s only one bat on a team that probably needs three or four. That’s where the bullpen comes in. A single player there has a spillover effect to other relief pitchers making them more successful and it also ameliorates somewhat the problem of short starts.

    Once again. Leverage

  4. Cashmoney June 21st, 2014 at 12:11 pm

    I think the Yankees have zero expectation from Pineda in 14 at this juncture.

    along the line of Adam and campos, you will hear little and ultimately see little in ways action.

    JMO.

  5. Cashmoney June 21st, 2014 at 12:15 pm

    Ys, I thought about while reading about sandy blowing up… Mets losing actually makes me happy, not a great a deal but I am a Yankee fan that roots for mets to lose on a casual level, probably has something to do with growing up btw 89-92 while Mets were the focus of NY baseball.

  6. Cashmoney June 21st, 2014 at 12:16 pm

    *thought of it

  7. Giuseppe Franco June 21st, 2014 at 12:16 pm

    IDK, repeating a falsehood 1000 times is never going to make it true.

    If it was that simple, everyone would be stacking their pen with their best arms.

  8. 86w183 June 21st, 2014 at 12:17 pm

    Great starting pitcher addition the Yanks could hope for would be a healthy CC.

    They haven’t had that since 2012 thanx to the elbow and knee issues. Let’s hope!

    There’s still no acquisition the Yanks could make that would have more of an impact than a third baseman with RH power. Beltre is probably the most available, but I’d ask about Todd Frazier, David Wright, Anthony Rendon, Evan Longoria…. every RH hitting 3B worth a damn.

  9. 86w183 June 21st, 2014 at 12:20 pm

    I am a Yankee fan that roots for mets to lose on a casual level, probably has something to do with growing up btw 89-92 while Mets were the focus of NY baseball.

    ***********************************************************************

    Cashmoney — I had it worse. I was an 11-year-old living 22 blocks from Yankees Stadium when the Miracle Mets happened. All my friends jumped ship…. but I never did.

    Still in 1986 I had to pull for the Mets in the World Series.

  10. blake June 21st, 2014 at 12:21 pm

    Gimmi Beltre and a healthy Cliff Lee and #28 starts to look doable

  11. 86w183 June 21st, 2014 at 12:22 pm

    That’s it for me…. gonna go watch the game with several helpings of chicken parts and barley/hops juice… not good for my 56 year old gizzard, but what the heck

    Have a day!

  12. Unnamed June 21st, 2014 at 12:23 pm

    How convenient that MLB pushed the appeal of Machado from this Thursday to after the Yankees series this weekend

  13. Uncle_Game June 21st, 2014 at 12:23 pm

    Hey Fellas I;ve been a long time reader but first time poster. What do u guys think of trading gary Sanchez for Kyle Lohse? The dud is good this year and he;s still owned money IDK if brewers would trade him though. Yankeese need good SP and he is 1.

  14. Tar June 21st, 2014 at 12:24 pm

    “probably has something to do with growing up btw 89-92 while Mets were the focus of NY baseball.”

    The Mets owned the youth of NY back then. I don’t root for the Mets but I think a weak Mets team is bad for us Yankee fans…it affords Hal the leeway to try things like 189. Hal is just not hungry enough.

  15. Cashmoney June 21st, 2014 at 12:26 pm

    I vaguely recall 86, but I suspect I would have done the same, esp if the opposition is the RS. When the Yankees were dreadful in the early 90s, I decide I want to root for a underdog (yeah, strangely as it might sound). As kid who grew up in manhattan I feel an allegiance to stick with the Yankees.

    1986 NY was a national league town I would imaging, rightfully so, Mets had a special team.

    But, I did switch channel when Darryl came to AB… speaking of star quality.

  16. blake June 21st, 2014 at 12:28 pm

    Uncle_Game says:
    June 21, 2014 at 12:23 pm
    Hey Fellas I;ve been a long time reader but first time poster. What do u guys think of trading gary Sanchez for Kyle Lohse? The dud is good this year and he;s still owned money IDK if brewers would trade him though. Yankeese need good SP and he is 1.

    I just can’t trade my #1 prospect for Kyle Lohse……even if it makes more sense than it sounds like…..I just couldn’t do it for worry that 5 years from now Sanchez will be good and I would have dealt him for Kyle Lohse

  17. blake June 21st, 2014 at 12:30 pm

    Besides the brewers aren’t sellers….they are contenders.

    Lohse is one of these guys that’s always pretty good…..and everyone ignores him

  18. Tar June 21st, 2014 at 12:32 pm

    Cash

    I was a LL coach in that time frame. It was 2-3 to 1 Mets to Yankee fans. Little brats would give me a hard time about my Yankees. I went to Shea a lot that year. I have never seen a ball jump off a bat…. on a line like it did with Strawberry. Monster shots on a rope ..incredible

  19. Unnamed June 21st, 2014 at 12:33 pm

    Hamels & Beltre.

  20. Ys Guy June 21st, 2014 at 12:35 pm

    awesome pregame mgr interview suzyn, 1 question about last night’s great win and 4 about tino.

    get over your crush.

  21. Tar June 21st, 2014 at 12:36 pm

    CR- mike Go away

  22. Missing Cano June 21st, 2014 at 12:36 pm

    Of the high-impact pitchers who might be available at the trade deadline, the Phillies‘ Cliff Lee makes the most sense for the Yankees, the New York Daily News’ Mark Feinsand writes. Lee will have an enormous salary in 2015, but the Yankees ignored the luxury-tax threshold last offseason, and there’s little reason to think they couldn’t do it again. Lee’s injury status (he went on the DL with an elbow strain in May) and huge contract might mean the Yankees could acquire him for a lesser cost in prospects.

    Lee and Mayberry Jr.???

  23. MTU June 21st, 2014 at 12:36 pm

    Tar-

    You need to spend some more time watching Giancarlo then.

    ;)

  24. Uncle_Game June 21st, 2014 at 12:37 pm

    Hmm ya good point, IDK what u guys will think of this 1 but what about The freak tim lincecum. Maybe he needs a “change of scenery”, and he,s owned so much cash I dont think yankees would have 2 give up that much.

  25. Tar June 21st, 2014 at 12:38 pm

    MTU

    I honestly have only seen him for a couple of AB’s. From what I have heard he is must see.

  26. J. Alfred Prufrock June 21st, 2014 at 12:40 pm

    Repost

    alabamayankee June 21st, 2014 at 11:30 am

    I’m not at all convinced that CC will be a major improvement over Nuno. Until proven otherwise, CC is a has-been.

    J. Alfred Prufrock June 21st, 2014 at 12:33 pm

    Nuno’s numbers would be even worse than they are if Girardi didn’t come to get him so early in his NYS starts.

    The guy is yielding a .656 slug against LHB at home and .614 overall at home. He’s been rescued by big ballparks on the road, but can’t survive at NYS, which means he does not provide any advantage there as a LHSP. He is lasting under 5.0 IP per start at home. If it’s a SSS it’s because they don’t dare leave this guy in too long.

    C at least had the excuse of injury/weakness. He is much better vs. LHB, and if he is really feeling that much better, we can probably entertain some cautious optimism that he will rebound somewhat against RHB.

    Bottom line: CC Sabathia is better than Vidal Nuno. Can’t wait to get him back.

  27. MTU June 21st, 2014 at 12:40 pm

    Tar-

    Colossal power.

    Hits the longest home runs of any player on the avg.

    I saw him hit one on a line to the opposite corner and it went out like a laser shot.

  28. Cashmoney June 21st, 2014 at 12:43 pm

    Tar, every win was exhilarating then… 2 out 3 seems about right. my hopes and dreams rode on the tides of Kevin Mass, Sam Militello, Mel hall et al… every loss gnawed at me, there were plenty of losses and a lot kids were sporting Mets logo in my school at that time.

  29. MTU June 21st, 2014 at 12:43 pm

    One thing CC will provide is length.

    Something Nuno struggles to give.

    It should be interesting to see if his command and velocity improve because his knee is feeling better.

  30. Tar June 21st, 2014 at 12:43 pm

    MTU

    Wow I am drooling… sounds a lot like Straw.. except if I remember correctly Straw pretty much pulled everything.

  31. wanzies222 June 21st, 2014 at 12:45 pm

    Time for another quick post,

    Another thing the scouts told me was after the road trip, FO is “all in”….they don’t see a team that is unbeatable, but recognize they need a #2 sp

  32. Cashmoney June 21st, 2014 at 12:46 pm

    Have a good one all , gonna watch the game and have some lunch.

  33. Tar June 21st, 2014 at 12:47 pm

    Cash

    I believe the Mets success drove the Boss crazy. He hated to be second fiddle. Hal doesn’t have to worry about that, because the Mets have been so bad for so long.

    Yep the more I think about it, a strong Mets team is good for Yankees fans.

  34. wanzies222 June 21st, 2014 at 12:47 pm

    Look for Nino to go 2x thru the order today. No more is expected beyond that.

  35. Tar June 21st, 2014 at 12:49 pm

    Wanzies

    They possibly have a great #2 if they had the guts to try it. BP help is so much easier to come by than SP.

  36. MTU June 21st, 2014 at 12:49 pm

    Good to see you Steve.

    Any more from the “grapevine” ?

    :)

  37. blake June 21st, 2014 at 12:49 pm

    wanzies222 says:
    June 21, 2014 at 12:45 pm
    Time for another quick post,

    Another thing the scouts told me was after the road trip, FO is “all in”….they don’t see a team that is unbeatable, but recognize they need a #2 sp

    Clifford Lee if healthy

  38. Cashmoney June 21st, 2014 at 12:49 pm

    Yep the more I think about it, a strong Mets team is good for Yankees fans.
    —–
    Tar, you are probably right.

  39. austinmac June 21st, 2014 at 12:51 pm

    Tar,

    Ichiro has done very well in the intended role. However, Beltran’s injury and Soriano’s play has put him in a corner outfield spot too much on a team needing power. That’s not his fault. I have been impressed with Ichiro as a person ands teammate since he came. He had a reputation of being difficult, I had read. He has been anything but that.

  40. J. Alfred Prufrock June 21st, 2014 at 12:53 pm

    Missing,

    I don’t know, has any player more publicly expressed his own anathema to becoming a Yankee? :)

    If we were to do that, and it involved some pain losing any good prospects, I’d want Makiel Franco coming north in the deal. They already have Asche, although I guess he’s out ATM.

    Lousy numbers at AAA this year, not sure what’s going on there, but maybe that means he’s gettable. 3B/1B, lightning batspeed, lots of power, very good arm. If we were to get Franco, I’d be excited.

  41. J. Alfred Prufrock June 21st, 2014 at 12:54 pm

    Tar June 21st, 2014 at 12:49 pm

    Wanzies

    They possibly have a great #2 if they had the guts to try it. BP help is so much easier to come by than SP.
    ///

    And who might that be? :D

  42. austinmac June 21st, 2014 at 12:55 pm

    MTU,

    My big hope with probably no real basis is CC’s knee was affecting his delivery and velocity. Otherwise, about all he has shown is length with lots of runs given up.

    Wanzies noting Whitley’s innings limits is a problem I hadn’t considered. That, in essence, means we lose another starter. Anything we get from Pineda will be an unexpected bonus to me.

  43. MTU June 21st, 2014 at 12:56 pm

    Enjoy the game folks.

  44. wanzies222 June 21st, 2014 at 12:56 pm

    MTU…

    Scouts saying so is what they’ve been told to see. High end.

    Hope all is well.

    Steve

  45. austinmac June 21st, 2014 at 12:57 pm

    Lee expressed yesterday he has no pain in his elbow but still “feels something”. Better be very careful to take on $50M on an iffy elbow.

  46. Cashmoney June 21st, 2014 at 12:58 pm

    MTU, to the note of Stanton, I hope Yankees don’t trade Judge, like to see how he will pan out…. But Gian does remind me of Straw in terms of power and physicality. the one thing that stands out to me about Straw was how weightless a baseball bat seem to be in his hands and the ferocious bat speed those sinewy muscle generated… a beautiful swing to boot.

  47. wanzies222 June 21st, 2014 at 12:59 pm

    so = SP

  48. austinmac June 21st, 2014 at 1:01 pm

    MTU,

    Straw and Stanton make swinging a bat so effortless yet with amazing bat speed. Judge is the one guy in the minors I would not trade. He may never make it out of A ball, but he has a chance to be special. His Charleston manager,said Stanton was a fair comparison in ability. Even assuming prejudice, we can’t trade that.

  49. mick June 21st, 2014 at 1:04 pm

    Nice ceremony for Tino.
    Now retire Bernie’s # next year.

  50. blake June 21st, 2014 at 1:05 pm

    austinmac says:
    June 21, 2014 at 12:57 pm
    Lee expressed yesterday he has no pain in his elbow but still “feels something”. Better be very careful to take on $50M on an iffy elbow.

    True you’d have to check that out very well…..but if he’s healthy Id rather have Lee for the next two years than Price…..better pitcher…..presumably wouldn’t have to give up as much in players to get him

  51. J. Alfred Prufrock June 21st, 2014 at 1:09 pm

    I found this interesting in Sanchez’s splits:

    Bases Empty 111 AB .198/ .310 /.333 ./643
    Runners On 109 AB .312/ .342 /.514 /.856
    S

    This actually seems quirky but it jumped out at me because it makes a certain amount of sense from the reasonable but sporadic sample size I’ve seen of Sanchez. He has the ability to really focus in and shorten his swing with people on base. With no one on, he can waste ABs looking to hit jacks and really lengthen his swing HR hunting, looking bad and O’Brien-esque. But he’s a much better hitter than O’Brien IMO, looks much more like a .290s-.300 type hitter than O’Brien has a chance to be.

    That’s something that more dedicated focus can potentially eliminate, because he has the plate discipline when he calls upon it. He looks like a good two-strike hitter to me who can shorten his swing and generate tons of power. If you sleep on Gary Sanchez, you may be sorry when he wakes up :)

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