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Yankees | Michael Pineda struggles in rehab start
Sun, 30 Jun 2013 21:01:39 -0700

New York Yankees SP Michael Pineda (shoulder) struggled in his fourth minor-league rehab start Sunday, June 30, with Double-A Trenton. He allowed four runs, four hits and four walks with four strikeouts over three innings. "His velocity was fine," manager Joe Girardi said. "Just from the box score, it just looks like he didn't pitch well." One scout said Pineda's velocity reached 95 mph, but the pitcher was "all over the place."

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