Sunday, February 23, 2014

New York Yankees Spring Training News & Notes 2/24

Michael Pineda threw early live batting practice this morning at Yankees camp this morning and was followed by Jose Ramirez. These two guys can both impact the Yankees big league club big time this season so this is an exciting duo to watch.

Vidal Nuno is going to be the starting pitcher for the Yankees on Tuesday when they open their exhibition schedule against the Florida State baseball team.

We'll be back with more later but here are the assignments for the day once again brought to you by Chad Jennings:

Early morning live batting practice:
Group 1 (with Ramon Flores and Jose Pirela hitting)
Dellin Betances (to Austin Romine)
Chase Whitley (to Jose Gil)
Robert Coello (to Francisco Arcia)
Michael Pineda (to John Ryan Murphy)
Group 2 (with Corban Joseph, Adonis Garcia and Yangervis Solarte hitting)
Jose Ramirez (to Gary Sanchez)
Fred Lewis (to Francisco Cervelli)
Dan Burawa (to Pete O’Brien)
Yoshinori Tateyama (to Jose Gil)
· Bullpens:
Ivan Nova (to Brian McCann)
Bruce Billings (to Roman Rodriguez)
· Fielding drills
Group 1: Russ Canzler (1B), Corban Joseph (1B/2B), Brian Roberts (2B), Derek Jeter (SS), Scott Sizemore (3B/2B), Dean Anna (3B/SS), Zealous Wheeler (3B/2B)
Group 2: Mark Teixeira (1B), Jose Pirela (2B/3B), Yangervis Solarte (2B/3B), Brendan Ryan (SS), Eduardo Nunez (3B/SS), Kelly Johnson (3B)
· Batting practice:
Same as yesterday
Group 1: Derek Jeter, Eduardo Nunez, Brian Roberts, Jose Gil
Group 2: Kelly Johnson, Brendan Ryan, Mark Teixeira, Francisco Cervelli
Group 3: Dean Anna, Russ Canzler, Scott Sizemore, Brian McCann
Group 4: Corban Joseph, Yangervis Solarte, Zealous Wheeler, John Ryan Murphy
Group 5: Carlos Beltran, Jacoby Ellsbury, Ichiro Suzuki, Gary Sanchez
Group 6: Zoilo Almonte, Brett Gardner, Alfonso Soriano, Pete O’Brien
Group 7: Tyler Austin, Antoan Richardson, Mason Williams, Austin Romine
Group 8: Ramon Flores, Adonis Garcia, Jose Pirela, Francisco Arcia

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