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5 Of The Best 5th Starters in MLB

The starting pitching rotation of a MLB team is usually a five-man group and is hands-down the most important unit on a baseball team. A good starting rotation will cover up blemishes a team may have such as a thin bullpen or weak hitting. 861 more words


It's Time to Put an End to Doctoring the Ball

Michael Pineda had pine tar on his hand for the first half of the New York Yankees’ tilt with the Boston Red Sox Thursday night. Baseball Twitter noticed, flooding everyone with screenshots pulled from the broadcast. 876 more words


Michael Pineda's pine-tar fracas shows sticky stuff not a real concern for MLB

Yankees righty Michael Pineda was brilliant against the Red Sox Thursday night, not allowing a hit until the fifth inning or a run until the seventh in a 4-1 New York win. 975 more words


The brown goo on Michael Pineda's hand is not worth your outrage

During Thursday night’s game between the Yankees and Red Sox, television cameras captured evidence of a mysterious brown substance on the palm of Yankees starter Michael Pineda’s hand. 629 more words


Red Sox right to not play blame game, fans should do the same

by James B. Terry

During last night’s 4-1 loss to the New York Yankees, a brown-ish substance was spotted on the hand of Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda, leaving many to question what it was and the legality of the substance.

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Reminder: almost every pitcher uses some sort of goo to enhance grip and/or doctor pitches

The Michael Pineda pine tar thing last night will set tongues wagging on talk radio today. Which is fine, because it’s fun to talk about that kind of crap while we wait for the next day’s games. 432 more words

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