Sunday, February 22, 2009

The Daily Yankeeland - 2/22

Derek Jeter was limited in weekend drills due to a sore hamstring, but said he's still on pace for the World Baseball Classic.

Reliever Edwar Ramirez was shut down due to tendinitis in his right shoulder and will be examined by the Yankees new team doctor, Allen Miller, on Monday.

A.J. Burnett told Scott Miller of CBSSporstline that he's feeling right at home in Pinstripes.

Peter Abraham of the Journal News says that Joe Girardi is taking a more personal approach this year.

John Harper of the News has a piece on Andy Pettitte's motivation.

Oh, what might have been. Gerrit Cole, the Yankees first round selection in the 'o8 draft, who opted for UCLA instead, made his collegiate debut yesterday. His fastball consistently hit 95 mph on the radar gun and topped off at 97. He struck out 7, walked 2, and allowed 1 unearned run in six innings pitched.

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