Ailing outfielder Carlos Beltran received yet another cortisone shot in his knee today. Since playing barley one game as a DH, Beltran has been sidelined for 15 straight games.
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The halfway point of spring training shows the issues the Yankees had coming in may turn out to be high points moving forward. The competition for the two starting pitching spots is very tight, as is the battle for bench spots.
Some thought the relationship between Oliver Perez and the New York Mets would end this week. However, the latest reports say the left hander will get a chance to make the team as a reliever first.
The question has been raised recently. Who will leadoff for the Yankees in 2011; Jeter or Gardner? There appears to be some differing opinions within the Yankees organization.
With Eric Chavez and Eduardo Nunez having good springs, the Yankees find themselves with a decision to make. Does this mean Ramiro Pena will be the odd man out?
Beltran helping himself and the team by moving to right field. Oliver Perez shows no improvement, working toward being cut.
Youngsters Ivan Nova, Dellin Betances, and Jesus Montero make nice impressions during Sunday's 7-3 spring training win over the Phillies. Nova is battling for one of the two open spots in the Yankees starting rotation.
Andruw has a swollen knee, Joba is just swollen. No Mo yet. Just some of the early tidbits surrounding the New York Yankees spring training.