Yesterday on Pinstriped Bible
- Yankees 4, Royals 2: Kuroda sweeps away Royals
- Vidal Nuno starting Game Two of doubleheader in Cleveland tomorrow
- Joba Chamberlain publicly snips at Mariano Rivera, creates unnecessary spectacle
- Eduardo Nunez to the Disabled List, Alberto Gonzalez recalled
- Yankees Weekly Report Card: 5/5/13 - 5/11/13
- Baby Bomber Recap 5/11/13: Curtis Granderson picks up two hits in RailRiders win
Around the Internet
- Eyes Migrate From YES - New York Daily News | Bob Raissman: Despite the Yankees being in first place, the YES Network has witness downtrending ratings and it has everything to do with their lack of star power.
- Lineup Juggling - New York Post | Joel Sherman: Despite being shorthanded to start the season, their replacement players have played so well that the Yankees will soon have too many players vying for playing time. Curtis Granderson is almost back and the outfield mix will be the first area that needs to be dealt with.
- Discord | The Captain's Blog | William Juliano: The incident between Joba Chamberlain and Mariano Rivera might be overblown, but it still could mean something in the Yankee clubhouse.
- Shush - LoHud | Chad Jennings: The suddenly infamous incident between Joba Chamberlain and Mariano Rivera is rehashed from when it occurred to the day after as both players laughed it off and declared that no apology was necessary.
- Q & A - Minor Matters | Josh Norris: Yankees pitching coordinator, Gil Patterson, talks about how the organization determines promotions, teaching mental readiness, Francisco Rondon, and Jose Campos.
- Injury: Ivan Nova pulled something in his left side while rehabbing his triceps.
- Rehab: Joba Chamberlain will pitch in a rehab game on Tuesday.
- Coordinated?: NoMaas wonders how three different New York media outlets could publish the same story within the same hour.
- Buy Yankees Tickets: If you're in New York from Tuesday through Thursday you can still go to a Yankees game.
Questions of the Day
- Who will be the Yankees' Rookie of the Year?
- What is your favorite baseball team matchup?
- What is your favorite historical time period?
- Is there an article or series of articles you would like the PB staff to write?
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