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Yankees' Ron Marinaccio: Sent back to minors
Marinaccio was optioned to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Saturday.
Marinaccio tossed a scoreless innings against the Brewers on Saturday but needed 32 pitches to do so. The Yankees will announce a corresponding move prior to Sunday's contest, and it seems likely to involve a reliever.... See More ... See Less
Yankees' Ron Marinaccio: Recalled from Triple-A
Marinaccio was called up by the Yankees on Saturday.
Marinaccio owns a 4.08 ERA in 46.1 major-league innings this season, with a 27.6 percent strikeout rate more or less canceling out an inflated 12.6 percent walk rate. He'll give the Yankees an extra bullpen option, taking the roster spot that had belonged to Luis Severino, who landed on the injured list with a side injury.... See More ... See Less
Yankees' Ron Marinaccio: Sent to Triple-A
Marinaccio was optioned to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Monday.
Marinaccio came into the year looking to build on a breakout 2022 campaign, but he has given up eight earned runs on eight hits and five walks over his last eight appearances (7.1 innings), so he will get a reset at Triple-A. Jhony Brito was recalled to take Marinaccio's place in the bullpen.... See More ... See Less
Yankees' Ron Marinaccio: Notches second save
Marinaccio gave up a hit and a walk while striking out two in a scoreless ninth inning Saturday, recording his second save of the season in a 1-0 win over the Rangers.
Clay Holmes got the final two outs of the eighth inning after Wandy Peralta had created a bit of a mess, and with Michael King struggling of late, Marinaccio was summoned in the ninth instead to close things out. The second-year righty has earned his spot in the Yankees' high-leverage crew by not allowing an earned run since May 26, and over his last 12 appearances, Marinaccio has a 1.32 ERA, 1.02 WHIP and 17:6 K:BB through 13.2 innings.... See More ... See Less
Yankees' Ron Marinaccio: Secures first save
Marinaccio picked up the save with a clean inning Thursday against the Blue Jays.
Marinaccio needed just seven pitches to retire the Blue Jays in the ninth inning and pick up his first save of the season. The Yankees' closer role is up for grabs, as six different players have converted a save. Wandy Peralta gave up a walk-off homer Wednesday. Michael King converted a save earlier this week, but he threw 21 pitches Wednesday. Clay Holmes pitched in each of the previous two games. Add it all up and the more rested Marinaccio got the call and delivered. Marinaccio has a 4.74 ERA and 1.26 WHIP and will presumably not get regular save opportunities.... See More ... See Less
Yankees' Ron Marinaccio: Making spring debut Thursday
Marinaccio (shin) will make his Grapefruit League debut Thursday against the Red Sox, Erik Boland of Newsday reports.
The Yankees are bringing along Marinaccio slowly this spring, as Boland notes, as he's coming off a stress reaction in his right shin that caused him to miss the end of the 2022 season as well as the postseason. The right-hander was one of the team's best relievers when healthy with a 2.05 ERA, 1.05 WHIP and 56 strikeouts over 44 innings of work. Assuming good health, he'll pitch in the middle innings for New York again in 2023.... See More ... See Less
Yankees' Ron Marinaccio: Faces live hitters
Marinaccio (shin) faced Aaron Judge, Giancarlo Stanton and Anthony Rizzo on Monday during his second live batting practice session of spring training, Chris Kirschner of The Athletic reports.
The right-hander was sidelined late in the 2022 season due to a stress reaction in his right shin and wasn't able to pitch during the Yankees' postseason run, but his ability to face hitters on two occasions this early in spring training suggests he's back to full health or close to it. When available in 2022, Marinaccio was effective, as he finished his rookie campaign with a 2.05 ERA, 1.05 WHIP and 56 strikeouts across 44 innings. He'll likely settle back into a middle-relief or setup role for the Yankees to begin the 2023 season.... See More ... See Less
Yankees' Ron Marinaccio: Facing hitters Tuesday
Marinaccio (shin) will face hitters Tuesday and believes he's on track to be ready for Opening Day, Greg Joyce of the New York Post reports.
Marinaccio was unavailable for the playoffs last season because of a stress reaction in his right shin. He's being eased into things this spring, but it sounds as though he should be fine for Opening Day, barring any setbacks. The right-hander posted a 2.05 ERA over 40 relief appearances for the Yankees in 2022.... See More ... See Less
Yankees' Ron Marinaccio: Not brought back for ALCS
The Yankees didn't activate Marinaccio (lower leg) from the 15-day injured list Wednesday ahead of Game 1 of the team's American League Championship Series with the Astros.
Though Marinaccio has resumed throwing bullpen sessions and facing hitters, the Yankees apparently didn't see enough progress from the rookie reliever to justify adding him to the ALCS roster. Marinaccio has been on the shelf since Oct. 2 due to a stress reaction of his right shin.... See More ... See Less
Yankees' Ron Marinaccio: Could return for ALCS
Marinaccio (lower leg) is expected to return if the Yankees advance to the ALCS, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.
Marinaccio has pitched a bullpen session and is now travelling to Tampa Bay to face live batting practice. The reliever posted an impressive 2.05 ERA and 1.05 WHIP with 56 punchouts over 44 innings in 40 appearances in the regular season and could provide a boost to New York's bullpen if the team is able to advance to the next round of the playoffs.... See More ... See Less
Yankees' Ron Marinaccio: Lands on injured list
Marinaccio was placed on the 15-day injured list Tuesday with a stress reaction in his right shin.
Marinaccio has had a strong rookie season, posting a 2.05 ERA and a 30.9 percent strikeout rate in 44 innings of work. The injury means he'll end the season with those numbers and will remain unavailable for the ALDS, but it's possible he returns for the ALCS should the Yankees get that far.... See More ... See Less
Yankees' Ron Marinaccio: Departs with shin soreness
Marinaccio was removed from Sunday's game against the Orioles due to shin soreness, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.
Marinaccio didn't allow any baserunners while recording three outings between the seventh and eighth innings, but he was dealing with a shin injury that prompted his removal with one out in the top of the eighth inning. Manager Aaron Boone didn't sound too concerned about the issue after the game, so Marinaccio should be considered day-to-day for now.... See More ... See Less
Yankees' Ron Marinaccio: Moves up from Triple-A
Marinaccio was recalled from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Wednesday, Jack Curry of YES Network reports.
Marinaccio spent a week and a half in the minors but will rejoin the big-league club after Clay Holmes (back) was placed on the 15-day injured list Wednesday. Marinaccio has made six appearances in the majors since the All-Star break and has posted a 1.23 ERA and 0.82 WHIP in 7.1 innings.... See More ... See Less
Yankees' Ron Marinaccio: Sent down Saturday
Marinaccio was optioned to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Saturday.
Marinaccio allowed just one earned run and struck out 26 batters over his last 22.2 innings, but he will be the pitcher who cedes his roster spot to Frankie Montas, who will be added to the active roster to start Sunday's series finale versus the Cardinals. Given his success, Marinaccio will likely be the top option the next time the Yankees need to bring up a reliever from the minors.... See More ... See Less
Yankees' Ron Marinaccio: Reinstated from IL
Marinaccio (shoulder) was reinstated from the 15-day injured list Sunday.
Marinaccio will return to the Yankees' bullpen after missing three weeks while nursing right shoulder inflammation. The right-hander pitched two innings on his rehab assignment with Double-A Somerset and Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, surrendering a solo home run while striking out five batters. Marinaccio will look to build off the 2.33 ERA and 0.88 WHIP with 23 punchouts that he produced over 19.1 innings in 17 appearances this season before getting hurt.... See More ... See Less
|HT/WT: 6-2, 205 lbs|
|Birthplace: Toms River, NJ|
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