Sep
17

Yankees recall Romulo Sanchez

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Via Marc Carig, the Yankees have recalled Romulo Sanchez from Triple-A Scranton. As you probably remember, Romulo hit the disabled list in late-August with an apparent elbow injury, and we perhaps foolishly assumed he was done for the season. Anyway, I guess the elbow’s fine and Joe Girardi will have another option for low-leverage relief work. Sanchez made one appearance with the Yanks earlier in the year, throwing 3.2 scoreless innings at Fenway Park.

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  • A.D.

    Good for Ramulo, nice to get some more depth.

  • http://dontbringinthelefty.blogspot.com Lucas AA, aka don’t_bring_in_the_lefty

    He throws HARD, does he not?

    • pat

      Very. Nasty change too.

    • Not Tank the Frank

      Very little command too. Career 4.0 BB/9 in the minors… 4.7 and 5.1 in the past two seasons at Triple-A.

  • http://mystiqueandaura.com Steve H

    I know it’s not likely to happen……but if this dude could ever harness his stuff he’d be lights out in the pen.

  • Mickey Schesiter

    I just love the names of the minor league studs on the come up, from Stoneburner to Jesus to Ivan Nova and Romulo Sanchez. Just some great baseball names. I hope the elbow was just minor like DRobs last year that turned out to be nothing. I’m excited to see if Ring, Nova or Sanchez can impress enough to take a spot in Oct.

    • dutchsailor

      Actually Royce Ring is not a bad name to add to that list — as far as names go.

  • dutchsailor

    By the way, with all these call ups, how many players are in the Yankee clubhouse now?

  • Fair Weather Freddy

    Kearns is in the lineup again. Can’t beleive it. WHy not put Thames in there? Camden Yards is a small outfield, not much ground to cover. Thames should be able to handle it.

    • Guest

      Do you remember the Red Sox game the night after Thames hit the walk-off on Papelbon? The one where we lost in part because Thames dropped a fly-ball that was so easy to catch a little leaguer would have been embarrased? I do. Good times.

      Just say NO to Thames in the outfield. He has been sick at the plate, but sickening in the field.

    • Jerome S

      eeeeeeehhhhhhh…

      With AJ pitching? You probably want some solid defense behind him. Thames can’t throw out runners.

    • http://mystiqueandaura.com Steve H
    • Neil

      Kearns 14 Ks in his last 29 ABs, 5 hits, 1 BB! Thames, Russo or throw Miranda out there!

  • http://riveraveblues bob

    i hope yankees win tonite and sox lose im getting grey hair fast

  • Cy Pettitte

    wasn’t expecting this, I’ll be interested to see what he does in mop up duty though

  • M-Three

    Well I guess this is now another guy that Javy Vasquez will fall behind on the depth chart. Every pitcher on the staff starter or reliever is better than Vasquez.

    I hope we get to see Romulo pitch a couple of time. He has nasty stuff and could be a nice weapon in the pen. I think Romulo could be another Joba if he could ever show control. A young righty with a 96-99 mph fastball with a nasty change, I’ll take that everytime. Maybe this guy could compete to make the pen next year.