Pineda's MRI reveals tendinitis

Yankees starting pitcher Michael Pineda watches from the

Yankees starting pitcher Michael Pineda watches from the dugout during a game against the Washington Nationals. (March 15, 2012) (Credit: AP)

KISSIMMEE, Fla. -- Brian Cashman's years in the game had him fearing the worst Friday night when head hit pillow.

So when an MRI performed Saturday morning showed that Michael Pineda has right shoulder tendinitis, Cashman exhaled.

"Labrum, rotator cuff, you think of those things," Cashman said by phone from Tampa Saturday afternoon. "Those things are killers. Or can be killers . ....

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