Phil Hughes: The Rehab

INFO

FIRST INNING: 12 pitches/10 strikes. 94 MPH fastball. 1-2-3 inning, with a K at the end.

SECOND INNING: 13 pitches/ 10 strikes. Fastball sitting 92-94. Two K’s.

THIRD INNING: 7 pitches/6 strikes. 32/26 total. Four K’s total now.

FOURTH INNING: 7 pitches/6 strikes. 39/32 total. Five K’s, but Anthony Gose broke up the perfect-o with a one-out single up the right side.

FIFTH INNING: 15 pitches/9 strikes. 54/41 total…Six K’s, now a walk and two hits allowed.

SIXTH INNING: 19 pitches/12 strikes. 73/53 total. Eight K’s now. Kid is rolling.

SEVENTH INNING: 15 pitches/8 strikes in three batters faced. 88/61 TOTAL. He issued one walk and allowed one hit that inning. Cory Arbiso in.

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Mike Ashmore, mashmore98 AT gmail.com

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12 Responses to “Phil Hughes: The Rehab”

  1. Fanofthegame Says:

    Great coverage of Hughes, Mike. Feel like I am at the park. Thanks for taking the time to provide all the info and video.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    How was the fastball velocity in the 6th and 7th innings?

  3. thunderbaseball Says:

    92-93. Still good.

  4. Peter Lacock Says:

    I didn’t think Hughesy looked too good in the last 2+ innings.
    All over the place, behind in the count and couldn’t put guys away with 2 strikes.

  5. Pinstriped Bible, A New York Yankees blog » Burnett Down Says:

    [...] Hughes threw 88 pitches over seven innings, hitting 94 on the radar gun and struck out eight in a rehab start for Double-A Trenton this morning. So here’s my question: if we assume that Colon returns to the form he showed [...]

  6. TedK Says:

    Mike, do you know what Hughes was throwing? I’m happy to see some velocity, and see it maintained past the first couple innings. To assess how close he is to pitching in NY, I think we need to know if he is ready with his secondary offerings. Thanks!

  7. Yankees News And Notes: Phil Hughes, Bartolo Colon Says:

    [...] good news for the New York Yankees on the pitching front Wednesday. Phil Hughes was impressive in a seven-inning, 88-pitch shutout rehab stint Wednesday afternoon for Trenton. Hughes threw 61 strikes and was reportedly clocked around 93 to 94 miles per [...]

  8. thunderbaseball Says:

    He addresses the command of the pitches he was throwing in the press conference video…used a lot of fastballs though.

  9. The Hughes Rehab Tour dazzles in Trenton | River Avenue Blues Says:

    [...] rehab start, when he didn’t make it out of the fourth … Mike Ashmore has video of the game and press conference … from watching the online feed, he got a ton of swings and misses on [...]

  10. Anonymous Says:

    Seems that with all that major league moola Hughes could afford an new undershirt (first picture).

  11. SPiZaD » Yankees News And Notes: Phil Hughes, Bartolo Colon Says:

    [...] good news for the New York Yankees on the pitching front Wednesday. Phil Hughes was impressive in a seven-inning, 88-pitch shutout rehab stint Wednesday afternoon for Trenton. Hughes threw 61 strikes and was reportedly clocked around 93 to 94 miles per [...]

  12. Pinstriped Bible, A New York Yankees blog » Series Preview: Yankees @ Indians Says:

    [...] on three hits and two walks while striking out eight. Per Hunterdon County Democrat beat writer and master blogger Mike Ashmore, Hughes threw plenty of cutters and curves in that start (though no mention of the [...]

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