Hiroki Kuroda

New York Yankees #18 - Starting Pitcher

  • Born: 02/10/75
  • Age: 39
  • Height: 6-1
  • Weight: 190
  • Bats/Throws: R/R

Pineda and Tanaka have impressed so far

Michael Pineda and Masahiro Tanaka have surpassed expectations so far this year, anchoring the back end of the rotation and, in many ways, performing better than the front end starters.

Open Thread: Daily Yankees Predictions 4/18/14

CC pitched well last night. Kuroda will hopefully pitch well tonight. Thus far the pitching seems to be pitching well. I think we can all approve of this.

Basking in the joy of a hot streak

There are ups and downs to any season, and the Yankees have picked a perfect stretch to be on an upswing.

Viewing Masahiro Tanaka Through Similarity Scores

With Masahiro Tanaka's much-heralded start, many try to find his best comparison as a pitcher. Who is Tanaka's most comparable according to Pitcher Similarity Scores?

Open Thread: Daily Yankees Predictions 4/12/14

Hiroki Kuroda takes the mound in Game 3 of this 4 game set against the Red Sox. Betances looked brilliant. Do we have yet another tie or did someone win? Another PSA DP coming your way.

Open Thread: Daily Yankees Predictions 4/8/14

Hiroki Kuroda pitched a great Opening Day game. Ivan Nova hopes to bring the Yankees their first series win at the Stadium. Daily Predictions and Pics from the Empire.

The young guns take the stage

The thirty-somethings have had their fun, but now it's time for their more youthful counterparts to toe the rubber for the first time in 2014.

Around the Empire: New York Yankees News - 4/1/14

Michael Pineda's command is more important than his velocity; CC Sabathia, from ace to wildcard; Hal Steinbrenner believes in Plan $500MM

Cliff Lee, Hiroki Kuroda and Avoiding Walks

We often think of pitchers who have good control and limit walks as ones who throw tons of pitches inside the zone. But, as the contrast between Cliff Lee and Hiroki Kuroda shows, that isn't always the case.

Will Hiroki Kuroda succeed in 2014?

Will Hiroki Kuroda remain as consistent as he has been in the past?

Davis, Rasmus lead AL East regression candidates

Chris Davis and Colby Rasmus head the AL East candidates for a backslide as regression cares not for your true talent level, only whether you performed above it.

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