According to the police report, Pineda was picked up at approximately 2:35 am Monday morning and released on $500 bail.
Pineda, who has remained in Tampa all season to rehab an injured shoulder, was apparently looking to shake things up and bring back some of that booze-soaked, March mayhem that was so kindly brought to us by Braves reliever Cristhian Martinez, the awful Matt Bush, ex-Red Sox pitcher Bobby Jenks, and the freaking bullpen catcher for the Mets.
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman reportedly offered an engaging “no comment” on the story.
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