Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said Friday that right-hander Michael Pineda will make his next Major League rehab start Tuesday with the Double-A Thunder against Erie at Arm & Hammer Park.

Pineda, 24, touched 96 mph during Thursday’s 73-pitch rehab outing with Class-A Tampa. Cashman told WFAN 660 AM that Pineda was at 93 mph consistently when he allowed five hits, one earned run with a walk and three strike outs. Trenton will be his fourth start, which includes a simulated game. For Tampa, Pineda is 0-0 with a 1.08 ERA and has logged 8 1/3 innings.

The Thunder began the sixth inning of Friday night’s game against Portland without a hit against Sea Dogs’ left-hander Drake Britton. Thirteen batters and nine consecutive hits later, Trenton had its fourth straight victory, 9-2, in front of a paid crowd of 7,095.

Prior to Friday night, the Thunder (37-35) had scored only 46 runs in the entire month of June and Britton had allowed only seven runs over his 37 previous innings. The Major League record for most consecutive hits in one inning is 11 set by the Colorado Rockies in 2010.

Who were those guys? Second baseman Jose Pirela became the first Thunder player since the start of the Yankees-Thunder affiliation in 2003 to collect two extra-base hits in an inning when he doubled and launched a three-run homer in the home sixth.

Pineda, expected to throw approximately 80 pitches for the Thunder Tuesday, has yet to appear in a game for the Yankees since being acquired from the Seattle Mariners in exchange for Jesus Montero and Hector Noesi on January 23, 2012. Pineda underwent surgery to repair an anterior labral tear in his right shoulder last April and missed all of 2012.