New York Post "When Masahiro Tanaka takes the Yankee Stadium mound on Sunday, it will mark the start of 2015 for the Yankees. Out since July 8 due to a small tear in the right UCL, Tanaka will start against the Blue Jays — if a bullpen session either Wednesday or Thursday doesn’t produce a physical problem..." September 17
Girardi says it's "very possible" that Tanaka's next outing could be for the Yankees.
New York Post "Masahiro Tanaka is scheduled to pitch a rehab game Monday in Tampa after coming out of Tuesday’s bullpen session feeling fine. The Yankees and the right-hander are trying to figure out whether Tanaka needs Tommy John surgery before the end of the season, and still hope to get him on a major..." September 11
New York Daily News "Masahiro Tanaka’s setback turned out to be nothing more than a speed bump. For now, anyway. Tanaka threw 45 pitches over three innings of a simulated game on Tuesday, reporting none of the general arm soreness that shut him down for nearly two weeks following his last simulated game on August..." September 10
ESPN New York "Masahiro Tanaka once again has been cleared by the New York Yankees' team doctor to rev up his throwing program in an effort to return this season from the slightly torn ligament in his pitching elbow. Tanaka, out for nearly two months, played catch Tuesday and reported no problems, according..." September 02
USA Today "The New York Yankees are optimistic that ace Masahiro Tanaka can return to help them in the pennant race in September after watching his performance Thursday morning in his first big test. Tanaka used all of his pitches without any signs of discomfort in a 49-pitch simulated game. He has been..." August 28
New York Post "All that remains in the mind of Masahiro Tanaka is rebuilding arm strength. If it were up to Tanaka, the Yankees would stamp “Healed” on his forehead and just count the days until he pitches again. Fortunately, such decisions are not up to the individual. Tanaka, who last pitched July 8,..." August 21
New York Daily News "Masahiro Tanaka isn’t close to rejoining Michael Pineda in the rotation, but the Yankees’ ace continues to make progress in his throwing program as he tries to rehab the partially torn ligament in his right elbow. Tanaka made 50 throws at 90 feet on Monday, reporting no problems. He will extend..." August 13
MLB.com "Masahiro Tanaka played catch again on Thursday at Yankee Stadium, tossing in the outfield at distances of 60 and 90 feet. The right-hander, who is hoping to avoid Tommy John surgery by rehabbing a partially torn ulnar collateral ligament, will stay with the team through this part of his rehab...." August 07
Tanaka made 50 throws today at higher intensity than monday, still felt good. Progress continues.
MLB.com "As expected, Masahiro Tanaka took the next step in his road to recovery Monday when he threw for the first time since getting injured July 8 in a start against Cleveland. Tanaka threw 25 pitches from 60 feet on flat ground in the outfield and said everything felt normal. The throwing session..." August 05
Yankees GM Brian Cashman says Masahiro Tanaka has a small tear in his UCL. Will have PRP injection. Yankees hope he's back in six weeks.
New York Post "One by one the Yankees walked into the clubhouse Wednesday at Progressive Field and heard the news Masahiro Tanaka was back in New York, getting an MRI exam on his aching right elbow. A room that is usually filled with chatter and laughter was unusually silent. To a man, the Yankees know..." July 10
Bombers Beat "Masahiro Tanaka is flying back to New York for an MRI on his right arm, according to the New York Post’s George A. King III. Tanaka had his worst start of the season last night against the Indians at Progressive Field, allowing five runs and 10 hits in 6 2/3 innings in a 5-3 loss. In the..." July 09
Baltimore Sun "It may have started in gut-punching fashion, but the Orioles left the Bronx on Sunday night feeling like they had just accomplished something significant. Not only did they dominate in Sunday’s rubber match with an 8-0 blowout of the New York Yankees, but they beat pitching sensation Masahiro..." June 23
Hardball Talk "YANKEES FAN 1: …Look! Ah! Oh! Oh! YANKEES FAN 2: He has given us a sign! CROWD: Oh! YANKEES FAN 1: He has given us… His chair! YANKEES FAN 2: The chair is the sign. Let us follow His example! YANKEES FAN 1: Let us, like Him, hold up one chair and let another be stacked against the..." May 31
New York Post "The old and the new combined to turn the White Sox blue Sunday. Derek Jeter, the retiring captain and longest tenured Yankee who was honored by the White Sox before the game, and Masahiro Tanaka, the rookie pitching sensation, carried the Yankees to a dominating, 7-1, win before a sold-out crowd..." May 26