Back spasms, bobbleheads and rain, oh my!

It has been an eventful day in Yankeeland. Okay, I'm lying, it has been an eventful past hour or so. If you missed it, Carlos Carrasco was suspended for throwing at Kevin Youkilis and now there's more news from the Bronx.

First up, Andy Pettitte's start on Sunday has been moved. Hiroki Kuroda will be pitching in his place. The reason? Pettitte's back had been bothering him the past few days and it locked up on him last night.

I've had back spasms many times. They're not fun. So the rotation for this weekend's series against the Orioles will now be CC Sabathia tonight, Phil Hughes tomorrow and Kuroda on Sunday night.

Next, the Yankees are offering a pretty cool ticket package. From yankees.com:

The New York Yankees announced they have added four limited-edition collectible player bobblehead dates presented by AT&T to their 2013 promotional calendar. The set of four is the first series in a three-year collection of 12 Yankees bobbleheads. This marks the first time in 10 years the Yankees will hold a player bobblehead promotion.

The list of games for 2013 are:

And finally, the Yankees seem to have a rain cloud following them this week. After two rained out games in Cleveland, that same dreary weather has made its way to the NYC area and tonight's game may be in jeopardy. If the weather does affect tonight's game, the rotation they announced earlier today will more than likely be pushed back.

Stay tuned.