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New York Yankees Brass Delusional Regarding Team’s Offensive Capabilities

into the 2011 season, and during the season itself, the conversation surrounding the Yankees centered almost entirely around an uncertain starting rotation. This talk was justifiable, of course, as the Yankees, in all games not begun by C.C. Sabathia, were typically starting someone who was either too brittle, too inexperienced, too unreliable or just too much of an unknown.

As the season progressed, though, the starting staff began to over-deliver on expectations on a routine basis. It is forgotten, for instance, that A.J. Burnett was actually a serviceable pitcher through June, posting an ERA that was just a shade above four during the first three months of the year.

Additionally, steady and sometimes spectacular performances ...

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