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  1. #1201
    werkt fir mee Huktonfonix's Avatar
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    Re: What happens with Burnett?

    Quote Originally Posted by mentalgidget View Post
    Who did AJ piss off in the organization to warrant this write-up in the Yankees official press release...
    In his three seasons with the club he went 34-35 with a 4.79 ERA (584.0IP, 311ER) in 99 games (98 starts). His 58 wild pitches recorded during his three-year stint with the Yankees (2009-11) were the most for any Major League pitcher over a three-season span since Tony Cloninger threw 62 wild pitches from 1964 through 1966, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.

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    Who didn't AJ piss off in the organization?
    42 is the answer

    Gets to see even more of AJ Burnett now!

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    Re: What happens with Burnett?

    It appears he is not blaming the Yankees for messing with him.

    http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/ba...icle-1.1025713

  3. #1203
    Lets go Yankees BxBomber44's Avatar
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    Re: What happens with Burnett?

    I could honestly care less about everything AJ did while he was on the Yankees, because game 2 of the 09 world series was the biggest game in the past 3 years and he pitched flawlessly, and is a HUGE reason we were able to win that series. (if not the biggest)


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    Re: What happens with Burnett?

    Quote Originally Posted by mentalgidget View Post
    Who did AJ piss off in the organization to warrant this write-up in the Yankees official press release...
    In his three seasons with the club he went 34-35 with a 4.79 ERA (584.0IP, 311ER) in 99 games (98 starts). His 58 wild pitches recorded during his three-year stint with the Yankees (2009-11) were the most for any Major League pitcher over a three-season span since Tony Cloninger threw 62 wild pitches from 1964 through 1966, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.

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    I was at a Burnett 3 WP performance in 2009. I could have written that release myself.
    Mays played baseball. Mantle was baseball.

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