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Analyzing the Yankees’ Rotation “Problem”

Published by on June 4, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - MLB

After activating Chien-Ming Wang from his rehab assignment on May 22, the Yankees found themselves in a bit of a predicament—they now found themselves with six capable pitchers to fill five slots.

Such is the life when you have too many starting pitchers.

This is definitely something the Yankees have not seen in a while. Last year, they had 12 different starting pitchers start games due to a combo platter of injuries and ineffectiveness.

(As a side note, there were technically 13 different pitchers who started games last year, as setup man Brian Bruney started on April 9 when rain threatened to wash out the game. For the sake of simplicity, I'm only using actual starting pitchers.)

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