Monthly Archives: August 2010

Everyone knows by now that A.J. Burnett is pitching terribly, leading to speculation that he, like Javier Vazquez, will be skipped in the rotation. Perhaps this will be the case, but it doesn’t seem like the solution for the Yankees or Burnett. First off, would skipping a turn actually benefit […]

Getting Burnett on Track

Manager Joe Girardi and the Yankees planned on limiting Phil Hughes’ inning last night by removing the pitcher early from the game and using Javier Vazquez. But it didn’t work out according to plan as Hughes needed 104 pitches just to get through 3.2 innings as he allowed five earned […]

Not According to Plan