Sunday, May 22, 2011
From last August through Friday, including a postseason in which they kept with the pattern by winning one series and losing another, the Yankees were 57-53. That’s why it’s dangerous to view a recent 6-10 stretch as an aberration.
Just three seasons ago, the Yankees spent $209 million on salaries and missed the playoffs. That history is in danger of repeating itself.
Yep. All those games being started by Francisco Cervelli, Dustin Moseley and Javier Vazquez this year are going to really hurt them as 2011 progresses.
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