$200M Payroll + No World Series Title = Failed Season For Yankees

Posted: 23rd October 2009 by Bill Robbins in MLB
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The 2009 New York Yankees came into the regular season with a lot of hope and promise. They splurged big time in their off-season by signing ace CC Sabathia, another ace in A.J. Burnett, and slugging first basemen Mark Teixeira. This was beginning to look like the most talented lineup and pitching staff that the Yankees have ever put out on the field. And, indeed it has been. New York has accomplished a lot this season with a plethora of talent. The pinstripers cruised through the regular season by winning over 100 games and leaving all their division foes in the dust. They have, for the most part, cruised through the playoffs, and could close out the LA Angels with a win tomorrow night. Now, throw all of these accomplishments aside, there is still something big that is missing from this N ...

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