As a baseball season reaches its final month of regular season games, you should be able to tell what you have in a first-year player. You usually know well before that. We figured out by the All-Star break that Mark Teixeira was well worth the investment. Same goes for CC Sabathia. Nick Swisher was a bit more tricky, but as the summer wore on it became clear we had a productive goofball in the fold. But then comes the curious case of Allan James Burnett. We still have no idea what to make of the talented right-hander, now 29 starts deep into his first season with the Yankees. Can you honestly say you have any clue which Burnett will show up tonight against Felix Hernandez and the Mariners? Will it be the guy who one-hit the Mets at Citi Field in June, the same guy who, during a 12-start s ...
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