Report Cards: Grading the Yankee Season

Posted: 30th September 2009 by Vito Calamito in MLB
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First off, I would just like to say congratulations to the New York Yankees on their AL East Division Championship. It is well earned and well deserved. As another Frank Sinatra song says, "And now, the end is near," so it is time to see who performed well and who underperformed. Here is my individual grading for each of the Yanks' seasons. Let's start with the rotation. á CC Sabathia: A CC came in this year with a big contract and big expectations, and he has performed just as expected. He has 19 wins thus far and could possibly have his first 20-win season before the end of the week. With an average ERA and a dominant second half, this ace is primed for the postseason and a great career with the Yanks. á A.J. Burnett: B This would have been an A, but I had to settle for average. Burnet ...

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