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Yankees can't count on A.J. Burnett

Now 30-30 as a Yank, righty's A-plus talent has continually produced C-plus results

Updated: June 25, 2011, 1:29 PM ET
By Ian O'Connor | ESPNNewYork.com

NEW YORK -- A.J. Burnett was wearing camouflage pants and a dark T-shirt exposing his tatted-up arms as he stood in the home clubhouse, looking more like a weekend warrior preparing for a game of paintball than a big league pitcher preparing for a historic start.

Yes, it would be historic in a way you would imagine Burnett making history -- in bitter defeat. In the top of the sixth Friday night, right out of left field, Burnett became the very first man in 108 years of New York Yankees ...

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