A.J. Burnett

Pittsburgh Pirates #34 - Starting Pitcher

  • Born: 01/03/77
  • Age: 44
  • Height: 6'4"
  • Weight: 227
  • Bats/Throws: R/R

This Day in Yankees History: Andy Pettitte retires ... the first time

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In addition to the start of Pettitte’s sabbatical, an all-time skipper earns a one-way trip to the Hall and the Yankees make a couple of swaps.

SnakePit Hall of Fame 2021 ballot

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No clear-cut candidates this year, I’d say. But what do you think?

Congratulations to the Hall of Fame Class of 2021: [sad trombone]

No one makes the cut — and no player comes particularly close

Vote for the 2021 South Side Sox Hall of Fame!

Without a major addition to the ballot, it might be tough to elect anyone this year

Top 60 All-Time Greatest Blue Jays: #55 A.J. Burnett

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Allan James Burnett | RHP | 2006 - 2008 A.J. Burnett was born January 3, 1977 in North Little Rock, Arkansas. The Mets drafted him in the 8th round of the 1996 draft, one of 3 from that round who...

Remembering the last time the Yankees trusted youth in the rotation

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The ill-fated 2008 rotation is a cautionary tale for the 2021 Yankees.

This Day in Yankees History: The Boss buys the Yanks

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"Big Stein" and other investors bought the Yankees from CBS for $10 million. Decent deal.

Happy Birthday A.J. Burnett

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A.J. Burnett turns 44 today. A.J. had a pretty nice career, 17 seasons, 164-157 record, with a 3.99 ERA in 435 games, 430 starts. He started his career with the Marlins, played there for 7 seasons,...

Happy Birthday B.J. Ryan

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B.J. Ryan turns 45 today. Looking at his picture, he looks a lot like a former neighbor of mine, Scott. Off-topic, but I’m terrible with names. For a while there, I would relate them to a baseball...

This Day in Yankees History: Bombers sign Damon, Teixeira

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On this day in history, New York signed Johnny Damon and Mark Teixeira, who would be vital to their World Series championship in 2009.

This Day in Yankees History: Free agents sign, free agents leave

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The Yankees signed A.J. Burnett on this day in 2008, while Robinson Canó officially departed five years later.

All-Time Marlins Countdown: Chapter 56

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From the franchise’s inaugural season to the 2020 postseason run, these Marlins players deserve a mention.