In a 9-4 loss to the Minnesota Twins, A.J. Burnett dealt with a bit of a poor strike zone but poor control and placement of pitches led to another bad outing.
The Yankees starting pitcher went 1.2 innings and many of his pitches were hit hard for a total of 7 runs on 5 hits and 3 walks. His last pitch of this short outing appeared to be a strike but he didn’t receive the call.
The highlight of the Yankees limited offense was Andruw Jones home run despite it coming when the game was far from over.
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