NEW YORK -- In addition to 27 World Series titles, 40 American League pennants, a $1.5 billion stadium and a $200 million payroll, it turns out the Yankees have something else no other team in baseball has.
Two rotations. One for their pitchers and another for their catchers.
Before Saturday's game against the Red Sox, manager Joe Girardi confirmed what many have suspected all along -- that there is one catcher when three of his starting pitchers go, and another catcher for the remaining ...
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