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Yankees' puny O comes up big again

Bombers, using similar formula on offense, gut out win in series finale against M's

Updated: June 10, 2013, 9:22 AM ET
By Wallace Matthews | ESPNNewYork.com

SEATTLE -- By just about every measurable yardstick, the New York Yankees' offense is decidedly below average.

They rank 10th in the AL in runs scored, 13th in hits, 12th in on-base percentage, 11th in team OPS and only three clubs in the league have a lower team batting average than their .245. Right now, the second-highest batting average in their lineup, .276, belongs to Chris Stewart, the prototypical "defensive catcher."

And yet, through the first 63 games of their ...

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