New York Yankees: The 10 Most Disappointing Pitchers of the Last Decade

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New York Yankees: The 10 Most Disappointing Pitchers of the Last Decade
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Marquee names, high-powered offense and yearly championship contention are just a few of the consistent themes embedded in New York Yankees culture.

A more disturbing trend that has regularly reared its ugly face, however, is the team's long line of pitching disappointments.

Whether they've been acquired through trades, signed to bulky contracts or even brought up through the farm system, there have been quite a few promising pitchers gone bad. This unfortunate theme has been more prevalent over the last decade or so.

The most recent case perhaps is the one of the young Michael Pineda. But hopefully for the Yanks, his current shoulder injury won't have him jockeying for a spot on this list.

So in an effort to make all you Yankees fans cringe, here are the top 10 most disappointing pitchers to cross the franchise's path in the past 10 years.

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