Is the Yankees Rotation Strong Enough for a World Series Run?
With CC Sabathia as the ace, Hideki Kuroda as a strong No. 2 and Andy Pettitte set to come back in September, do the New York Yankees have a starting rotation good enough to make it to the World Series?
Are the Yankees too dependent on Pettitte's comeback? If he doesn't return, is Freddy Garcia a suitable replacement? Should general manager Brian Cashman have traded for a starting pitcher at the July 31 trade deadline?
Bleacher Report's MLB Lead Blogger Ian Casselberry and Pop Culture Lead Blogger Gabe Zaldival discuss the Yankees' chances.
How do you see it? What did we miss? Is the Yankees' pitching strong enough for a World Series run? Sound off in the comments section below.
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