Kuroda Comes Up Empty

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Kuroda Comes Up Empty
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Over his past two starts, Hiroki Kuroda has pitched 16-1/3 innings, allowed eight hits, walked one, struck out 12 and allowed just one measly run. And yet, he has just one win to show for his troubles, since the Yankees bullpen -- in this case, the normally dependable David Robertson -- blew a three-run lead Saturday to the Blue Jays. And although the team came back to win, 5-3, in 11 innings, Kuroda had to settle for a no-decision.

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