4 Startling Statistics from the New York Yankees' Season Thus Far

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4 Startling Statistics from the New York Yankees' Season Thus Far
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Derek Jeter and A-Rod have combined to play one game this season.

The New York Yankees have certainly had their share of ups and downs in the first half of 2013.

In spite of numerous injuries to key players, as well as their replacements, the team has somehow managed to remain in the AL East race.

Last season's squad won the most games in the American League (95) and reached the ALCS where they fell to the Detroit Tigers

A look at this year's version of the "Bombers" reveals a much different team than the 2012 club and, more specifically, shows four startling statistical contrasts to last season. 

This article will take a look at those differences.

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