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New York Mets: 5 Reasons Their Rotation Is Superior to the Yankees

Entering the season, the New York Yankees were lauded for their starting rotation depth while the New York Mets were mocked. As the 2012 season has entered its second month, it is becoming clear that the level of talent may not be quite what was expected. Obviously, the Yankees took a huge hit with the loss of the newly acquired Michael Pineda, but the Mets lost Mike Pelfrey for the season as well.
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