April is a month where a team works out its kinks and tries to establish an identity for their upcoming season. If that’s so, the New York Yankees showed the baseball world a lot, including having the lowest-scoring offense in baseball. Yes, you read that correctly. The Yankees finished April a dismal 8-14, placing last in the American League East, the only team without 10 wins.

Here is the Yankees report card for their offense, starting pitching, and bullpen for the month of April.

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Cory is a third baseman and pitcher at Susquehanna University with a passion for playing, writing, and learning about baseball. You can follow him on twitter @Cbearr57 or @BaseballQuotes1 and contact him at CJFallon@me.com

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