Friday, August 29, 2014
Inquirer Daily News
Burnett says he learned from N.Y. struggles
Posted on Thu, Mar 13, 2014
SARASOTA, Fla. - The tattoos that coat A.J. Burnett's arms, legs, and torso leave so little unmarked skin exposed that it's as though he actually has one amorphous, flesh-toned piece of art adorning his body. At first glance, he has always had the look of a hell-raiser, not of the sort of reliable, veteran pitcher who is supposed to stabilize the Phillies' starting rotation this season.
»Read story: Burnett says he learned from N.Y. struggles
POLL: When will the Phillies be contenders again?
Follow the Phillies: Download our FREE Pro Baseball app!
VOTE: Should MLB reconsider Rose's ban?
WATCH: Daily fantasy baseball updates
WATCH: Latest Phillies highlights

comments powered by Disqus
Latest Videos:
Also on
Stay Connected