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A.J. Burnett was burned for five runs on five hits and six walks but did strikeout 11 over seven innings of the no-decision versus the Mets Friday.

Seriously? You punch out 11 batters in seven innings but still allow five runs, to the Mets of all teams. Pretty perplexing, but we should expect nothing else from the strange bird that is Burnett who has now allowed three or more runs in each of his last five starts and it was just the third time in 12 starts that he has struck out more than six batters making Friday's surge in K's more a product of a free swinging opponent.ANALYST: Michael Pichan

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