Fear not Yankees. Bryan Bullington is gone.
The Royals journeyman who held the Yankees to two hits through eight innings back in August has left Kansas City to sign with the Hiroshima Toyo Carp of Japan’s Central League.
If his Major League career is over, the win against the Yankees will certainly stand as Bullington’s high point. It’s his only victory in 26 big league appearances. A.J. Burnett threw a complete game that day, but Bullington baffled the Yankees lineup.
The first overall draft pick in 2002, Bullington turned out to be a complete bust. Except for one game.