The New York Yankees have traded starting pitcher A.J. Brunett to the Pittsburgh Pirates, according to media reports.

Burnett helped New York win the 2009 World Series in his first year with the team, but he hasn't been the same since.

The Yankees signed the right-hander to a five-year, $82.5 million deal three years ago.

It may go down as one of the worst moves in the history of the franchise, but New York is known for throwing money at players who underperform.

Here are the 10 of the worst free-agent signings by the Yankees.