Found October 03, 2011 on
Zell's Pinstripe Blog:
Yankees (1-1) vs. Tigers (1-1)
LHP CC Sabathia (0-0, 4.50) vs RHP Justin Verlander (0-0, 9.00)
The game will take place at Comerica Park in Detroit, Michigan. It’s scheduled to start at 8:30p.m. ET. The game will be televised on TBS. The game can be heard on the WCBS 880 radio station.
Filed under: Yankees Gameday, Yankees Postseason Tagged: ALDS, American League Division Series, CC Sabathia, Comerica Park, Detroit, Detroit Tigers, Game #3, Justin Verlander, Michigan, New York Yankees, Postseason, TBS, WCBS 880
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Since my Facebook page is blowing up this morning about C.C. Sabathia‘s strike zone last night, I figured I’d investigate. Yankees fans, and the Yankees manager, are all over last night’s home plate umpire, Gerry Davis, claiming that Sabathia got squeezed. If only there was a way to find out…. Whalla! I give you PITCHf/x!
Here is Sabathia’s location chart...
The long awaited Justin Verlander/ CC Sabathia finally took place tonight in game three of the first round of the playoffs (I hate calling it the ALDS). While it wasn't quite the pitching duel some may have expected, it was an entertaining and tension-filled game from start to finish.
Tigers ace Justin Verlander allowed a lead off single to Derek Jeter and a triple to Curtis...
Neither C.C. Sabathia nor Justin Verlander had much success in their efforts to persuade their respective managers to allow them to pitch Game 2 on Sunday.
Joe Girardi didn’t like the way the strike zone was called Monday night:
Joe Girardi was fuming over Gerry Davis’ inconsistent strike zone Monday night, but his players seemed to accept it as part of the game.
Davis appeared to be squeezing CC Sabathia in the early innings – Sabathia walked four of the first six batters, matching his season high before he had recorded an out...
Listening to Joe Girardi explaining why it wasn't the right thing to do, bringing back CC Sabathia to pitch last night after he'd "taxed" himself by throwing 27 pitches before the rains suspended Game 1 of the division series, and then hearing his Tigers counterpart Jim Leyland give the same assessment on his ace, Justin Verlander, once again illustrated how drastically...
If the Tigers lose today, CC Sabathia will get the ball in a potential clincher. Max Scherzer hopes to avoid that and even up the series against the Yankees' Freddy Garcia. Follow the action here.
If the Yankees are coming home to the Bronx Thursday night for a game 5 in this opening round of the American League Divisional Series against Detroit, it will be the pitching that them there. Because of a suspended game 1 Friday in the Bronx, the complexion of this series changed. And if New York is going to do it, their ace, CC Sabathia will be the one to get them to the ALCS next...
Robinson Cano grounded out to end the game with the potential tying runs on base. The aces C. C. Sabathia and Justin Verlander start in Game 3 on Monday.
I firmly believe that the winner of last night’s game was going to win the serious. Statistically, this isn’t a bold statement, but that was the game that had to be won last night. Justin Verlander gutted his way past the Yankees, and Delmon Young hit a timely solo home run to right field to give the Tigers the 5-4 win.
It’s easy to get mesmerized by the Yankees and the lineup...
The suspended game on Friday night was a wash for the New York Yankees and Detroit Tigers (pun intended). Detroit obviously has the advantage that the series is best of five instead of seven. This allows them to utilize the strengths of the roster and minimize its shortcomings that would be more prevalent over more games.
Verlander Must Win Two Games: The righthander has won twenty...
DETROIT -- Jim Leyland may not want to use Justin Verlander out of the bullpen in Game 5 tomorrow, but the Tigers ace has not given up hope that his manager might change his mind.
"I want to [be available], but he's the manager and if he says I...
Are you the kind of person who puts the pedal to the medal? Love flooring it on a jetski in open waters? Then you, my friend, should start checking out Detroit’s Justin Verlander on the mound against the NY Yankees:
The Detroit Tigers got the win last night against the NY Yankees going up 2-1 against the Yanks in the series and putting those new yorkers on the brink of elimination...
Curtis Granderson wins the IBWAA AL MVP. I’m a bit disappointed in the vote, as I had Justin Verlander at the top of my ballot:
The Internet Baseball Writers Association of America (IBWAA) announced the second of its 14 annual awards Monday, naming New York Yankees’ center fielder Curtis Granderson its 2011 American League Most Valuable Player.
Voting results are as follows...