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TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- New York ace CC Sabathia made his spring training debut, allowing two runs and eight hits over five innings in the Yankees' 7-3 victory over the Miami Marlins on Friday.
The left-hander struck out two and walked one in his first game since arthroscopic surgery Oct. 25 to remove a bone spur from his left elbow. He pitched in several simulated games before making the start Friday.
Derek Jeter played shortstop flawlessly for the second time since ankle surgery last fall. The New York captain went 1 for 3, hitting a single between short and third in the third.
Francisco Cervelli hit a solo homer in the second, and Travis Hafner had a two-run shot in the third off John Maine. The Florida starter gave up three runs and three hits in three innings.
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Miami Marlins 3 — New York Yankees 7
CC Sabathia made his Spring debut in today’s 7-3 win over the Miami Marlins.
Travis Hafner was brought in this offseason to provide offense that would benefit from the short porch in right field at Yankee Stadium and today was his first true showing of power. In the 3rd inning, Hafner hit a no doubt two-run home run into right field...
CC makes his first start of the spring today.
CC Sabathia will be making his spring training debut this afternoon against the Marlins. Over the offseason he had elbow surgery and has been limited to two simulated games this spring.
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Philadelphia Phillies 7 — New York Yankees 0
Hiroki Kuroda gave up four runs in today’s 7-0 loss to the Philadelphia Phillies.
The Yankees offense was held off the scoreboard today. Derek Jeter and Kevin Youkilis were able to get a double in the game. Brett Gardner got a hit as well. Minor league infielder Walter Ibarra was the only Yankee to get two hits in today’s game...
For the first time this spring, New York Yankees starting pitcher C.C. Sabathia took the mound in a grapefruit league contest and told reporters he was pleased with his performance. Sabathia is recovering from an elbow surgery procedure he underwent this past offseason to remove a bone spur.
Facing the Miami Marlins, Sabathia pitched five innings and 64 pitches. He surrendered two...
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Brennan Boesch made his Yankees' debut, starting in right field and going 0 for 3 Saturday as a New York split squad lost 7-0 loss to the Philadelphia Phillies.
New York agreed to a one-year contract with Boesch on Friday. The Yankees will be without outfielder Curtis Granderson until at least May due to a broken right forearm.
Domonic Brown hit his fourth spring training homer...
After losing Nick Swisher as a free agent and Mark Teixeira and Curtis Granderson to preseason injuries, the New York Yankees have started adding again.
The Yankees have reached agreement with outfielder Brennan Boesch on a one-year contract, two sources confirmed to FOXSports.com. The team later confirmed the deal Friday night, which is worth $1.5 million according to Jon Heyman...
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reliever Joba Chamberlain, according to George A. King III of The New York
The Rangers sent Don Welke, a special assistant to general manager
Jon Daniels, to a Yankees’ spring training contest Monday specifically to watch
Chamberlain throw. King notes that the Rangers get the sense that the Yankees
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Sun, warm weather, and baseball. Every year in Florida and Arizona, MLB teams open up Spring Training camps in minor league stadiums and practice facilities. It brings the big leagues to communities that would otherwise never really see MLB action. The players are separated from the fans by a simple chain link fence, like a set of neighbors in the backyard. I have been lucky enough...