Brian McCann raves about CC Sabathia after his win over the Mariners.
CC Sabathia on his strong win over the Mariners.
Joe Girardi on CC Sabathia, Aaron Judge, the playoff hunt and more.
SEATTLE (AP) Jacoby Ellsbury hit a two-run homer and CC Sabathia pitched seven innings to win for the third time in two months, leading the New York Yankees over the Seattle Mariners 5-1 on Tuesday night. Sabathia (8-10) was 2-6 with a 6.78 ERA in his previous 11 starts. He gave up a run in the third inning on a triple by Leonys Martin and single by Ketel Marte, but allowed just...
Via Associated Press
SEATTLE — It took about two months, but the Yankees finally got the CC Sabathia they had been looking for. The only question is whether it’s too late. The big lefty delivered his best performance in a while in a 5-1 win over the Mariners on Tuesday night, and though the victory was much-needed, all...
Via New York Post
4 days ago
CC Sabathia discusses his 12-strikeout, seven-run outing against the Blue Jays and the necessity of cutting down on the number of home runs he allows.
SNY's Sweeny Murti reports from the Bronx, as CC Sabathia, Chase Headley, and Joe Girardi discuss the defensive errors that helped the Toronto Blue Jays take down the New York Yankees, 7-4, on Wednesday night at Yankee Stadium.
An arms race is brewing in Toronto. According to a report by Jon Heyman of Today’s Knuckleball, the Blue Jays sent scouts to watch both CC Sabathia and Andrew Cashner in their respective starts on Thursday. Heyman notes that the move could be an indication that Toronto is trying to acquiring another starter in order to shift All-Star right-hander Aaron Sanchez into a bullpen role...
C.C. Sabathia has delivered thousands of pitches during his 16-year major league career. Unfortunately, one on Thursday didn’t go as planned. During the sixth inning of the Yankees’ game against the Orioles, Sabathia was in the middle of his windup for a pitch to J.J. Hardy when the spikes of the veteran pitcher’s right shoe got caught in the mound dirt. The result was Sabathia...
Between the 2014 and 2015 seasons, New York Yankees left-hander CC Sabathia gave up more home runs per nine innings than any other MLB starting pitcher (min. 200 innings). His drop-off over the last few seasons was so dramatic that many people questioned whether he would ever be an effective big league starter again. Through his career, he has put so many miles on his big frame...
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