CC Sabathia on how much he watches video.
The way CC Sabathia breaks it down, his stuff didn't feel drastically different than it had been in his last six starts. The end result was, however, as the big left-hander picked up his first victory since June 16 in the Yankees' 6-3 win over the Astros at Minute Maid Park.
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CC Sabathia on his win against the Astros.
HOUSTON (AP) CC Sabathia allowed just two runs in 6 2/3 innings to get back on track after a tough stretch and help the New York Yankees to a 6-3 win over the Houston Astros on Tuesday night. Sabathia (6-8) allowed four hits and struck out five to pick up his first win since June 16 after going 0-4 and allowing 31 runs - 29 earned - combined in his past six starts. Things didn...
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The YES Network crew takes a look at the CC Sabathia vs Doug Fister pitching matchup heading into the Yankees & Astros night game.
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...
While a small winning streak on a home stand following the All Star Break wasn’t going to change the direction of the Yankees’ season, it was a nice recess from the borderline-.500 slog of the first half. Unfortunately, Thursday’s 4-1 loss to the Orioles broke the four game run of success, also bringing the Yankees back to just one game over .500. According to the box score...
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...
CC Sabathia did something against the Blue Jays on Thursday that hadn’t been done in over 975,000 box scores since 1913: He pitched seven innings, gave up two runs—zero earned—on two hits with one walk and seven strikeouts. He unfortunately was saddled with the loss thanks to the defense behind him and to the Yankees’ offense which was stymied by J.A. Happ to the tune of...
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