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C.C. Sabathia

C.C. Sabathia
Baseball player Carsten Charles "CC" Sabathia, born July 21, 1980, is a Cy Young-winning pitcher who currently plays for the New York Yankees. Sabathia, a three-time All Star, threw the first official pitch in the new Yankee Stadium on April 6, 2009. He previously played for the Cleveland Indians and Milwaukee Brewers. (Photo VIOREL FLORESCU / NEWSDAY)
Baseball player Carsten Charles "CC" Sabathia, born July 21, 1980, is a Cy Young-winning pitcher who currently plays for the New York Yankees. Sabathia, a three-time All Star, threw the first official pitch in the new Yankee Stadium on April 6, 2009. He previously played for the Cleveland Indians and Milwaukee Brewers. (Photo VIOREL FLORESCU / NEWSDAY) « Show less

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  • Roller coaster continues

     
    Talk about a weekend of highs and lows for the Yankees. They won five out of six on this road trip, which would normally leave them thrilled. That's particularly true given how up-and-down they've been thus far this season. All...
  • Hal's in the house

     
    Hal Steinbrenner was/is at the Stadium today. He's up fairly regularly, but we don't always see him when he stops by to visit with Joe Girardi in his office. Nothing out of the ordinary, Brian Cashman said. Just a visit....

    C.C. Sabathia might have made that play, or, um, not

     
    Veteran MLB official scorer Howie Karpin has a more relevant take on the whole C.C. Sabathia error/hit controversy than you or I do. Here it is....

    Brew Ha-Ha

     
    Have to say that was a little surprising. Sweeping the Brewers? I know the Mets didn't face the incredible C.C. Sabathia, and Ben Sheets only lasted five innings because of a groin injury, but this is a first-round playoff matchup...

    Wright, Delgado in top 10 for MVP

     
    By now, it's no secret that Albert Pujols won the NL MVP -- thereby vindicating the ballot of my colleague Ken Davidoff. The Mets had a decent showing with two players -- David Wright and Carlos Delgado -- in the...