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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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  • Mark Reynolds homers again

    Mark Reynolds homers again
    I think it is fair to say that Mark Reynolds is on a bit of a tear. In Saturday’s second inning, Reynolds hit a 91-mph fastball from CC Sabathia for his 21st home run of the season. It also was his ninth in nine games and seventh in September....
  • Nick Markakis on his thumb: 'I knew I broke it'

    Nick Markakis on his thumb: 'I knew I broke it'
    Orioles right fielder Nick Markakis’ broke his left thumb in the fifth inning of Saturday’s 5-4 win against the New York Yankees and is lost for at least six weeks, putting the club’s leadoff hitter and most tenured player out for the...
  • Yankees' 4-6-5-6-5-3-4 triple play thwarts any hopes for a late Orioles rally

    NEW YORK -- After the Yankees turned one of the weirdest triple plays you’d ever see in the eighth inning of the Orioles' 5-2 loss Friday night, the Yankees’ celebration was fitting for the act. Left-hander CC Sabathia pumped his fist in the...
  • Joe Saunders will pitch Game 4 of ALDS for Orioles

    Joe Saunders will pitch Game 4 of ALDS for Orioles
    It was a bit of a surprise, although considering how well Joe Saunders pitched in his last win-or-go-home outing, maybe it shouldn’t have been. Orioles manager Buck Showalter announced after Wednesday’s game that the veteran lefty would get...
  • Orioles fall to Yankees in Game 5 of the ALDS, ending improbable season

    Orioles fall to Yankees in Game 5 of the ALDS, ending improbable season
    NEW YORK – Whether the path of Nate McLouth's towering fly ball was interrupted by the right-field foul pole at Yankee Stadium will likely be discussed in Baltimore for years to come. But when it fell harmlessly into the second deck of seats as a...
  • Jason Hammel did his job, keeping Orioles in Game 1 of ALDS

    Jason Hammel did his job, keeping Orioles in Game 1 of ALDS
    Orioles right-hander Jason Hammel had waited nearly a month to pitch in a game. It had been almost three years since he had last started in the postseason. Sunday's outing may not have been exactly as Hammel would have scripted it, but for the Orioles,...
  • Crystal ball time

    Crystal ball time
    Now that I’ve taken my message board beating for picking the Texas Rangers to defeat the Orioles in the wild-card game, no one seriously believes that I would have the guts to pick the Yankees to win the Division Series. And I don’t. Not...
  • 'We will be back next year'

    'We will be back next year'
    NEW YORK — The Orioles clubhouse was hushed as a red-eyed Buck Showalter emerged moments after the 3-1 loss that ended his team's unexpected and thrilling 2012 season. One day, perhaps, the club might take solace in snapping the franchise's...
  • Ball hit toward foul pole in RF is latest Orioles-Yankees controversy

    Ball hit toward foul pole in RF is latest Orioles-Yankees controversy
    NEW YORK — It wasn’t as crucial as the missed call that defined both the 1996 American League Championship Series and the uneven relationship between the mighty New York Yankees and the Orioles. It certainly wasn’t as clear cut....
  • Buck Showalter won't stray from his relievers now

    Buck Showalter won't stray from his relievers now
    Since the start, these Orioles have been wildly unpredictable -- and I mean that in a good way -- which is why they will go down as one of the most lovable teams in Baltimore sports lore. But there have been a few constants for a team that probably had to...
  • Nick Markakis suffers setback in recovery from broken left thumb

    Nick Markakis suffers setback in recovery from broken left thumb
    ST. PETERSBURG -- The possibility of Orioles right fielder Nick Markakisreturning from a broken left thumb in time to help the Orioles in the postseason took a hit Monday. Markakis saw hand specialist Dr. Brian Schofield before the Orioles’...