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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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  • Drama at Virginia Tech, calm at Virginia on football's signing day

    Drama at Virginia Tech, calm at Virginia on football's signing day
    After months of commitments, analysis and changes of heart, after a morning and afternoon of decision, commotion and confusion, National Signing Day comes to this: The football staffs at Virginia and Virginia Tech are genuinely jazzed about their 2012...
  • It's time to gaze at All-Stars

    Every team has its guy — a fringe candidate it believes should be recognized as an All-Star. For the Rays, it's Kyle Farnsworth, the journeyman reliever manager Joe Maddon refuses to call his closer, even though he entered the weekend 15 of 16 in...
  • Peter Angelos should spend his Exxon money on Prince Fielder

    Peter Angelos should spend his Exxon money on Prince Fielder
    Orioles owner Peter Angelos will be adding a sizable chunk of change to all of his mesothelioma money after his law firm successfully convinced a Baltimore County jury to force Exxon Mobil to pay more than $495 million in damages to local families and...
  • Sabathia Shines, Yankees Complete Series Sweep

    Sabathia Shines, Yankees Complete Series Sweep
    C.C. Sabathia’s teammates and fans have come to expect exceptional pitching and a win whenever the big ace takes the mound. But his outing yesterday surpassed all expectations. Pitching against his former team, Sabathia struck out 13, only gave up...
  • Whispers

    CC Sabathia, who joins Justin Verlander on the list of pitchers ruled out of the All-Star Game because they are set to work next Sunday, says he would rather go to the Bahamas on vacation than Phoenix. The bet is he'll be there anyway. … Sabathia...
  • Gaby Sanchez named to NL All-Star team; only Marlins player selected

    Gaby Sanchez named to NL All-Star team; only Marlins player selected
    On Saturday when he was asked about the possibility of being named an All-Star, Marlins first baseman Gaby Sanchez said teammate Anibal Sanchez would get his vote. But National League All-Star manager Bruce Bochy had the vote that counted, and Bochy used...
  • Who doesn't deserve to be in All-Star Game?

    Beltran, not McCutchen? Juan C. Rodriguez Sun Sentinel Among the biggest head-scratchers is how Mets right fielder Carlos Beltran made his sixth All-Star team at the expense of Pirates center fielder Andrew McCutchen making his first. Beltran is...
  • Playing with swing in his step

    The psychoanalyst Helene Deutsch once said "the ultimate goal of all research is not objectivity, but truth." It's in that spirit that we conclude Curtis Granderson should be the American League's first-half Most Valuable Player. A crowd of players...
  • Sabathia Shuts out Rays, Yanks Win 1-0

    Sabathia Shuts out Rays, Yanks Win 1-0
    If neither team scores an earned run, how is there a winner? Tampa Bay's James Shields committed a costly throwing error in the 7th to allow the only run of the game, even though it was not earned. Couple that with C.C. Sabathia's complete game shutout...
  • Pick the winner, MVP of the All-Star Game

    NL behind pitchers Phil Rogers Chicago Tribune Don't blink, or you might miss the All-Star Game. Two prevailing trends suggest a 3-1 victory by the National League in this the Year of the Pitcher II. Scoring is down, which is likely to eliminate...
  • Whispers

    There's a reason teams aren't excited about their players participating in the Home Run Derby. Entering the weekend, the eight hitters who participated in this month's All-Star Game event had batted .266 in the second half, with terrible power numbers...