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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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  • Gameday Live 91: Yankees vs. Tigers

     
    Maybe they were just tired. The Yankees (53-37) have rebounded well since the All-Star break, winning two in a row over the AL Central-leading Tigers (48-41) on the backs of C.C. Sabathia and A.J. Burnett, who allowed a combined four......
  • It's price-tag time for Lackey

     
    This is a huge series for the Angels, but it might be even bigger for John Lackey. Already widely acknowledged as the most impressive pitcher in the upcoming free-agent market, Lackey will sign a lucrative multi-year deal with someone, no......
  • Rain could dampen Yankees' pitching plans

     
    The Angels never would say they're rooting for a rainout in Game 1 of the American League championship series, but they must be hoping, privately. Here's the forecast for New York, which calls for showers for Friday (Game 1) and......
  • Yankees will be favored, but . . .

     
    The Yankees will be favored in the American League Championship Series. They have the most money, they have the biggest payroll and biggest names, they have the East Coast bias and they have every network television executive worth his latest......
  • Slide rule in effect for CC Sabathia against Angels

     
    The Angels are the only American League team with a winning record (79-66 including playoff games) against the Yankees since 1996, and they are 33-20 in their last 53 games against the Yankees, including a three-game sweep in Anaheim before......
  • They're only ALCS opinions . . .

     
    They're only ALCS opinions, but at least they're all mine: Let's see, we all have to wait until Friday for Game 1, and now rain threatens both weekend games in New York. Baseball has to do something about it's postseason......
  • Back to the bad old days

     
    The Angels played Game 1 of the ALCS the way they used to play all their playoff games against the Red Sox. They were tight, tentative, sloppy and, in the single biggest play of the game in the first inning,......
  • How can that happen?

     
    I know it's raining some. I know it's cold. I know it's a hostile ballpark. But, come on. How do you not catch a simple infield pop up in the 166th game of the season? After playing so smoothly and......
  • A vote for Angels karma

     
    Almost everyone has made an ALCS prediction by now, and I've heard and read logical arguments from both sides. But there is one thing nobody has yet taken into account. Call it Angels karma. It started to surface early, after......
  • Redemption Day

     
    It was Redemption Day for the Angels. Redemption for Vlad Guerrero, who hit his first playoff home run in five years to tie the score in the sixth inning. Redemption for Brian Fuentes, who pitched a pivotal clean inning in......
  • The Ace of (broken) hearts

     
    The Yankees have an "Ace," and the Angels don't. Really, that's been the difference in this ALCS so far. The Yankees' CC Sabathia has dispensed two xerox masterpieces, a pair of dominant eight-inning, low-hit, one-run performances, and the guys who......
  • A little perspective, and a 2010 plan

     
    As sad as it was to see the Angels fail to play "their game" in the ALCS, what happened in 2009 still has to be put in proper perspective. They had a terrific season under trying circumstances, overcoming tragedy and......