* Cleveland's C.C. Sabathia turned in a throwback performance as the Indians outlasted Oakland, 5-2. Sabathia pitched a rarity these days, a complete game, and it was his second of the month, giving him an 11-2 record and tying him with Boston's Josh Beckett in the total win department. But here's what impressed me about Sabathia. In the ninth, he was in a bit of a jam with runners on second and third and two out. Instead of going to the bullpen, Indians manager Eric Wedge let Sabathia stay in the game (even though he was on his way to 111 pitches) and the starter struck out Mark Kotsay to end the game.