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CC SABATHIA RUMORS & GOSSIP

For #Yankees, Best Deal at Deadline May Be Rotation Shuffle, by @nyypete

Back in 1964, June 15th was the trade deadline. The Yankees were in the middle of a pennant race with Chicago and Baltimore much of that season. They had three reliable starters in their rotation in Whitey Ford, Al Downing and Jim Bouton. Three other pitchers, who were  in and out of  the rotation that year, Rollie Sheldon, Ralph Terry and Stan Williams, struggled with injuries...
Via Lady At The Bat
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This Ryan Rua inside-the-park HR probably sent CC to the hospital

Texas Ranger Ryan Rua smokes a ball to center field that gets by Yankees center fielder Jacoby Ellsbury, allowing Rua to race home for an inside-the-park home run. CC Sabathia, forced to run with all that good for his knees extra weight, had to go to the hospital after his latest debacle where he was treated for dehydration and or exhaustion.Follow us on Twitter for exclusive stories...
Via Bob's Blitz
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Sabathia hospitalized after Yankees' loss in 101-degree heat

  CC Sabathia was taken to the hospital with symptoms of dehydration after the New York Yankees' 7-6 loss at Texas on Thursday night. It was 101 degrees at the start of the game. Sabathia, moved up a day in the rotation to start after Michael Pineda was put on the disabled list earlier in the day, threw 80 pitches through one batter in the sixth inning. A Yankees spokesman said...
Via AP on Fox
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Sabathia dehydrated after Yankees' 7-6 loss in Texas

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) CC Sabathia was taken to the hospital with symptoms of dehydration after the New York Yankees' 7-6 loss at Texas on Thursday night. It was 101 degrees at the start of the game. Sabathia, moved up a day in the rotation to start after Michael Pineda was put on the disabled list earlier in the day, threw 80 pitches through one batter in the sixth inning. A Yankees...
Via AP on Fox
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Preview: Twins vs. Yankees

The Minnesota Twins may feel that this weekend represents a good opportunity for them to finally beat CC Sabathia at Target Field. Sabathia, however, just enjoyed one of his best outings of the year and a huge celebration for his 35th birthday. He'll try to improve to 5-0 in as many overall starts at Target Field on Saturday night and help the New York Yankees even this three-game...
Via Fox Sports North
7 days ago  |  Discuss

As the trade deadline appears, the Yankiverse hears one cruel name reverberating in the distance: Pap... El... Bon.

Yesterday, CC Sabathia seemingly deleted the top line on Brian Cashman's July 31 Christmas wish list: That ace pitcher who might magically whisk us back to 2009. At least for now, the Evils possess five worthy starters, a decent bullpen and more DH's than Donald Trump has tubes of Super-Glue to secure his coyote pelt. (Our merry-go-round at 2B includes the entire voting population...

New York Yankees: Team skips CC Sabathia’s scheduled start

CC Sabathia CC Sabathia, once the valued ace of the New York Yankees’ starting rotation, has been relegated to the bench for the team’s Independence Day game, making it the first time this year that the team has chosen to skip one of his scheduled starts. The struggling southpaw will be replaced on the mound by Michael Pineda, who, to be fair, has been resting for six days since...
Via isportsweb.com
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Sabathia's Failure To Transition From Ace Status Becoming Costlier & Costlier For Yankees

Full disclosure: I am a big CC Sabathia fan. I’ll forever remember his performance in 2009 in the regular season and the post season. Those two starts against the Angels in the A.L.C.S, the last on three days rest, were the exact reason the Yankees brought him in and paid him well more than any other team was even considering.The fireball throwing, fist pumping, roaring southpaw...
Via Lady At The Bat
June 24, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: CC Sabathia tossed after recording 2,500th strikeout

Yankees pitcher CC Sabathia had never been ejected from a game heading into Sunday’s matchup with the Angels, but even the longest streaks are made to be broken. Sabathia turned in a strong performance in the game, lasting six innings and giving up only five hits and two earned runs. He picked up his third win of the season, as the Yankees won the game, 6-2. However, Sabathia...
Via The Sports Daily
June 07, 2015  |  Discuss

CC Sabathia goes off about spring training stats

  CC Sabathia is having a brutal spring, but he certainly isn’t concerned about what that might mean for his regular season.   Sabathia was knocked around Saturday against the Pittsburgh Pirates’ minor-league affiliate, the latest in a growing line of disappointments this spring for the New York Yankees left-hander. Sabathia’s spring numbers are not pretty. Sabathia’s...
Via NESN.com
March 29, 2015  |  Discuss
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