Former Indians ace CC Sabathia officially retires from baseball; Tribe thanks him in heartfelt post

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Former Indians ace CC Sabathia officially retires from baseball; Tribe thanks him in heartfelt post
Former Indians ace CC Sabathia officially retires from baseball; Tribe thanks him in heartfelt post

CLEVELAND — All good things must come to an end. Left-hander CC Sabathia, who graced Major League mounds for 19 seasons, officially said goodbye to baseball on Monday. The 39-year-old had already announced 2019 would be his last year, and after his New York Yankees were eliminated by the Houston Astros on Saturday night, the ride was officially over. "Through the ups and downs, baseball has always been my home," Sabathia wrote on Twitter. "I'm going to miss going out on that mound, but it's time to say farewell." During those 19 seasons, CC won 251 games, made six American All-Star appearances, and helped the Yankees win the 2009 World Series. This past April, he also became just the 17th pitcher

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