CC Sabathia

#52SP,
W
6
L
4
ERA
3.51
K
77
BB
29
Height: 6' 6"
Weight: 300
Bat: L
Throw: L
Born:
College: None
Birth Place: Vallejo, California
Draft: 1998 1st round (20th pick) by the
  • CC Sabathia allowed four runs on four hits over 5 2/3 innings while taking a no-decision in Saturday's win over the Indians.
    Advice: Sabathia gave up solitary runs in the first and third innings, but the sixth proved to be the truly problematic frame for the veteran southpaw. The Yankees held a 4-2 lead entering the bottom of the inning, but with runners standing on second and third and two men down, Brandon Guyer came through with a two-run infield single which included somewhat sloppy throws from Miguel Andujar (to first) and Greg Bird (to home). Sabathia finished his evening having struck out a modest two while issuing two walks. He heads into the All-Star break the owner of a 3.51 ERA, 1.27 WHIP and 77/29 K/BB ratio in 18 starts covering an even 100 innings. If the season ended today, his current earned-run mark would be his lowest since 2012.
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  • CC Sabathia didn’t have it Monday in Baltimore, getting touched up for five runs over five-plus innings in a loss.
    Advice: Sabathia was teetering most of the night before Danny Valencia delivered a knockout blow with a three-run homer in the sixth inning. A Neil Walker misplay that was somehow ruled a double prior to the dinger didn’t help, but there’s no getting around that Sabathia struggled in this one. He gave up seven hits – including a pair of home runs – while walking three. It was the big lefty’s shortest start since late May. Sabathia will try to bounce back this weekend in his old stomping grounds in Cleveland.
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  • CC Sabathia didn’t have it Monday in Baltimore, getting touched up for five runs over five-plus innings in a loss.
    Advice: Sabathia was teetering most of the night before Danny Valencia delivered a knockout blow with a three-run homer in the sixth inning. A Neil Walker misplay that was somehow ruled a double prior to the dinger didn’t help, but there’s no getting around that Sabathia struggled in this one. He gave up seven hits – including a pair of home runs – while walking three. It was the big lefty’s shortest start since late May. Sabathia will try to bounce back this weekend in his old stomping grounds in Cleveland.
    Rotoworld