CC Sabathia is now in a two-start groove.

The Yankee ace followed up last Friday’s gem against the Red Sox by firing 4.2 perfect innings to open Wednesday's series finale against the Indians and going the distance in the Yankees’ 6-4 win over the Indians. It’s Sabathia’s first complete game this season.

After losing seven of eight, the Yankees swept a three-game set from Cleveland, and after going winless for five starts, Sabathia is now 2-0 in his last two turns. He hurled 7.1 innings of one-run ball, striking out 10 last Friday against the Red Sox. On Wednesday, he allowed seven hits, fanning nine in a 116-pitch workday.

The Yankees leaped out to a 6-0 lead in the first two innings, thanks to a pair of homers off righty starter Corey Kluber. In the first inning, Travis Hafner slammed a two-run shot into the second deck in right field, and an inning later, Brett Gardner followed Chris Stewart’s RBI single with a three-run blast to right.

The Yankee offense, however, did zero after that, with just three hits over their final six innings.

Sabathia’s first baserunner came with two outs in the fifth when Mike Aviles blooped a single to left. In the sixth, Sabathia wasn’t hit hard but surrendered two runs on three straight singles, making it 6-2. Then in the seventh Yan Gomes drilled a two-run homer to left off the big lefty to cut the lead to 6-4.

Sabathia, whose fastball yesterday reached 93 mph several times, allowed nothing more, though, carrying the Yankees to their three-game sweep.