CC Sabathia RUMORS & NEWS

  • Yankees' CC Sabathia has Grade 2 hamstring strain

    ESPN "New York Yankees left-hander CC Sabathia was diagnosed with Grade 2 left hamstring strain Wednesday and could be out at least four weeks. The Yankees have yet to place Sabathia, whose next scheduled start would have been Sunday, on the disabled list. He injured the hamstring pushing off the..." June 15

  • Yankees waiting before making decision on CC Sabathia’s injured hamstring

    New York Daily News "The Yankees still don't know what they're going to do with CC Sabathia just yet. Sabathia suffered a grade 2 left hamstring strain on his second-to-last pitch of the fourth inning in Tuesday night's loss to the Angels, and left the game following the end of the frame. He underwent an MRI on..." June 14

  • A look at Yankees options to fill Sabathia void after he suffered a hamstring injury

    CBS Sports "Tuesday night, the Yankees lost more than just a ballgame to the Angels (LAA 3, NYY 2). They also lost veteran lefty CC Sabathia to a hamstring injury. He felt a tug throwing a pitch in the middle of the fourth inning and had to be removed from the game. Afterwards, manager Joe Girardi told..." June 14

  • Would Yankees move on from CC Sabathia if struggles continue?

    Fanrag Sports "CC Sabathia has been pretty lousy lately, but the Yankees starter is not going anywhere just yet. The southpaw hit the ground running to begin the season. New York won each of Sabathia’s first three outings as he went 2-0 with a 1.47 ERA and .182/.270/.227 slash line against in 18.1 innings. He..." May 15

  • CC Sabathia’s spot in Yankees rotation may not be safe much longer

    New York Daily News "The Yankees need more from CC Sabathia than they’re getting. Sabathia’s spot in the rotation may be safe for now. After all, he’s making $25 million, he pitched well last season and he deserves a little more time to figure this thing out. But it won’t be if his struggles continue. The..." May 10

  • CC Sabathia says he’s only been called the N-word in Boston

    Hardball Talk "Last night, Orioles outfielder Adam Jones said he was taunted by Red Sox fans at Fenway Park with racist slurs and one fan even threw peanuts at him. The Red Sox and Major League Baseball both issued public apologies to Jones and the Orioles. In the aftermath, Boston fans have become very..." May 02

  • Sabathia: Yankees' rotation will surprise some people

    MLB.com "As the Yankees complete each turn through their spring rotation, CC Sabathia is growing more excited about what the regular season could hold. Sabathia got his work in with four innings of three-run ball in the Yankees' 5-4 Grapefruit League loss to the Orioles on Saturday, and the veteran..." March 18

  • Is C. C. Sabathia rebelling against Yankees’ facial hair policy?

    Sportress of Blogitude "C.C. Sabathia on Tuesday made his spring training debut, throwing two scoreless innings in the New York Yankees’ 7-6 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays. But it was the pitcher’s facial hair that turned out to be the major talker afterward. The way Sabathia was sporting his facial hair is in..." March 08

  • Yankees' CC Sabathia tries to counsel Dellin Betances

    Newsday "In private, Dellin Betances expressed to CC Sabathia some of the same anger he would relay to the media later in the day, maybe even more. “Yeah [he was angry], and I knew he would be,” Sabathia said Saturday. “It’s just one of those things where at some point, I think, every player learns the..." February 19

  • Sabathia believes Pineda has the talent to win a Cy Young

    MLB.com "Michael Pineda beamed on Wednesday morning when he heard what Yankees left-hander CC Sabathia had said a day earlier, lauding the right-hander as having the potential to bring home hardware in any given season. "Big Mike, I always come in to Spring Training and say this is the year he's going..." February 16

  • CC Sabathia Plans to Pitch Beyond 2017

    12 Up "It seems like every year the New York Yankees are having a farewell tour for a prominent member of their former success. From 2011-2014 the Yankees bid farewell to Jorge Posada, Andy Pettitte, Mariano Rivera, and Derek Jeter--the core members of their 4 titles from 1996-2000. To a lesser..." January 18