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Yankees: CC Sabathia injury update

The New York Yankees placed pitcher CC Sabathia on the 15-day DL after an MRI confirmed that he has fluid build-up on his right knee. Sabathia joins comrades Ivan Nova and Michael Pineda. Nova is out for the season after having Tommy John surgery; and Pineda went on the DL after straining a muscle in […]

Yankees: Sabathia needs to eat and Jeter needs to move

After yesterday’s 5-1 loss to the Tampa Bay Rays, I am running out of excuses to prove looking the other way any longer. As Derek Jeter and CC Sabathia continue to endorse themselves as the New York Yankees two weakest links, maybe they could use some better baseball training equipment, who knows. And regrettably, the […]

Yankees: Losing on April Fools Day was appropriate

Opening Day APRIL FOOLS?!? Unfortunately that answer is no, as the 2014 New York Yankees were not playing a joke on fans at all. As the Opening Day, 2-6, loss to the Houston Astros was real, did happen and it counts. Starter CC Sabathia got shelled, as he was tagged for six runs by the […]

Yankees: Tonight rests on CC Sabathia

The New York Yankees (10-7) are down in Tampa Bay, Florida to face the pesky Rays (8-10) in a three game set. It is the first the division rivals play each other this season, so you can bet the series will be a dogfight. Tonight veteran ace CC Sabathia is on the bump at dumpy […]

Yankees: CC-ing Dr. James Andrews oh my

Most baseball fans probably read this already either in the NY Daily News, NY Post or any national newspaper that New York Yankees fans ace CC Sabathia has an appointment with Dr. James Andrews this week. The doctor’s visit is to get answers about why Sabathia’s left elbow, the one that landed on the 15-day […]

New York Yankees: Not exactly the start I was hoping for

The 2012 Opening Day between the Yankees and Rays was not exactly the start New York fans were hoping for, as the game was more than just a loss. The Yankees were entering the bottom of the ninth with a 6-5 lead, and skipper Joe Girardi called on Mariano Rivera to finish off the Rays. […]