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CC Sabathia

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Surely the Yanks couldn't drop their eighth straight to the Sox with CC on the hill against Brad Friggin' Penny, right? I mean, this madness has to end at some point, doesn't it? Well, it didn't happen tonight. This one hurt more than the first seven combined. Full story

No Mo Ties

What began as a sick pitcher's duel between two of the nastiest southpaws in the game, ended with Mariano Rivera shaking his head as he was removed from a game in the middle of an inning for the second time this season. The moral of the story: I won't question Girardi again if he avoids using Mo in a tie game. Full story

Yanks and Rays Rained Out

Friday night's contest between the Yankees and Rays was washed away. No makeup date was announced, but Tampa will return to the Bronx Sept. 7 for a three-game set and both squads will have a day off Sept. 10. Full story

CC Cruises in Return to Cleveland

How did CC Sabathia's first start in Cleveland against the Indians work out? Well, the Yanks were up 7-0 before Cleveland scratched out their first hit. When all was said and done, even Jose Veras couldn't blow the lead he was handed. The Yanks won going away, 10-5. Full story

Bombers Battle Back (Again) But Fall in 11th

CC Sabathia went eight solid innings and Melky Cabrera stroked a game-tying, RBI-single in the bottom of the ninth, but Carlos Ruiz delivered a two-out, RBI-double in the 11th inning as the Phillies nipped the Yanks 4-3 in the Bronx. Full story

Make It Seven

You just have to love baseball. I mean, absolutely cannot live without it type of love. Take a look at the picture above. A guy with a gut like that is a complete stud when he's standing on a little bump of dirt 60 feet 6 inches away from home plate. What a sport. Tonight, CC was too much for the Orioles. Full story

Godzilla Leads Yanks Over Jays

CC Sabathia pitched eight solid innings, Derek Jeter contributed an RBI-single in his return from a strained right oblique muscle and Hideki Matsui (back from a tight right hamstring) drilled the eventual game-winning homer in the eighth as the Yanks edged the Blue Jays 3-2 in Toronto. Full story

Welcome Back, Nice To Meet You

Alex Rodriguez announced his return to the lineup by taking the first pitch he saw deep for a three-run bomb. It took CC Sabathia a little longer to show the Yanks what they paid for this Winter, but after a complete game shutout, I think the buyer's remorse is a thing of the past. Full story

Yanks Stumble Late As Halos Rally For Win

CC Sabathia was solid through six innings, but Howie Kendrick's infield RBI-single and Torii Hunter's two-run double keyed a four-run seventh and Matt Palmer pitched the game of his life as the Angels doubled up the Yanks 8-4 at the new Stadium. Full story

Verlander, Ordonez Too Much For Yanks

CC Sabathia fanned seven through eight, but Justin Verlander pitched seven scoreless frames and Magglio Ordonez drove in two runs as the Tigers topped the Yanks 4-2 in Detroit. The Bombers have dropped four straight and tumbled one game under .500 for the season. Full story

Indians Ruin Yanks' Home Opener

CC Sabathia gutted his way through 5 2/3 innings of one-run ball and Jorge Posada cracked a solo home run, but Jhonny Peralta snapped a 1-1 tie with a two-run double in the seventh and Grady Sizemore walloped a grand slam as the Indians shelled the Yanks 10-2 at the new Stadium. Full story

Worth Every CCent

First of all, the NY Post better pay me royalties when they steal this headline for their back page tomorrow. Now, the game. CC looked every bit like the guy who dominated both the American and National leagues over the past two seasons. Any concerns over his velocity were gone when he came out throwing 95+ in the first, and left after throwing a 95MPH heater 7.2 innings later, the game pretty much in the bag. Full story

Yanks' Ninth-Inning Rally Falls Short

Chien-Ming Wang never got on track, Nick Markakis homered and drove in three and a ninth-inning rally fell short when Hideki Matsui popped out with a runner on second to end the game as the Orioles downed the Yankees 7-5 in Baltimore. Full story

There Goes The Perfect Season

It's a long, long season. One loss doesn't mean a whole lot. By the time the first pitch is thrown on Wednesday, I'm sure we will have all thought those words, and for good reason. Today's game, in the grand scheme of things, didn't mean anything. Full story

Yankees, Orioles Opening Day Preview

The Yanks and O's square off in Baltimore. Here's a quick look at what to expect on Opening Day. Full story

Catching Up With The Yankees

The Bombers opened their Spring Training doors this week and everyone was invited. Let's take a quick look back at the week that was in Yankee Land. Full story

CC And AJ Are Officially Yankees

The Yankees held a press conference today to unveil their two newest acquisitions, CC Sabathia and AJ Burnett. Both guys said they're here to win. Both guys seem psyched. CC said he made his mind up 10 minutes after his final meeting with Cashman. Still no movement on the defense or the lineup, however. Full story

Blogs by Fans Roundtable -- Part III

This is the third part in a series dedicated to all things baseball. Questions have be posed and answers have been given. Part one of the Blogs by Fans roundtable featured Brian and Loge 13 and can be found here. Part two involved Loge 13 and El Lefty Malo and can be found here. Now it's my turn to answer El Lefty Malo's questions about the Yanks. And awaaaaay we go! Full story

CC Gets An Opt-Out Clause

The details of Sabathia's deal are emerging. It looks like the big lefty will get 7 years/$161M from the Yanks. The kicker, though, is an opt-out clause after the third year. Good news for Yankee fans? Full story

CC Says Yes to Yankees

I guess money does talk. CC Sabathia agreed to a reported six-year, $140 million deal with the Yankees today. There are other figures floating around, but I'll stick to the original number -- for now. Full story
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