|Sep. 24 4:40 PM PT5:40 PM MT6:40 PM CT7:40 PM ET19:40 ET23:40 GMT7:40 CST4:40 PM MST6:40 PM EST7:10 PM VEN3:40 UAE (+1)6:40 PM CT-A day after the Yankees revealed his season-ending left hamstring strain, Sabathia is vowing he's going to be the New York's ace next year.
Analysis: A frustrating season for the 2007 AL Cy Young Award winner ended a week early when he sustained a Grade 2 left hamstring strain in a start against the San Francisco Giants on Friday. The Yankees revealed the injury on Monday, an off-day. Coming back from offseason elbow surgery, Sabathia went 14-13 with a 4.78 ERA, the highest of his 13-year career.
|Sep. 23 9:41 AM PT10:41 AM MT11:41 AM CT12:41 PM ET12:41 ET16:41 GMT0:41 CST9:41 AM MST11:41 AM EST12:11 PM VEN20:41 UAE11:41 AM CT-Sabathia will not pitch again for the New York Yankees this season because of a strained left hamstring.
Analysis: The Yankees said Monday that Sabathia was hurt Friday in his last start, when they beat the San Francisco Giants. They said the left-hander has a Grade 2 strain and would need approximately eight weeks to recover.
|Sep. 21 5:51 PM PT6:51 PM MT7:51 PM CT8:51 PM ET20:51 ET0:51 GMT8:51 CST5:51 PM MST7:51 PM EST8:21 PM VEN4:51 UAE (+1)7:51 PM CT-Sabathia gave up one run and seven hits over seven innings as the Yankees kept their playoff hopes alive with a 5-1 win over the Giants on Friday.
Analysis: Sabathia had been struggling with a 4-5 record and 6.58 ERA over his previous 11 starts.
|Aug. 14 11:35 AM PT12:35 PM MT1:35 PM CT2:35 PM ET14:35 ET18:35 GMT2:35 CST11:35 AM MST1:35 PM EST2:05 PM VEN22:35 UAE1:35 PM CT-Sabathia probably got credit for a win he didn't deserve in a 14-7 rout of the Los Angeles Angels on Tuesday night.
Analysis: Sabathia allowed three runs in six-plus laborious innings in which he walked six, including one to force in a run - but yielded just three hits. Still, he reached 10 wins for the 13th time in a 13-year career.
|Aug. 8 12:49 PM PT1:49 PM MT2:49 PM CT3:49 PM ET15:49 ET19:49 GMT3:49 CST12:49 PM MST2:49 PM EST3:19 PM VEN23:49 UAE2:49 PM CT-Sabathia lasted 7 1-3 innings Wednesday in a 6-5, 12-inning loss to the ChiSox.
Analysis: Sabathia had dropped his last four starts and would have won this one if Mariano Rivera didn't blow a save. He gave up three runs and five hits, remaining 10-1 at 'The Cell' - the home of the White Sox.
|Aug. 3 12:49 PM PT1:49 PM MT2:49 PM CT3:49 PM ET15:49 ET19:49 GMT3:49 CST12:49 PM MST2:49 PM EST3:19 PM VEN23:49 UAE2:49 PM CT-Sabathia suffered his fourth straight loss Friday night, 7-2 in San Diego.
Analysis: Sabathia (9-10, 4.78 ERA) has a 7.85 ERA in his last five outings and a 10.91 ERA in his last three. He allowed five runs and 11 hits in 5 2-3 innings in Friday's loss.
|July 27 12:35 PM PT1:35 PM MT2:35 PM CT3:35 PM ET15:35 ET19:35 GMT3:35 CST12:35 PM MST2:35 PM EST3:05 PM VEN23:35 UAE2:35 PM CT-Sabathia was booed out of the Bronx in Friday's 10-6 loss to the Rays.
Analysis: Sabathia has allowed 22 runs over 14 innings in his last three starts. He got a true Bronx cheer when he struck out Loney while escaping a bases-loaded, no-out jam in the third. Sabathia joined Chien-Ming Wang as the only Yankees pitchers since 1935 to allow at least seven runs in three straight starts.
|July 22 7:48 AM PT8:48 AM MT9:48 AM CT10:48 AM ET10:48 ET14:48 GMT22:48 CST7:48 AM MST9:48 AM EST10:18 AM VEN18:48 UAE9:48 AM CT-Sabathia was awful on national TV in Sunday's 8-7, 11-inning loss at Boston.
Analysis: He followed up his worst start of the year with one almost as bad. He allowed seven runs on nine hits, two walks and two hit batters, striking out five in five-plus innings. It was his first start since the lefty took a trip to the Caribbean during the All-Star break.
|July 10 9:14 AM PT10:14 AM MT11:14 AM CT12:14 PM ET12:14 ET16:14 GMT0:14 CST9:14 AM MST11:14 AM EST11:44 AM VEN20:14 UAE11:14 AM CT-Sabathia (9-7) gave up seven hits in his second complete game, Tuesday's 3-1 loss to KC.
Analysis: Sabathia has lasted seven or more innings in eight of his last nine starts.
|June 29 12:41 PM PT1:41 PM MT2:41 PM CT3:41 PM ET15:41 ET19:41 GMT3:41 CST12:41 PM MST2:41 PM EST3:11 PM VEN23:41 UAE2:41 PM CT-Sabathia (8-6) took a no-hitter and a 3-0 lead into the sixth, when it all came apart in Friday's 4-3 loss to Baltimore.
Analysis: Sabathia was vying for his 200th win.
|June 17 1:27 PM PT2:27 PM MT3:27 PM CT4:27 PM ET16:27 ET20:27 GMT4:27 CST1:27 PM MST3:27 PM EST3:57 PM VEN0:27 UAE (+1)3:27 PM CT-Sabathia allowed two runs in eight-plus innings of a 6-5 win over the Los Angeles Angels on Sunday.
Analysis: Sabathia has just a 4.95 ERA over his last six starts.
|June 6 12:14 PM PT1:14 PM MT2:14 PM CT3:14 PM ET15:14 ET19:14 GMT3:14 CST12:14 PM MST2:14 PM EST2:44 PM VEN23:14 UAE2:14 PM CT-Sabathia struck out nine and pitched his first complete game of the year to give his busy bullpen a rest and help New York finish off a sweep of the Indians with a 6-4 win over Cleveland.
Analysis: Sabathia improved to 5-2 with a 3.12 ERA at home. He's 1-2 with a 4.88 ERA on the road.
|June 1 12:32 PM PT1:32 PM MT2:32 PM CT3:32 PM ET15:32 ET19:32 GMT3:32 CST12:32 PM MST2:32 PM EST3:02 PM VEN23:32 UAE2:32 PM CT-Sabathia matched his season high with 10 strikeouts following two months of a puzzling drop in velocity, and New York got two key bats back Friday night in a 4-1 win over the Boston Red Sox that stopped a season-high, five-game losing streak.
Analysis: Sabathia allowed six hits and no walks in 7 1-3 innings. Coming back from offseason elbow surgery, he entered with an average fastball velocity of 90.2 mph this season, according to fangraphs.com. That was down from 92.4 mph last year and 93.9 mph in 2011.
|May 15 1:39 PM PT2:39 PM MT3:39 PM CT4:39 PM ET16:39 ET20:39 GMT4:39 CST1:39 PM MST3:39 PM EST4:09 PM VEN0:39 UAE (+1)3:39 PM CT-Sabathia did not get a decision Tuesday in a 4-3 win over the M's.
Analysis: Sabathia, who had won his last eight starts against Seattle, struck out 10 in 6 1-3 innings while giving up 10 hits and three runs.
|Apr. 13 11:32 PM PT12:32 AM MT1:32 AM CT2:32 AM ET2:32 ET6:32 GMT14:32 CST11:32 PM MST1:32 AM EST2:02 AM VEN10:32 UAE1:32 AM CT-Sabathia struck out nine over eight innings Friday in a 5-2 win over the O's.
Analysis: Sabathia allowed both runs in an efficient 102-pitch outing.
|Apr. 8 2:57 PM PT3:57 PM MT4:57 PM CT5:57 PM ET17:57 ET21:57 GMT5:57 CST2:57 PM MST4:57 PM EST5:27 PM VEN1:57 UAE (+1)4:57 PM CT-Sabathia fired seven shutout innings in a 7-0 win over Detroit on Sunday.
Analysis: Sabathia allowed just four hits, but he only struck out four while improving to 1-1 on the season.
|Apr. 1 2:57 PM PT3:57 PM MT4:57 PM CT5:57 PM ET17:57 ET21:57 GMT5:57 CST2:57 PM MST4:57 PM EST5:27 PM VEN1:57 UAE (+1)4:57 PM CT-Sabathia gave up four runs in five innings of Monday's 8-2 loss to Boston.
Analysis: Sabathia was not sharp in his 10th Opening Day start.
|Feb. 16 8:07 AM PT9:07 AM MT10:07 AM CT11:07 AM ET11:07 ET16:07 GMT0:07 CST9:07 AM MST11:07 AM EST11:37 AM VEN20:07 UAE10:07 AM CT-Sabathia has thrown off a mound for the first time since having had arthroscopic surgery to remove a bone spur from his left elbow last October. The left-hander threw 29 pitches during the session on Saturday and said he felt good.
Analysis: Sabathia had two trips to the disabled list last year - a strained left groin that kept him out from June 24 to July 17 and an inflamed left elbow that sidelined him from Aug. 8-24. The 32-year-old left-hander was 15-6 during the season last year and 2-1 in three playoff starts. Sabathia is expected to be ready for opening day.
|2001||Cle||17||5||0 - 0||33||33||0||180.1||149||93||88||19||95||1||171||1.35||4.39||$226.33|
|2002||Cle||13||11||0 - 0||33||33||2||210.0||198||109||102||17||88||2||149||1.36||4.37||$179.00|
|2003||Cle||13||9||0 - 0||30||30||2||197.2||190||85||79||19||66||3||141||1.30||3.60||$196.67|
|2004||Cle||11||10||0 - 0||30||30||1||188.0||176||90||86||20||72||3||139||1.32||4.12||$172.00|
|2005||Cle||15||10||0 - 0||31||31||1||196.2||185||92||88||19||62||1||161||1.26||4.03||$221.17|
|2006||Cle||12||11||0 - 0||28||28||6||192.2||182||83||69||17||44||3||172||1.17||3.22||$242.67|
|2007||Cle||19||7||0 - 0||34||34||4||241.0||238||94||86||20||37||1||209||1.14||3.21||$321.50|
|2008||Cle||6||8||0 - 0||18||18||3||122.1||117||54||52||13||34||1||123||1.23||3.83||$147.83|
|2008||Mil||11||2||0 - 0||17||17||7||130.2||106||31||24||6||25||0||128||1.00||1.65||$224.17|
|2008||Tot||17||10||0 - 0||35||35||10||253.0||223||85||76||19||59||1||251||1.11||2.70||$372.00|
|2009||NYY||19||8||0 - 0||34||34||2||230.0||197||96||86||18||67||7||197||1.15||3.37||$304.00|
|2010||NYY||21||7||0 - 0||34||34||2||237.2||209||92||84||20||74||6||197||1.19||3.18||$314.17|
|2011||NYY||19||8||0 - 0||33||33||3||237.1||230||87||79||17||61||4||230||1.23||3.00||$337.83|
|2012||NYY||15||6||0 - 0||28||28||2||200.0||184||89||75||22||44||2||197||1.14||3.38||$283.00|
|2013||NYY||14||13||0 - 0||32||32||2||211.0||224||122||112||28||65||5||175||1.37||4.78||$199.50|
|Career||205||115||0 - 0||415||415||37||2775.1||2585||1217||1110||255||834||39||2389||1.23||3.60|
|2001||Cle||Total||1||0||0 - 0||1||1||0||6.0||6||2||2||0||5||1||5||3.00|
|1||0||0 - 0||1||1||0||6.0||6||2||2||0||5||1||5||3.00|
|2007||Cle||Total||1||2||0 - 0||3||3||0||15.1||21||15||15||3||13||2||14||8.80|
|1||0||0 - 0||1||1||0||5.0||4||3||3||2||6||1||5||5.40|
|LCS||0||2||0 - 0||2||2||0||10.1||17||12||12||1||7||1||9||10.45|
|2008||Mil||Total||0||1||0 - 0||1||1||0||3.2||6||5||5||1||4||1||5||12.27|
|0||1||0 - 0||1||1||0||3.2||6||5||5||1||4||1||5||12.27|
|2009||NYY||Total||3||1||0 - 0||5||5||0||36.1||28||9||8||4||9||2||32||1.98|
|1||0||0 - 0||1||1||0||6.2||8||2||1||0||0||0||8||1.35|
|LCS||2||0||0 - 0||2||2||0||16.0||9||2||2||1||3||0||12||1.13|
|WS||0||1||0 - 0||2||2||0||13.2||11||5||5||3||6||2||12||3.29|
|2010||NYY||Total||2||0||0 - 0||3||3||0||16.0||22||11||10||3||7||0||15||5.63|
|1||0||0 - 0||1||1||0||6.0||5||4||3||1||3||0||5||4.50|
|LCS||1||0||0 - 0||2||2||0||10.0||17||7||7||2||4||0||10||6.30|
|2011||NYY||Total||0||0||0 - 0||3||2||0||8.2||10||6||6||1||8||2||11||6.23|
|0||0||0 - 0||3||2||0||8.2||10||6||6||1||8||2||11||6.23|
|2012||NYY||Total||2||1||0 - 0||3||3||1||21.1||23||9||8||2||5||0||19||3.38|
|2||0||0 - 0||2||2||1||17.2||12||3||3||0||3||0||16||1.53|
|LCS||0||1||0 - 0||1||1||0||3.2||11||6||5||2||2||0||3||12.27|
|Career||9||5||0 - 0||19||18||1||107.1||116||57||54||14||51||8||101||4.53|
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