|Oct. 5 11:32 AM PT12:32 PM MT1:32 PM CT2:32 PM ET14:32 ET18:32 GMT2:32 11:32 AM MST1:32 PM EST2:02 PM VEN22:32 UAE1:32 PM CT-Sabathia is checking into an alcohol rehab center and will miss the postseason, a setback to the Yankees pitching staff the day before the team's opening playoff game.
Analysis: The team issued a statement from the pitcher Monday, with New York awaiting the Houston Astros on Tuesday night at Yankee Stadium in the AL wild-card game. Sabathia, the 2007 AL Cy Young Award winner, said he took the step to receive the care he needs and become the kind of person ''I can be proud of.''
|Sep. 21 3:35 PM PT4:35 PM MT5:35 PM CT6:35 PM ET18:35 ET22:35 GMT6:35 3:35 PM MST5:35 PM EST6:05 PM VEN2:35 UAE (+1)5:35 PM CT-Sabathia earned his first win since July 8 with six strong innings Sunday against the Mets.
Analysis: The veteran struck out seven and yielded a run on five hits to end a nine-start winless stretch. Sabathia has been good since returning from the DL earlier this month, going 1-0 with a 1.04 ERA in three starts.
|Sep. 15 2:08 PM PT3:08 PM MT4:08 PM CT5:08 PM ET17:08 ET21:08 GMT5:08 2:08 PM MST4:08 PM EST4:38 PM VEN1:08 UAE (+1)4:08 PM CT-Sabathia surprisingly pitched well Monday.
Analysis: Sabathia entered with one of baseball's worst ERAs but had a strong start for the Yankees, giving up three hits over 6 2-3 scoreless innings. He worked out of a bases-loaded, one-out jam in the second.
|Sep. 10 2:51 PM PT3:51 PM MT4:51 PM CT5:51 PM ET17:51 ET21:51 GMT5:51 2:51 PM MST4:51 PM EST5:21 PM VEN1:51 UAE (+1)4:51 PM CT-Sabathia did about as well as he could Wednesday.
Analysis: Sabathia made his first start since Aug. 23 when he cut an outing short because of knee pain. He is one of baseball's worst pitchers and gave up three runs in 4 2-3 innings.
|Aug. 24 3:49 PM PT4:49 PM MT5:49 PM CT6:49 PM ET18:49 ET22:49 GMT6:49 3:49 PM MST5:49 PM EST6:19 PM VEN2:49 UAE (+1)5:49 PM CT-Sabathia has pitched a simulated game without any pain for the New York Yankees and could rejoin their rotation next Wednesday. Sabathia tested his injured right knee while throwing about 60 pitches before Friday night's game at Yankee Stadium against Tampa Bay. He threw four innings in game conditions while wearing a brace and said it went fine.
Analysis: The 35-year-old lefty has been on the 15-day disabled list since Aug. 24. He is 4-9 with a 5.27 ERA in 24 starts.
|Aug. 23 12:10 PM PT1:10 PM MT2:10 PM CT3:10 PM ET15:10 ET19:10 GMT3:10 12:10 PM MST2:10 PM EST2:40 PM VEN23:10 UAE2:10 PM CT-Sabathia exited Sunday's game against the Cleveland Indians with right knee pain.
Analysis: Sabathia was taken for an MRI and was examined by team physician Dr. Christopher Ahmad. "It's a bad knee," Sabathia said. "It's tough, especially when you're trying to help this team win. Having a setback like that (stinks)." General manager Brian Cashman guessed Sabathia was headed to the disabled list.
|Aug. 17 3:58 PM PT4:58 PM MT5:58 PM CT6:58 PM ET18:58 ET22:58 GMT6:58 3:58 PM MST5:58 PM EST6:28 PM VEN2:58 UAE (+1)5:58 PM CT-Sabathia says he "flipped out" and made a "bad decision" for getting involved in a shouting match outside a Toronto nightclub over the weekend. TMZ posted video Monday showing Sabathia hollering in a crowd of people early Saturday. The AL East-leading Yankees had started a series at Toronto several hours earlier.
Analysis: Sabathia's scheduled start at Yankee Stadium on Monday night was pushed back a day, with Bryan Mitchell pitching in his place. Manager Joe Girardi said the team had already planned to alter their rotation before he became aware of the incident and that it had no effect on the switch.
|July 31 10:29 PM PT11:29 PM MT12:29 AM CT1:29 AM ET1:29 ET5:29 GMT13:29 10:29 PM MST12:29 AM EST12:59 AM VEN9:29 UAE12:29 AM CT-Sabathia was taken to the hospital with symptoms of dehydration after the New York Yankees' 7-6 loss at Texas on Thursday night. It was 101 degrees at the start of the game.
Analysis: Sabathia, moved up a day in the rotation to start after Michael Pineda was put on the disabled list earlier in the day, threw 80 pitches through one batter in the sixth inning. A Yankees spokesman said postgame that Sabathia showed no symptoms of dehydration during the game, but was sent to the Medical Center of Arlington after cramping while icing in the trainer's room after being taken out. The team provided no other update.
|July 30 1:24 PM PT2:24 PM MT3:24 PM CT4:24 PM ET16:24 ET20:24 GMT4:24 1:24 PM MST3:24 PM EST3:54 PM VEN0:24 UAE (+1)3:24 PM CT-Sabathia will start Thursday night's series finale at the Texas Rangers in place of the injured Michael Pineda.
Analysis: Sabathia, 4-8 with a 5.38 ERA, had been scheduled to start Friday's game at the Chicago White Sox. Even after moving up a day, Sabathia was pitching on normal four days' rest after his previous start at Minnesota.
|June 30 10:12 AM PT11:12 AM MT12:12 PM CT1:12 PM ET13:12 ET17:12 GMT1:12 10:12 AM MST12:12 PM EST12:42 PM VEN21:12 UAE12:12 PM CT-Sabathia took his eighth loss Monday against the Angels, giving up four runs in 7 1-3 innings of a 4-1 defeat.
Analysis: Sabathia's 5.59 ERA is the highest of his career and he's on track for the highest loss total of his career.
|June 24 2:24 PM PT3:24 PM MT4:24 PM CT5:24 PM ET17:24 ET21:24 GMT5:24 2:24 PM MST4:24 PM EST4:54 PM VEN1:24 UAE (+1)4:24 PM CT-Sabathia labored in an 11-6 loss to Philadelphia on Tuesday.
Analysis: Sabathia (3-7, 5.65 ERA) was charged with six runs in 4 2-3 innings and is 1-2 with a 7.07 ERA in his last seven starts.
|June 19 2:56 PM PT3:56 PM MT4:56 PM CT5:56 PM ET17:56 ET21:56 GMT5:56 2:56 PM MST4:56 PM EST5:26 PM VEN1:56 UAE (+1)4:56 PM CT-Sabathia did not get a decision Thursday.
Analysis: Sabathia gave up three runs in six effective innings, remaining at 3-7.
|June 14 12:07 PM PT1:07 PM MT2:07 PM CT3:07 PM ET15:07 ET19:07 GMT3:07 12:07 PM MST2:07 PM EST2:37 PM VEN23:07 UAE2:07 PM CT-Sabathia allowed four runs and eight hits in five innings Saturday.
Analysis: Sabathia has a 6.00 ERA against the O's this year.
|June 8 7:59 AM PT8:59 AM MT9:59 AM CT10:59 AM ET10:59 ET14:59 GMT22:59 7:59 AM MST9:59 AM EST10:29 AM VEN18:59 UAE9:59 AM CT-Sabathia allowed two runs, five hits and two runs with a walk and seven strikeouts in six innings before he was ejected Sunday.
Analysis: The New York Yankees' big lefty went on a tirade after being tossed for questioning balls and strikes following an inning-ending double play in the sixth Sunday, prematurely ending one of his better outings this year. Asked if some frustration from earlier this year could have boiled over into the argument, he said, "I guess."
|May 29 12:58 PM PT1:58 PM MT2:58 PM CT3:58 PM ET15:58 ET19:58 GMT3:58 12:58 PM MST2:58 PM EST3:28 PM VEN23:58 UAE2:58 PM CT-Sabathia lost his second straight start Thursday, giving up five runs and two home runs over six innings in a 5-4 defeat at Oakland.
Analysis: Sabathia is really struggling, going 2-7 with a 5.67 ERA. Opponents are batting .307.
|May 17 6:22 PM PT7:22 PM MT8:22 PM CT9:22 PM ET21:22 ET1:22 GMT9:22 6:22 PM MST8:22 PM EST8:52 PM VEN5:22 UAE (+1)8:22 PM CT-Sabathia allowed just one run over seven innings Saturday.
Analysis: Sabathia's ERA now sits at 4.67 - his best since 2012.
|Apr. 26 1:22 PM PT2:22 PM MT3:22 PM CT4:22 PM ET16:22 ET20:22 GMT4:22 1:22 PM MST3:22 PM EST3:52 PM VEN0:22 UAE (+1)3:22 PM CT-Sabathia gave up seven runs and nine hits over five innings in Saturday's 8-2 loss to the Mets.
Analysis: Sabathia is off to a disappointing 0-4 start. He's allowed 31 hits in 25 2-3 innings and owns a 5.96 ERA.
|Apr. 10 2:34 PM PT3:34 PM MT4:34 PM CT5:34 PM ET17:34 ET21:34 GMT5:34 2:34 PM MST4:34 PM EST5:04 PM VEN1:34 UAE (+1)4:34 PM CT-Sabathia lost Thursday, though he was much more impressive than his pitching line would indicate.
Analysis: He struck out eight and walked none in 5 2-3 innings, allowing five runs. Looking past the numbers, the big lefty threw his fastball 88-90 mph but had good downward tilt on his slider. "He didn't give up any hard hits," Yankees manager Joe Girardi said. "They just found some holes."
|Mar. 24 2:07 PM PT3:07 PM MT4:07 PM CT5:07 PM ET17:07 ET21:07 GMT5:07 2:07 PM MST4:07 PM EST4:37 PM VEN1:07 UAE (+1)3:07 PM CT-Masahiro Tanaka is lined up to start the Yankees' opener against Toronto on April 6, which would end CC Sabathia's streak of six straight opening-day starts for New York.
Analysis: Yankees manager Joe Girardi says Sabathia's next exhibition start is Saturday, which lines up the 34-year old left-hander to face the Blue Jays on April 8. Sabathia is coming back from season-ending knee surgery in July. He has 11 opening-days starts overall.
|Feb. 27 8:42 AM PT9:42 AM MT10:42 AM CT11:42 AM ET11:42 ET16:42 GMT0:42 9:42 AM MST11:42 AM EST12:12 PM VEN20:42 UAE10:42 AM CT-Sabathia threw 41 pitches during his third bullpen session at spring training.
Analysis: The 34-year-old left-hander was hobbled by a degenerative cartilage problem in his right knee last season and didn't pitch after May 10. He had surgery in July. Sabathia said he will have another bullpen session before likely advancing to batting practice.
|Feb. 21 3:41 PM PT4:41 PM MT5:41 PM CT6:41 PM ET18:41 ET23:41 GMT7:41 4:41 PM MST6:41 PM EST7:11 PM VEN3:41 UAE (+1)5:41 PM CT-Sabathia threw his first outdoor bullpen session Saturday, and hopes to be on a mound a lot more this season.
Analysis: The 34-year-old lefty was hobbled by a degenerative cartilage problem in his right knee last season and was done after having surgery in July.
|2001||Cle||17||5||0 - 0||33||33||0||180.1||149||93||88||19||95||1||171||1.35||4.39|
|2002||Cle||13||11||0 - 0||33||33||2||210.0||198||109||102||17||88||2||149||1.36||4.37|
|2003||Cle||13||9||0 - 0||30||30||2||197.2||190||85||79||19||66||3||141||1.30||3.60|
|2004||Cle||11||10||0 - 0||30||30||1||188.0||176||90||86||20||72||3||139||1.32||4.12|
|2005||Cle||15||10||0 - 0||31||31||1||196.2||185||92||88||19||62||1||161||1.26||4.03|
|2006||Cle||12||11||0 - 0||28||28||6||192.2||182||83||69||17||44||3||172||1.17||3.22|
|2007||Cle||19||7||0 - 0||34||34||4||241.0||238||94||86||20||37||1||209||1.14||3.21|
|2008||Cle||6||8||0 - 0||18||18||3||122.1||117||54||52||13||34||1||123||1.23||3.83|
|2008||Mil||11||2||0 - 0||17||17||7||130.2||106||31||24||6||25||0||128||1.00||1.65|
|2008||Tot||17||10||0 - 0||35||35||10||253.0||223||85||76||19||59||1||251||1.11||2.70|
|2009||NYY||19||8||0 - 0||34||34||2||230.0||197||96||86||18||67||7||197||1.15||3.37|
|2010||NYY||21||7||0 - 0||34||34||2||237.2||209||92||84||20||74||6||197||1.19||3.18|
|2011||NYY||19||8||0 - 0||33||33||3||237.1||230||87||79||17||61||4||230||1.23||3.00|
|2012||NYY||15||6||0 - 0||28||28||2||200.0||184||89||75||22||44||2||197||1.14||3.38|
|2013||NYY||14||13||0 - 0||32||32||2||211.0||224||122||112||28||65||5||175||1.37||4.78|
|2014||NYY||3||4||0 - 0||8||8||0||46.0||58||31||27||10||10||0||48||1.48||5.28|
|2015||NYY||6||10||0 - 0||29||29||1||167.1||188||92||88||28||50||3||137||1.42||4.73|
|Career||214||129||0 - 0||452||452||38||2988.2||2831||1340||1225||293||894||42||2574||1.25||3.69|
|2001||Cle||Total||1||0||0 - 0||1||1||0||6.0||6||2||2||0||5||1||5||3.00|
|LDS||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|
|LDS||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|
|LDS||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|
|LDS||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|
|LDS||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|
|LDS||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|
|LDS||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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