Assuming he exercises his opt-out clause, can the Yankees afford to re-sign CC Sabathia? The better question is: can they afford not to?
Five days after the season ended too soon for an organization determined to win the World Series every year, Girardi cited “luck” 10 times as one of the reasons the offense repeatedly failed to get big hits from sluggers Alex Rodriguez, Mark Teixeira and Nick Swisher.
Will he opt out or won’t he? CC Sabathia has said repeatedly how much he loves New York — but is that enough?
Looking to avoid a 0-2 World Series deficit, the Rangers hope to end their woes at AT&T Park and become the first team in the postseason to get the best of Giants starter Matt Cain on Thursday.
The Texas Rangers and San Francisco Giants realize any streaks or records mean little now. It’s the World Series, and anything is possible.
Yankees ace CC Sabathia and Rangers lefty C.J. Wilson have already squared off twice in the AL championship series. They could share the mound again Friday night in Game 6.
No matter what he tried Wednesday, C.J. Wilson couldn’t get comfortable — and the former closer failed to close out the New York Yankees.
Nick Swisher and Robinson Cano hit consecutive homers to build an early cushion, CC Sabathia made the lead stand up as the Yankees beat the Rangers 7-2 Wednesday to close within 3-2 in the ALCS.
CC vs. C.J., an AL championship series-opening matchup with Cliff Lee connections.
Now that the Texas Rangers have finally won a postseason series for the first time, they get to play the team that has won more than any other.
First things first for the Yankees. Why worry about Cliff Lee when you can fret over the Texas Rangers’ opening pitcher?
A closer look at the lineups, rotations, and match-ups for the best-of-seven American League championship series between the New York Yankees and Texas Rangers.
The Yankees finally released their rotation for the ALCS, and after much speculation, A.J. Burnett will indeed get the Game 4 start at Yankee Stadium. Good move or bad move by the Bombers?
What better way to sort out the top three starters on each AL team than to rank them?