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2 years ago  ::  May 10, 2012 - 9:41PM #1
laurenfrances
Posts: 19,785
Indeed our ace came up big time....8IP, 7H, 2R, 0ER, 1BB, 10SO, 0HR

 
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2 years ago  ::  May 10, 2012 - 9:50PM #2
BoogiedownBx
Posts: 823

May 10, 2012 -- 9:41PM, laurenfrances wrote:

Indeed our ace came up big time....8IP, 7H, 2R, 0ER, 1BB, 10SO, 0HR

 




Let us put all doubts to rest. He IS an Ace, he is OUR Ace, and he has EXCEEDED expectations since arriving in NY. In other words, he is THE MAN.

2 years ago  ::  May 10, 2012 - 10:02PM #3
jete2sandman42
Posts: 1,381

One of the best in the game right in his prime. He is a legit ace, people who say he's not whenever he has a sub par outing (for his standards) are just spoiled by CC himself. He's always a safe bet for an ERA around 3 and a win total around 20. Not many teams can say they have a pitcher who is a safe bet for those numbers.

2 years ago  ::  May 10, 2012 - 10:13PM #4
laurenfrances
Posts: 19,785

...and how is ace Beckett doing...2.1IP, 7H,7R, 2BB,2SO, 2HR...

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2 years ago  ::  May 10, 2012 - 10:25PM #5
laurenfrances
Posts: 19,785

Players of the game...Sabathia and Cano...indeed well deserving.....


  CC Sabathia #52 Of The New York Yankees Reacts


 CC Sabathia  reacts after striking out B.J. Upton to end the top of the seventh inning at Yankee Stadium on May 10, 2012


New York Yankees batter Robinson Cano drops his bat after hitting a two-run home run in front of Tampa Bay Rays catcher Chris Gimenez (L) in the fifth inning of their MLB American League baseball game at Yankee Stadium in New York May 10, 2012.


Robinson Cano drops his bat after hitting a two-run home run in front of Tampa Bay Rays catcher Chris Gimenez (L) in the fifth inning at Yankee Stadium in New York May 10, 2012.

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2 years ago  ::  May 11, 2012 - 12:19AM #6
killtheredsux
Posts: 242

CC is awesome, I love the big guy.

2 years ago  ::  May 11, 2012 - 2:44AM #7
doubleplay643
Posts: 5,268

May 10, 2012 -- 10:02PM, jete2sandman42 wrote:


One of the best in the game right in his prime. He is a legit ace, people who say he's not whenever he has a sub par outing (for his standards) are just spoiled by CC himself. He's always a safe bet for an ERA around 3 and a win total around 20. Not many teams can say they have a pitcher who is a safe bet for those numbers.




And give the Yanks a ton of innings, the guy is a beast of a pitcher. The Yanks didn't have to worry about the innings portion of it ... I thought that the Brewers running Sabathia out there was going to result in Sabathia being damaged goods when the Yankees signed him but he has still been top notch and every bit of an ACE.  

2 years ago  ::  May 11, 2012 - 4:15AM #8
qwik3457
Posts: 6,537

An "Ace's Game" last night? Let me count the ways.


1. Against the hottest team in the division


2. Facing one of the hottest pitchers in the league, with top-notch stuff


3. The night after his team took a crushing loss with a 9th-inning meltdown by the shaky new closer


4. With his "3rd baseman" making two brutal errors to gift the opponent runs in each of the first two innings


5. With a tired bullpen, he goes 8 innings and nearly 120 pitches


6. Those are the only runs he gives up as he fairly dominates the division leaders


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"Ace's game"?


You bet you sweet...azimuth...it was.

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2 years ago  ::  May 11, 2012 - 10:45AM #9
laurenfrances
Posts: 19,785

May 11, 2012 -- 4:15AM, qwik3457 wrote:


An "Ace's Game" last night? Let me count the ways.


1. Against the hottest team in the division


2. Facing one of the hottest pitchers in the league, with top-notch stuff


3. The night after his team took a crushing loss with a 9th-inning meltdown by the shaky new closer


4. With his "3rd baseman" making two brutal errors to gift the opponent runs in each of the first two innings


5. With a tired bullpen, he goes 8 innings and nearly 120 pitches


6. Those are the only runs he gives up as he fairly dominates the division leaders


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"Ace's game"?


You bet you sweet...azimuth...it was.




Here's a great Sabathia stat.....


Sabathia has 181 wins through his first 362 appearances tying him with Jim Palmer and Greg Maddux for 10th most wins since 1918. 


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