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CC Sabathia (SP)

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Yahoo | Apr 20th, 3:00am
I've taken plenty of CC Sabathia shots over the month, so let's be fair and tip the cap for his work under the catwalk (7 IP, 7 H, 2 R, 1 ER, 2 BB, 6 K). Sabathia had a triple-play to bail him out of one mess, but he was entitled to some luck after his first three turns. I don't trust him at Boston next week, but you already knew that. - Scott Pianowski
Roto Professor | Apr 20th, 2:50am
He is still generating swings and misses (9.5% SwStr%). He does still have control (1.73 BB/9), He is generating groundballs (54.5%). Let's call it cautious optimism right now, but we obviously still have reservations about him maintaining the strikeouts (and maybe the improved groundball rate as well). - Eric Stashin
KFFL | Apr 18th, 11:02am
New York Yankees SP CC Sabathia has started to use his changeup more often, which ...
Fantasy Fix | Apr 18th, 1:39am
Should he remain healthy, he could potentially surpass 3000 innings this season and that by itself probably tells the whole story. We might just be looking at a pitcher that is coming to the end of his rope. It has been a quite a career though and Sabathia is at least good for heavy innings and a decent strikeout rate. - Scott Barzilla
Roto Professor | Apr 14th, 5:50pm
He should have some success this season and will likely win games with the Yankees offense behind him. However, the early indications are not all that promising. Obviously he's not a player to drop, and with 7.50 ERA you certainly can't "sell high". - Eric Stashin
Yahoo | Apr 14th, 5:35pm
Even in a deeper mixed leagues, I'm not interested in Sabathia even if the entry cost is zero. Sabathia's experience and control will allow him to be effective some of the time, but when he misses with his spots at his current rate of speed, the hitters have a good chance to reach the seats. - Scott Pianowski
Fangraphs | Apr 7th, 3:01am
I was killed last year on my continued faith in Sabathia and I might be again. He posted a 2.53 SIERA in his first start! Ha. The velocity is obviously the elephant in the room so it'll be up to him to transition and adjust. If nothing else, he'll pitch 200 innings and strike out at least 170 batters. - Mike Podhorzer
Yahoo | Mar 30th, 1:13am
Sabathia had an ugly 4.78 ERA in 2013. Sabathia turns 34 in the middle of the year, he's been heavily worked over 13 seasons, and he's in a division where four of five parks support offense. You better believe I'm the biggest Sabathia skeptic in the industry . - Brandon Funston
Roto Professor | Mar 28th, 2:23am
At this point, consider him a major risk and not a pitcher to pencil into the top of your fantasy rotation for the time being. While he's had a promising spring (2.70 ERA, 0.80 WHIP), until he does it in the regular season it's going to be hard to believe. - Eric Stashin
Yahoo | Mar 28th, 2:18am
Sabathia 's ADP of 150.7 is shocking to me. Look at some of the names you can get later, on average, in Yahoo leagues: Andrew Cashner , Lance Lynn (grossly underrated), hipster Sonny Gray , Justin Masterson , A.J. Burnett, Ervin Santana (highway robbery at 208). They're letting you beat them, gamer. - Scott Pianowski