Friday, July 4, 2014

Just two rehabs starts into his return to the big leagues, CC Sabathia was shut down by the Yankees on Thursday after waking his with fluids in his knee following a start with Double-A Trenton on Wednesday night. Sabathia was sent for an MRI on Thursday, which we haven't yet heard the results of.

When asked on Friday is we would see Sabathia on the mound for the Yankees this season, the pinstripes' skipper said that it's "probably fair to say" he won't be pitching against in 2014.

The Yankees don't yet know if there is any structural damage in his knee, but Sabathia will visit Dr. James Andrews to determine the next step.

ESPN's Buster Olney reported this morning that "there continues to be a possibility" that Sabathia will require microfracture surgery on his right knee, which would put his pitching future very much in question.

If Sabathia really is done for the season, then we can finish this off by sharing his stats from the only eight games he started this seas before going on the DL on May 11. He was 3-4 with a 5.28 ERA in 46 innings.

In even more bad news: this means more Vidal Nuno.


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