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Posted by: Peter Abraham - Posted in Misc on May 31, 2009 Print This Post Print This Post | Email This Post Email This Post

CC Sabathia won two games last night. First he beat Brian Bruney and then he beat the Indians.

Alfredo Aceves reminds some Yankees of an old teammate. This notebook also has updates on Carl Pavano (yes, him), Jose Molina, Melky Cabrera and Andy Pettitte.

The Sunday Baseball Beat has Mark Teixeira’s take on the flawed baseball draft.


In case you were sleeping at the time, Texas beat Boston College 3-2 in 25 innings last night in an NCAA tournament game.

Texas coach Augie Garrido should be arrested and/or fired. He let relief pitcher Austin Wood throw 169 pitches over 13 innings. Wood is 22 and is expected to be a fairly high draft pick — unless his arm falls off. Oh, and he’s their closer.

Meanwhile, he had thrown 30 pitches on Friday night.

Good luck to the Eagles, who play Army this afternoon in an elimination game for the right to play Texas again. BC catcher Tony Sanchez is the nephew of blog reader and astute commenter SJ44.


Meanwhile, here’s a shot of the pressbox window last night. Being in Cleveland in bug season is like being in a horror movie.




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