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Our reader Q&A with CC Sabathia

Posted by: Peter Abraham - Posted in Misc, Podcast on Jun 08, 2009 Print This Post Print This Post | Email This Post Email This Post

Our seventh reader Q&A was a big success as nearly 500 people e-mailed in questions for CC Sabathia. It was hard to cut the list to 10 but we promised CC this would take a few minutes, not a few hours.

The interview took place on Sunday morning in the Yankees clubhouse at CC’s locker.

Thanks to everybody who sent in questions and please take no offense if yours wasn’t selected. Thanks especially to CC for agreeing to do this and taking the time to answer the questions.

Here’s the audio of the interview:

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And the transcript:

Me: “Thanks for doing this.”

CC: “Oh, no problem.”

John and many others ask: With the accomplishment of Randy Johnson and all the talk about there never being another 300 game winner, do you see yourself being able to reach that win plateau?”

CC: “That’s something I don’t think about. It’s so far away. He was blessed to be healthy that long, to play that long. That’s going to be a tough accomplishment. I’m more worried about trying to win some championships than win 300 games.”

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Pete asks: If you weren’t a pitcher, but a position player, who would you like to play like and why?

CC: “Ryan Howard. Just a big lefty, hit homers. Got a lot of pop. Ryan Howard, definitely.”

Followup question: So you see yourself as a first baseman?

CC: “A first baseman, definitely.”

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Clay from Brooklyn asks: Do you have any plans in working with the Yankees to promote baseball among African-Americans kids in the area? To what extent do you think that Major League clubs have that responsibility?

CC: “I think we have. It’s all on us. Me, myself, the Jimmy Rollinses, the Ryan Howards, the Dontrelle Willises in each city that we play in to get that started, and even in our hometowns, too. So, yeah, I’m planning on doing a lot. I’m going be here this whole offseason. I’m going to be living up here the next seven years so I’m going to be very active in the community as far as getting kids in the inner city back playing baseball.”

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Shaun asks: My wife’s birthday is next Friday and I was thinking about buying her flowers. What does a guy like you, who has all the money, buy his wife for her birthday?

CC: “What did I buy my wife for her birthday last year? I bought roses. Purses and stuff is what she likes. I buy her a purse and some flowers.”

Follow-up question: “So everybody goes with flowers?

CC: “Oh, yeah. You gotta go with flowers.”

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Josh asks: How did you get the number 52 and why have you taken it with all the three teams you’ve played on so far?

CC: “I got No. 52 because it was just the number in my locker. In spring training when I made the club it was there and I kind of liked it because I figured not a lot of people around the league had it and if I did change clubs, it would be easy to get it. It was just the first number in my locker the year that I actually made the big league team.”

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Bryan asks: A lot of people have speculated that your workload the last few years will lead to some kind of injury. How would you respond to their concerns?

CC: “I just think the Indians, when I was younger, they did a good job just with my pitch count and keeping my pitch counts down. If you go back and look at my first couple of years, my workload wasn’t big at all. I was throwing 85, 90 pitches probably up until the time I was 24, 25. I’ve been in the big leagues since I was 20, so the first five years I didn’t throw many pitches. The older I get and the better work routine I have, I’m able to handle heavy workloads.”

Follow-up question: “So you’re not concerned too much?

CC: “No, I’m not. I think if I had got overworked as a young guy I’d probably be broke down by now. But the Indians really looked out for me and that’s why I’m here.”

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Eric asks: You’re scheduled to make your first ever start in Fenway Park. Do you think that it will feel like just another start to you or will there be something different because it’s Red Sox-Yankees?

CC: “I think a lot of people want me to say that it’s something different. But for me, it’s another start. It’s a good baseball team, a team in our division, a game, a game we need to win. I look to go out and try and help our team win the game.”

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Justin asks: Have you ever thrown a no hitter in RBI Baseball for Nintendo?

CC: “I have thrown … nope, a one-hitter is the closest I got. I’ve never thrown a no-no. One-hitter was the closest.

Follow-up question: “Who was the pitcher?

CC: “Clemens. Clemens was the guy. I use Bert Blyleven a lot. I’ve thrown a couple of one-hitter but no no-hitters. I’ll no-hit Bruney before the year is over.”

Brian Bruney demanded the right to respond when he heard this: “No chance. It can’t be done. He’ll have to throw it over the plate at some point and I’ll hit it.”

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Many people asked: Do you think you can leverage your relationship with LeBron James to get him to the Knicks in 2010? They need a lot of help.

CC: “They do need a lot of help. I don’t know if I want to get involved in that. I don’t know. My gut tells me that, you know, maybe we’ll see him here.”

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Sam asks: Have you ever given Joba or the other guys a hard time about the bugs that attacked them in Cleveland during the ’07 playoffs?

CC: “I’ll give Joba a hard time, definitely. Absolutely That was a crazy night, man. It was right on the field. They only come out once a year and it just happened to be that game.”

Follow-up question: Have you talked to him about it?

CC: “Oh, we talked about it. We talk about it all the time. They were out the last time we were there, too. It was deja vu.”

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Thanks again to everybody as these are fun to do. My goal is to do another one during the All-Star break. I’m happy to take suggestions. We’ve already had Derek Jeter, Brian Cashman, Phil Hughes, Joba Chamberlain, Jason Giambi and Mariano Rivera.

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253 Responses to “Our reader Q&A with CC Sabathia”

  1. catherine June 8th, 2009 at 10:04 am

    Great post.

    I’d love to see one with Nick Swisher!

  2. jake s June 8th, 2009 at 10:06 am

    Please get Swisher. PLEASE.

  3. Patrick June 8th, 2009 at 10:07 am

    Thanks Pete this was interesting.

    The obvious suggestion is Nick Swisher but Teixeira or Burnett could be good as well.

  4. S.A.--Let's get ready to rumble! June 8th, 2009 at 10:08 am

    Many people asked: Do you think you can leverage your relationship with LeBron James to get him to the Knicks in 2010? They need a lot of help.

    CC: “They do need a lot of help. I don’t know if I want to get involved in that. I don’t know. My gut tells me that, you know, maybe we’ll see him here.”

    ===================================

    I hope his gut is right!

    Great job Pete. Thanks to you and CC for this.

  5. Carl June 8th, 2009 at 10:10 am

    I want more :(

  6. DT - OPPC member (it's in our blood) June 8th, 2009 at 10:11 am

    Good job Pete. Thanks to CC for doing that.

    If Michael Kay ever gets sick of doing Center Stage on YES – Pete can fill in easily. ;-)

  7. Tom B June 8th, 2009 at 10:11 am

    teixeira please

    swisher is not the future of the yankees.

  8. RD 83 June 8th, 2009 at 10:14 am

    Swisher

    Pettitte

    Austin Jackson

  9. Boogie Down Bob June 8th, 2009 at 10:19 am

    Veras!

  10. Betsy June 8th, 2009 at 10:20 am

    LOL at Evan and Joe……Mariano was annoyed at Joe, so that means ” a lot ” of players have problems with him.

    Francisco Rodriguez is better than Mariano? I don’t think so……

  11. ditmars1929 June 8th, 2009 at 10:21 am

    Posada, Damon and maybe Aceves?

    Nice Q&A, and his time is much appreciated, but that was just too short.

  12. Josh June 8th, 2009 at 10:22 am

    Please LeBron, come to the Knicks

  13. jennifer June 8th, 2009 at 10:25 am

    SWISHER SWISHER!!!

  14. Trevor June 8th, 2009 at 10:25 am

    Rubio Bosh LeBron is a good team.

  15. jennifer June 8th, 2009 at 10:26 am

    Betsy talk about generalizing. Because Mo wasn’t happy with walking Evan means he isn’t happy with Joe and others aren’t either. :lol:

    Maybe last year some vets had issues with Joe, but that seems to have gone away.

  16. Coach6423 June 8th, 2009 at 10:26 am

    Flynn > Rubio

  17. Jason June 8th, 2009 at 10:27 am

    How about Melky? We never hear from him much, but maybe we can get an interpreter? Someone who will translate accurately?

  18. Boogie Down Bob June 8th, 2009 at 10:28 am

    I hope DEBORAH comes back for the Red Sox series

  19. Doreen June 8th, 2009 at 10:32 am

    I like what CC had to say. He seems very-down to earth. Especially noteworthy was his talk about how the Indians managed his workload and pitch counts earlier in his career. More reason to have patience with Joba and Phil. If you do it right, the chances are there for long-term benefit both to the team and the player.

    And what woman does not like flowers for her bithday?? Nice.

  20. Coach6423 June 8th, 2009 at 10:32 am

    I hope DEBORAH plays in traffic…

  21. Matt June 8th, 2009 at 10:33 am

    The fact that CC uses Blyleven in RBI Baseball makes me like him even more.

  22. DT - OPPC member (it's in our blood) June 8th, 2009 at 10:38 am

    I bet CC bought his wife a purse on-line.

    If Page 6 ever caught CC purse shopping in NYC they would eat him alive…

  23. Brandon.. "Jus get 'em out" June 8th, 2009 at 10:42 am

    “Flynn > Rubio”

    Flynn is more of an AI, btw you haven’t seen Ricky Rubio have you ? Kobe even blushed about that kid, the Knicks need to land a big time big man, but and this is the only but, if Ricky falls to them, YOU TAKE HIM !

  24. Jon Ringland June 8th, 2009 at 10:46 am

    CC’s the man. He breaks the stereotype of the big-money free agenct mercenary. Gotta love the guy. Furthermore, PLEASE HELP US GET LEBRON!!! We need PRIDE back in the Garden! kthxbye.

  25. Jon Ringland June 8th, 2009 at 10:47 am

    “Flynn is more of an AI, btw you haven’t seen Ricky Rubio have you ? Kobe even blushed about that kid, the Knicks need to land a big time big man, but and this is the only but, if Ricky falls to them, YOU TAKE HIM !”

    As a Villanova grad/die hard hoops fan, if we draft Flynn, I’ll vomit everywhere.

  26. Trevor June 8th, 2009 at 10:47 am

    Only way Rubio falls to the Knicks if he goes through with what his agent is saying now; he doesn’t want to go to Memphis.
    Tell teams ahead of the Knicks ‘draft me I’ll stay in Europe’ No one is wasting a lottery pick.

  27. Coach6423 June 8th, 2009 at 10:48 am

    Brandon,

    I have seen Rubio. He is excellent, and is indeed a safer pick than Flynn. I got to watch Flynn for 2 years in Syracuse, and love what he brings to the floor. That being said, Rubio is a better pick.

  28. gayle June 8th, 2009 at 10:49 am

    Great job as always with the reader Q&A. I would like to see a Johnny Damon Q&A or even better yet kill two birds with one stone and do a joint one with Damon and Swish that would be hysterical.

  29. Brandon.. "Jus get 'em out" June 8th, 2009 at 10:49 am

    Ricky lands to the Knicks he automatically if paired w/ Amare Stoudamire, the Knicks become a playoff team, and Ricky actually plays DEFENSE.

  30. jennifer June 8th, 2009 at 10:51 am

    What exactly is Joe handling wrong with Jorge? I don’t understand their argument.

  31. melky for mvp June 8th, 2009 at 10:51 am

    the knicks are still in new york?

  32. SJ44 June 8th, 2009 at 10:51 am

    Very likeable team this year. Its nice of CC to do it and it was clear to hear how much he enjoyed it.

    I know folks like to discount chemistry but, its not a coincidence this team makes as many comebacks as they do and all seem to really like and pull for one another.

    Funny how Girardi gets NO credit for that. If this was a Joe Torre team, folks in the media would be erecting monuments for him because of the “great job” he’s doing.

    With Girardi? They try to invent a problem between he and Mo.

    Amazing how so many in the NY media were nothing more than suckups for Joe Torre. Especially in the last 3 years he was in NY when half the team couldn’t stand him. Nary a word about that.

  33. Coach6423 June 8th, 2009 at 10:51 am

    This caller talking about Jorge baserunning yesterday, i thought the same thing. He almost ran into that DP.

  34. Brandon.. "Jus get 'em out" June 8th, 2009 at 10:52 am

    It doesn’t matter it’ll take a miracle, players like him don’t land on the Knicks, when your being compared to Pistol Pete, your not landing in NY.

  35. Jon Ringland June 8th, 2009 at 10:55 am

    Despite the Knicks blowing all types of hole, the Garden is still routinely sold out and relatively animated. I can’t wait for some wise draft choices/free agent signings now that we’ve cleared cap space. Having the Knicks compete again would be SO much fun.

  36. Ham Fighters June 8th, 2009 at 10:55 am

    dont know if anybody else heard it, but while i was driving this morning boomer and carton had a call from paul simon. carton then proceeded to ask him nothing about the yankees, nothing about music, nothing about new york and instead asked for his phone #, then asked if he could be his buddy and go to ballgames with him, then asked if simon would let carton join him onstage and sing.

    it was the most pathetic interview i had ever heard. when he came on simon sounded eager to talk yankees, but the idiot just crashed the whole interview right from the start.

    what a buffon. i dont think they’ll be hearing back from paul anytime soon.

  37. Jon Ringland June 8th, 2009 at 10:56 am

    What gives, Pete? No WFAN appearance this AM?

  38. swings & misses June 8th, 2009 at 10:56 am

    Another vote for Swisher.

  39. Trevor June 8th, 2009 at 10:57 am

    Rubio Bosh LeBron Gallinari, sounds good to me.

  40. Jon Ringland June 8th, 2009 at 10:58 am

    “Rubio Bosh LeBron Gallinari, sounds good to me.”

    Boing. Now add Nasty Nate to the mix and I smell a playoff appearance :-D

  41. Doreen June 8th, 2009 at 10:59 am

    SJ44 -

    Oh, my. Where to start with that manufactured controversy! Kim Jones post-game with Mariano yesterday was horrendous. Talk about a fishing expedition! And she would not let go – she was persistent, I’ll give her that – but she was determined to get the scoop that Mariano had a problem with Joe. Which, he does not.

    Joe Girardi won’t get any props until and unless he brings in a World Championship team. Hey, I thought he did a really good job last season despite the growing pains. He’s very good at juggling his players, getting everyone playing time. And so far, I haven’t heard many gripes. Of course, winning teams don’t carp too much, but even so, I like what I see from Girardi.

  42. Ham Fighters June 8th, 2009 at 11:00 am

    one of the reasons i stopped coming here for so long was the dumping on girardi. hes doing a fine job by me, not perfect, but nobody is. this is a team made to be left alone and allowed to win and hes doing a pretty good job of it. seems like the players are very relaxed and comfortable but also feel a sense of urgency. that reflects really well on thier manager.

    picking apart every in-game decision a manager makes often misses the whole point of whats really going on with a team.

    girardi’s doing a great job and i want him back next season.

  43. m June 8th, 2009 at 11:04 am

    Brandon,

    You know that Amare’s allergic to defense, right? :)

    I could see Pringle’s bringing him in. might even be able to steal him. I don’t know if Kerr knows what he’s doing.

    As for CC, wait until the New York NBA guys get a whiff of this audio. They’ll use CC’s “gut” as their source.

  44. Brandon.. "Jus get 'em out" June 8th, 2009 at 11:07 am

    LOL m, it’s true, Amare for his size doesn’t play a lick of D, almost perfect for Papa Pringle’s offense. They need to trade up and get that Rubio any way possible.

  45. jennifer June 8th, 2009 at 11:07 am

    SJ

    You are so right. I haven’t heard anyone give Joe credit for the way this team is playing. They lost their starting and back up catcher this year and how did the team do? They took off and played very well. But nope, Joe doesn’t get credit for that. He doesn’t get credit for the fact that this team is playing loose, and expects to win EVERY SINGLE game, and when they don’t they are ticked! doesn’t get credit for all the come back wins.

    Saint Joe would have been given a key to the city by now.

  46. Ham Fighters June 8th, 2009 at 11:08 am

    i think you’re really picking on kim jones. if she didnt ask about mo’s comment from the day before, she wouldnt be doing her job. at the end when she asked if he was going to say anything from girardi, she knew he would smile and say nothing and thats exactly what he did, flashing that mo smile was a nice way to end the interview. shes been around the yankees long enough to know mo wasnt going to take the bait. but she had to ask.

  47. m June 8th, 2009 at 11:10 am

    Brandon,

    There’s another point guard in the draft that’s supposed to be as good or better than Rubio. There’s a debate on which one should be the first PG taken. Do you know who that is? Is it the UNC guy?

    I love Griffin, but as close as he’ll get to the Lakers is the Clippers’ locker room.

  48. SJ44 June 8th, 2009 at 11:10 am

    Girardi has done a really good job so far this year. He recoginzed that he had to connect more with his players and is doing so. He’s created a fun, relazed atmosphere, and these guys certainly play hard for him. There is no quit in this team and he deserves credit for that.

    Bullpen management. Now tell me, aside from Aceves and Mo, who does ANYBODY have confidence in out there? Its Russian Roulette until reinforcements arrive. Hard to fault him on that since he can only use who is on the roster.

    I like the fact that he doesn’t allow teams to dump on the Yankees. In the last 3 years of Torre’s reign, teams routinely hit Yankee players and had no fear of retaliation. Those days are gone and the fact is, the Yankees are better for it.

    Nobody is looking for a statute in his honor at the new Stadium. It would be nice though for somebody on the beat to give the guy a little credit. He deserves it.

  49. Doreen June 8th, 2009 at 11:15 am

    Ham Fighters -

    Of course she had to ask. What bothered me was that he answered and she didn’t let it go. At all. There is a point in an interview where the audience realizes the interview is done – that’s all there is, nothing more’s going to be served by asking the same question, slightly differently, 8 different times.

    I like Kim Jones. I like her blog. I like her “innerviews” and most of the time I like her post-games. I expected the question about Longoria. I expected all the questions she asked. What I didn’t expect was the third degree she was giving Mo. It was uncomfortable to watch, for me.

  50. Joey's Poodle June 8th, 2009 at 11:16 am

    Actually there was a torrent of criticism of Torre when he started as Yankee manager, and a pretty fair amount of it during his last three years in New York — it was only during the ‘heroic period’ and a short time after that he got the adulation that seems to be all those with short memories recall of his tenure.

    Girardi started managing here with almost no history and was given a completely unearned free ride for longer than I expected. Now that the honeymoon is over he’ll have to face the normal conditions that anybody else would — but he knew what the NY media was coming in, so I’m assuming he has no complaint to make.

  51. Tom in N.J. June 8th, 2009 at 11:16 am

    Brandon:

    This nothing but a rumor, but, who knows:

    “the Knicks already have a deal in place to acquire guard Sergio Rodriguez from the Trail Blazers on draft night.”

    http://weblogs.newsday.com/spo.....icks/blog/

  52. m June 8th, 2009 at 11:18 am

    The Yankees are doing well, and feel good stories don’t sell many papers.

    So, the tabloid papers do what they do best. Find another angle and ride it to death, whether there’s much truth in there or not.

    And even if some of the players don’t get along with Girardi, so what? Is that news? Can’t be buddies with these guys.

    The Yankees are winning and that’s all that matters. Everything else is just static.

  53. J June 8th, 2009 at 11:19 am

    You should ask Phil Coke – you are sure to get some good answers (probably more than 10 minutes worth too)

  54. Brandon.. "Jus get 'em out" June 8th, 2009 at 11:20 am

    ugh.. if Outlaw is in it you do it, but if there is a EUROPEAN PG the Knicks should get, it certainly ain’t Sergio, use Lee move into a spot you can take Rubio, how hard is that ?

  55. m June 8th, 2009 at 11:20 am

    I think that Girardi’s done well in his public side, considering that the media was on him from the very beginning.

    They were punishing him for not being Joe Torre.

  56. jennifer June 8th, 2009 at 11:23 am

    M
    You know what is funny. Many in the media for the last 2-3 years couldn’t wait to push Joe T out the door. Kept writing that he would be fired soon. Than he was gone, so they had to set their sites on someone new.

  57. Coach6423 June 8th, 2009 at 11:24 am

    Bruney and Marte coming back healthy makes this team scary good.

  58. m June 8th, 2009 at 11:29 am

    jennifer,

    Can’t wait to see how they spin the 20 come from behind wins came because they want to stick it to Girardi. :)

  59. Tom in N.J. June 8th, 2009 at 11:29 am

    The Yankees are in first place. The team is playing loose on the field and acting loose in the clubhouse.

    When Swisher and Teixeira say that Girardi is the best manager they’ve ever played for it’s chalked up to hyperbole. Yet, when Rivera questions/comments on one of Girardi’s moves it taken as fact that some players hate Giradi.

  60. jennifer June 8th, 2009 at 11:30 am

    M- That poor pen management put them in the position to be behind for those 20 games. :-)

  61. Coach6423 June 8th, 2009 at 11:31 am

    HAHAHAHA…

    Murphy, Niese, and Church

    for

    Vicotr Martinez, CLiff Lee, and Mark DeRosa…

    that gets laughed at on a video game…

  62. In my humble opinion June 8th, 2009 at 11:33 am

    CC is a great dude.

  63. Brandon.. "Jus get 'em out" June 8th, 2009 at 11:33 am

    “Murphy, Niese, and Church

    for

    Vicotr Martinez, CLiff Lee, and Mark DeRosa…

    that gets laughed at on a video game…”

    Omar going to jail for something IDK about ? 8O

  64. In my humble opinion June 8th, 2009 at 11:33 am

    Tom in N.J., I agree 100%.

  65. ANSKY June 8th, 2009 at 11:34 am

    Coach –

    Scary good is going to be when A-Rod gets back to hitting .300+ like he always does.

    As long as the other 6 guys hitting within reasonable range of .300 don’t suddenly slump to the .240′s or .250′s.

  66. sevrox June 8th, 2009 at 11:35 am

    Surprised nobody mentioned the part in CC’s interview where he said he’d be with the Yanks for the next 7 years – can’t believe nobody emailed a question about the opt-out.

    Hope he realized that he has the greatest chance to win 20+ per season with the lineups the Yankees are notorious for sending out any given day.

    I know many people have complimented SJ44 on his insights and emotionally-exempt commentary and really enjoy the ledge-jumper blasting he does – definitely glad his voice of reason is on this blog. Good luck to your neph, SJ!

  67. m June 8th, 2009 at 11:36 am

    lol, Jennifer.

    Doreen, I didn’t see Kim’s postgame interview with mo. But if I did, then I’d be with you. Asked and answered. Just like the guys that were hounding Joe and tried to ask the same thing 5 different ways. The one he stormed out?

    Ask and answer. mabye twice, then move on. Give mo credit for being patient, Alex Rios would’ve told her she was f’in stupid.

  68. Boogie Down Bob June 8th, 2009 at 11:37 am

    BIG game tonight. We can even up the season series with Tampa tonight, and roll into Fenway up 1.5 games.

  69. In my humble opinion June 8th, 2009 at 11:39 am

    People expect too much of CC. They expect a Santana like Ace.

    He’s not. Never was. Expect Pettite in his prime, with one big caveat: CC has the ability, that Pettite didn’t have, of pulling a complete game shutout from out of nowhere. Otherwise, ERA wise he’s Andy Pettite in his prime.

  70. Coach6423 June 8th, 2009 at 11:40 am

    Brandon…

    A Met fan just called in and suggested that.

  71. Steve B (Wouldn't it be cool if AJ's ERA was 3.14) June 8th, 2009 at 11:40 am

    “When Swisher and Teixeira say that Girardi is the best manager they’ve ever played for it’s chalked up to hyperbole”

    Don’t have much choice in the matter, do we?

    “Yet, when Rivera questions/comments on one of Girardi’s moves it taken as fact that some players hate Giradi.”

    Probably better that it doesn’t occur in a public manner, but I take that as a highly competitive guy who wants nothing more than to win. I would like to think Girardi listens to input from players, especially vets like Mo, and acts on it when he feels it makes sense.

  72. JohnC June 8th, 2009 at 11:43 am

    I’d love to see Curb Your Enthusiam’s Susie Essman on Centerstage, although she probably wouldn’t be as funny since she wouldn’t be able to yell out her usual expletives like she does to larry David.

  73. JohnC June 8th, 2009 at 11:43 am

    I’d love to see Curb Your Enthusiam’s Susie Essman on Centerstage, although she probably wouldn’t be as funny since she wouldn’t be able to yell out her usual expletives like she does to larry David.

  74. m June 8th, 2009 at 11:44 am

    Steve B,

    Girardi said that he’d be disappointed if mo wasn’t upset. And when he got Longoria out yesterday, Girardi conceded that mo knew what he was talking about, “maybe”. Just one of the thousands of moments the two have shared together over the years, just a blip on the radar.

  75. Mark in Tampa June 8th, 2009 at 11:46 am

    “We can even up the season series with Tampa tonight, and roll into Fenway up 1.5 games.”

    Actually, the Yanks would be up just 1 game, sox are off today, but you’ve got the right idea. If they win tonight, they only need 1 out of 3 against Boston to still be in first at the end of the series. Then Boston goes to Philly while we play a beat up Mets team. Of course, sweeping Boston is the goal always, but winning 2 or at least one is a start.

  76. Jim McDonald June 8th, 2009 at 11:46 am

    Pete,
    Please pass on thanks to CC for the interview and his thoughtful responses. Next up? Damon/Swisher/Texeira/Gardner, and maybe you could to Angel Berroa on Old Timers’ Day.

  77. pat June 8th, 2009 at 11:46 am

    “We can even up the season series with Tampa tonight, and roll into Fenway up 1.5 games”

    1 up is the best you can hope for. Sox are off today.

  78. In my humble opinion June 8th, 2009 at 11:46 am

    Don’t take the Mets lightly. They’re still a good team.

  79. Fletchlives June 8th, 2009 at 11:47 am

    Pete,
    Thanks for using my question. I guess those bugs will always be part of Yankee lore. You should do a Q & A with AJ Burnett and ask about his amazing home theater.

  80. Steve B (Wouldn't it be cool if AJ's ERA was 3.14) June 8th, 2009 at 11:47 am

    2 questions for SJ:

    1) Was in the Boston area yesterday for a 1st Communion and heard on the radio that Joe G is frequently excluded from key personnel discussions/decisions. Does that sound right?

    2) Any general draft updates? Nephew-wise or Yankee-wise?

  81. vb03 - Free Wang!!! June 8th, 2009 at 11:47 am

    Antonio Bastardo is 2-0. Next victim: Boston. :D

    CC is awesome.

  82. Patrick June 8th, 2009 at 11:48 am

    “Don’t take the Mets lightly. They’re still a good team.”

    Not really..

  83. In my humble opinion June 8th, 2009 at 11:48 am

    That guy Bastardo is actually, go figure, pretty good.

  84. In my humble opinion June 8th, 2009 at 11:49 am

    Patrick, consider this: even WITH all those injuries AND the world champs in their division, they’re still not out of it.

    They have some good players and the have Santana who is just incredible.

  85. Mark in Tampa June 8th, 2009 at 11:50 am

    “Bruney and Marte coming back healthy makes this team scary good.”

    Marte makes this team scary… for Yankee fans!

    But seriously, hopefully we will see some competence out of him when he comes back healthy. An ERA around 3.00, reliable 7th inning, occasional 8th inning or matchup with a tough lefty would be very good, I think.

  86. Carl June 8th, 2009 at 11:51 am

    People expect too much of CC. They expect a Santana like Ace.

    He’s not. Never was. Expect Pettite in his prime, with one big caveat: CC has the ability, that Pettite didn’t have, of pulling a complete game shutout from out of nowhere. Otherwise, ERA wise he’s Andy Pettite in his prime.

    Johan pitches in the NL. I saw want CC did to the NL last year. I don’t know if I can say that Santana is better than CC.

  87. Brandon.. "Jus get 'em out" June 8th, 2009 at 11:51 am

    “That guy Bastardo is actually, go figure, pretty good.”

    We’ll soon sub that name for De La Rosa :)

  88. Boogie Down Bob June 8th, 2009 at 11:51 am

    Curious to see if there will be any fireworks at Fenway this week. If you recall, Boston left NY in a tizzy last month after they thought Joba intentionally nailed Jason Bay in the back with a fastball.

  89. Oscar June 8th, 2009 at 11:52 am

    “You’re scheduled to make your first ever start in Fenway Park. . . .”

    Confusing — should that say he’s about to make his first start at Fenway Park as a Yankee? He started three games there while with the Indians.

  90. In my humble opinion June 8th, 2009 at 11:53 am

    Carl good point, but he still pitches in the AL, and you can’t expect a Santana start every time either way.

    I hate Marte, but hopefully it was just injuries and he could contribute.

  91. In my humble opinion June 8th, 2009 at 11:53 am

    We still got to beat Tampa today guys.

    They’re not out of here yet.

  92. SJ44 June 8th, 2009 at 11:54 am

    Steve,

    1. I think people are talking about last year when Girardi spent most of his time with Meachem and Harkey. As Girardi likes to say, “it’s been addressed”.LOL Its not an issue this year.

    2. Nothing new on the draft front. Should hear some news later today.

  93. Carl June 8th, 2009 at 11:55 am

    In my humble opinion June 8th, 2009 at 11:53 am

    Carl good point, but he still pitches in the AL, and you can’t expect a Santana start every time either way.

    I agree with that 100 percent

  94. Steve B (Wouldn't it be cool if AJ's ERA was 3.14) June 8th, 2009 at 11:55 am

    If the Rays aren’t making some kind of push for Huston Street, they are stone cold nuts.

  95. Mark in Tampa June 8th, 2009 at 11:57 am

    Wasn’t Bastardo a character in the ’80s movie Johnny Dangerously?

  96. SJ44 June 8th, 2009 at 11:59 am

    I still think they will make a trade for bullpen help at or near the deadline, regardless of Bruney and Marte’s return.

    They add the right guy, and stay healthy, this team is good enough to win the WS.

    With the present configuration of the pen, it’s not.

    That’s why I think they will upgrade the pen for the second half of the season.

  97. vb03 - Free Wang!!! June 8th, 2009 at 12:00 pm

    “If the Rays aren’t making some kind of push for Huston Street, they are stone cold nuts.”

    I could see them giving up on this season at some point, especially if they continue sliding in 4th place.

  98. In my humble opinion June 8th, 2009 at 12:01 pm

    SJ44, I agree. We need bullpen help.

  99. In my humble opinion June 8th, 2009 at 12:01 pm

    No way Rays are giving up on the season, not after last year.

  100. Mark in Tampa June 8th, 2009 at 12:02 pm

    “People expect too much of CC. They expect a Santana like Ace.”

    Good point, his 3.56 ERA this season would be the 3rd best AL ERA of his career. What I am hoping for is that the Yankees finally made a deal for a player whose best years are ahead of him. You could make a case that Arod will have a better Yankee career than pre-Yankee, but CC may be the first pitcher.

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    They are freezing payroll or reducing it starting next year barring unforeseen windfall, the Rays will try everything to win this year

  102. Mark in Tampa June 8th, 2009 at 12:04 pm

    Don’t see why or how the Rays would give up on the season, they don’t have any high salaries that need to be moved.

  103. In my humble opinion June 8th, 2009 at 12:05 pm

    Mark in Tampa, you’re right. CC may be the first pitcher we’ve gotten who’s best years are ahead of him.

    W/position players we have Tex and A-Rod.

  104. Patrick from CT June 8th, 2009 at 12:05 pm

    With the pitching match ups for the Boston series, I say we should win 2 of three.
    There is going to be lots of runs scorded in that middle game but let’s hope Wang goes at least 5.
    I would not be surprized if the Sox switch out Penny for Lester to the Thursday game to match up with CC.

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    I believe this is Frankie Cervelli’s 1st trip to the Green Sardine Can.
    He’s liable to say, ” Is somebody kidding me ? This is a ballpark ? “

  106. In my humble opinion June 8th, 2009 at 12:05 pm

    Meanwhile, the legend of Roy Halladay grows.

    He is one of the most dominant pitchers I’ve ever seen.

  107. Mark in Tampa June 8th, 2009 at 12:06 pm

    but CC may be the first pitcher *in recent years*

  108. In my humble opinion June 8th, 2009 at 12:07 pm

    Patrick from CT, I agree.

  109. Brandon.. "Jus get 'em out" June 8th, 2009 at 12:09 pm

    *SJ*, I’ve been waiting for you to answer me a question, what do you think it would take to get Matt Lindstrom ?

  110. Steve B (Wouldn't it be cool if AJ's ERA was 3.14) June 8th, 2009 at 12:09 pm

    “I would not be surprized if the Sox switch out Penny for Lester to the Thursday game to match up with CC.”

    Not really their style. Don’t see them passing on a chance to give Lester an extra day between starts. They are all about babying their pitchers.

  111. In my humble opinion June 8th, 2009 at 12:11 pm

    Steve B-Kind of like us (Joba/Hughes cough).

  112. Paulie's Number June 8th, 2009 at 12:13 pm

    Thanks again Pete! Yet another reason why this is the best blog out there.

  113. Boogie Down Bob June 8th, 2009 at 12:15 pm

    I’d be shocked if they throw Lester out there Thursday, especially considering that Penny is supposedly a big trade chip for them. A big showing against the Yankees increases his value even more to a team like Philly or Atlanta.

  114. Mark in Tampa June 8th, 2009 at 12:15 pm

    I think they would rather have Lester to match up with the Philly LH batters. The Yanks pretty much just have everybody bat right handed against him. Multiple power hitting switch hitters really give the Yanks a nice matchup advantage.

  115. Boogie Down Bob June 8th, 2009 at 12:16 pm

    But given the way Dice-K is throwing for them, it might not be a bad move to hold on to Penny and keep throwing him out there every 5 days.

  116. SJ44 June 8th, 2009 at 12:17 pm

    Brandon,

    I wouldn’t touch Matt Lindstrom. Watching him down here, he can’t throw strikes and has had shoulder issues for most of this season.

    Of the relief pitchers on the Marlins staff, the two guys I like are, Dan Meyer (LH) and Leo Nunez (RH). I like both of them better than Lindstrom. If the Yankees could package some of their young guys to get both of them, I would do that deal.

    The Marlins need starting pitching, relief pitching and some guys who can defend because their defense is terrible.

    Don’t know if the two teams have a match but, Nunez and Meyer are the guys I would target if I were advising the Yankees.

    Throwing hard doesn’t impress me much if you don’t know where its going. Lindstrom is like a younger version of Kyle Farnsworth to me. A guy who at first blush, with his stuff, you wonder, “why isn’t he better than he is”?

    When I watch Lindstrom, that’s what crosses my mind.

  117. Brandon.. "Jus get 'em out" June 8th, 2009 at 12:20 pm

    It wasn’t that long ago he was a top SU man SJ, I read an article about him, he’s not a CL in his mind, since your down there I’d like to know if we can get him cheap, another interesting guy I like is Leo Nunez, I told you that since mid April, now you want to listen :x

    I’d like him and Lindstrom, to me Matt can be fixed.

  118. Steve B (Wouldn't it be cool if AJ's ERA was 3.14) June 8th, 2009 at 12:26 pm

    “Steve B-Kind of like us (Joba/Hughes cough).”

    Yeah, sort of. They do it with their vets too to a degree. Lester was one of those “Verducci” cases from last year and has struggled considerably at times this year. They won’t hesitate to give him the extra days when they come up.

  119. rconn23 June 8th, 2009 at 12:28 pm

    Lindstrom is what scouts derisively term “a radar gun guy”.

    Can’t throw strikes and tries to throw everything through a wall. When they do throw strikes it’s a 98 mph fastball – flat and right over the plate. See Kyle Farnsworth, Billy Koch, etc.

    The last thing the Yankees need is another bullpen arm who has no control. That’s the problem with the pen right now.

    Jose Veras, anyone?

  120. WFDD June 8th, 2009 at 12:28 pm

    Way off topic, but wondering if anyone had any thoughts as to the weather tonight – was going to come up for the game but don’t want to deal with any rain delays. Radar seems to make me think it’ll be fine, but there is 50% chance of rain at game time.

    Thoughts?

  121. SJ44 June 8th, 2009 at 12:31 pm

    I don’t see the Marlins dealing both Lindstrom and Nunez because they don’t wouldn’t have anybody to close for them.

    Lindstrom scares me because of his injury history.

    Also, the Marlins aren’t easy to deal with on the trade front. They tend to over value their players (see: Dan Uggla) and frequently ask for too much.

    They could have had Manny Ramirez for NOTHING last year. It would have cost them Jeremy Hermida (another overrated player) and an arm and they passed!

    Had they made that deal, they could have won the division.

    Its a strange organization. They do a great job scouting at the HS and college levels. A little more inconsistent on the major league front.

  122. Steve B (Wouldn't it be cool if AJ's ERA was 3.14) June 8th, 2009 at 12:33 pm

    “he’s not a CL in his mind”

    Why would we want him then? Winners want the ball in the key spots. Beyond that, Lindstrom’s numbers are trending the wrong way.

  123. Patrick June 8th, 2009 at 12:34 pm

    The bullpen as constructed right now isn’t capable of winning a world series. How about a bullpen with a healthy Bruney, healthy Marte and a more experienced Melancon?

    I think that’s good enough to win a championship. The Yanks aren’t necessarily going to trade for a bullpen arm. Those kinds of trades rarely work out.

  124. Brandon.. "Jus get 'em out" June 8th, 2009 at 12:37 pm

    “Lindstrom’s numbers are trending the wrong way.”

    Look I’m not saying over value him, if you can get him cheap, you get him, if not, next. And I doubt we land Streets, we should aim for Soriano or Acosta from the Braves.

  125. SJ44 June 8th, 2009 at 12:46 pm

    I think people are asking too much of Melancon, just as they overvalued Coke. He’s not pitched that well in Scranton since his return. It looks like he needs more time.

    Last year, Coke was a guy throwing 95 with a nasty tilt to his slider. This year, he’s throwing 91, and the slider hasn’t had the same tilt all year. That makes him very hittable and not really a guy you can count on in high leverage situations.

    Its tough for rookies to come into a pennant race environment and perform at high levels.

    In that scenario, the Yankees Top 5 bullpen arms (besides Mo) would be, Bruney, Marte, Coke, Melancon and Aceves.

    3 rookies and 2 guys who have been hurt all year. That’s not good enough to win, IMO. Too risky.

    As you get closer to the deadline, prices for players drop. Traditionally, that’s when Cashman moves on deals.

    I think guys like Street, Qualls, perhaps Soriano (although I’m not enamored with him), the Marlins guys, etc, are going to be on the market and their prices aren’t going to be as high as they are now.

    Use the Gagne for Murphy and Gabbard deal a few years ago as an example.

    Its awfully tough to win with an almost all rookie bullpen. That’s pretty much what the Yankees are asking of their guys right now. That’s tough.

    They have the parts to make a deal this year. If the team is still playing this well (which I assume they will) at or around the deadline, it would surprise me if they don’t add a bullpen arm via the trade route.

  126. NYY626 June 8th, 2009 at 12:57 pm

    I went to the game at Fenway yesterday. I was excited to see them lose :) A few of my friends who had never been there before kept saying how tiny it was lol. Anyway, one note from the game: those fans praise Ortiz for every tiny positive thing he does! They went crazy over a single. While i think its ridiculous to over praise someone, it really makes the whole Yankee fan boo-ing thing even more annoying. I know this has been discussed at lenght lately on the blog, but i really think its disgusting sometimes how much better the sox fans treat their players.

  127. Sforza June 8th, 2009 at 1:01 pm

    that was fun, thanks!

  128. Patrick June 8th, 2009 at 1:05 pm

    When was the last time a trade for a bullpen arm made any significant impact? You mention the Gagne trade and he was as established as you get but look at the result. He got bombed.

    If Bruney and Marte come back healthy the bullpen becomes a strength, not a weakness. Those are two proven guys, forget all this talk about an “all rookie” bullpen. We’ll know within 2-3 weeks whether or not these guys will be healthy.

    Also, making Melancon the fifth most important arm out of the bullpen is hardly asking too much on him.

    I think the following bullpen is MORE than capable: Rivera, Bruney, Marte, Aceves, Melancon, Coke, Robertson

    The Yankees might make a move for a reliever but don’t count on it. I’m not convinced we need it and I’m certainly not convinced that any move will work out. Trading for relievers is a very risky proposition.

  129. Steve B (Wouldn't it be cool if AJ's ERA was 3.14) June 8th, 2009 at 1:12 pm

    “If Bruney and Marte come back healthy the bullpen becomes a strength, not a weakness. Those are two proven guys,”

    Bruney isn’t a proven guy yet. Guy has less than 200 big league innnings in six seasons and nearly 80% of those were awful. His last 40 or so have been quite good, but have also been sandwiched around injuries. He’s got quite a bit to prove yet.

  130. Patrick June 8th, 2009 at 1:30 pm

    The only thing Bruney has to prove is that he has the ability to stay healthy.

  131. Steve B (Wouldn't it be cool if AJ's ERA was 3.14) June 8th, 2009 at 1:34 pm

    “The only thing Bruney has to prove is that he has the ability to stay healthy.”

    That’s kind of an important thing to prove. Also worth noting that the next big game he pitches in will be his first. I think a half season of good relief pitching, doesn’t yet make you a proven entity.

  132. Howard Leeds June 8th, 2009 at 2:01 pm

    How about a fan Q+A with Lonn Trost?

  133. RussW210 June 8th, 2009 at 2:07 pm

    Nick Swisher is too easy. You hate to ask a guy to be funny that is naturally funny.

    Get someone like Aceves, Gardner, or Melkman.

  134. abernste June 8th, 2009 at 2:09 pm

    Thanks, Pete. For what it’s worth, I’d vote for the next one to be with Texeira. He seems like a good guy, but like a lot of Yankees fans are just getting familiar with him.

  135. mymanlivingston June 8th, 2009 at 2:20 pm

    Pete…
    How long have you been doing this now?

    I think it’s about time to lose the nerves, man.

    Lot’s of stammering, and I lost count of how many times you prefaced the question with, “I thought this was a good question.”

    As if you were planning to use all the stupid questions?

    They’re people, PA, just like you and me.

  136. chris June 8th, 2009 at 2:53 pm

    how about hyperlinking the names of the other reader q&a’s so a reader like me that missed them can link back to them and give you some more page views ;)

  137. chris June 8th, 2009 at 2:56 pm

    note, searching the site for “yankees reader Q&A” turns up nothing

  138. Lightening McQueen June 8th, 2009 at 2:59 pm

    Pete,

    Thanks for the Q and A with CC. I died when I read the quote “I’ve thrown a couple of one-hitter but no no-hitters. I’ll no-hit Bruney before the year is over.”

  139. clarko June 8th, 2009 at 3:48 pm

    I found this to be a revealing comment:
    “I’m going be here this whole offseason. I’m going to be living up here the next seven years so I’m going to be very active in the community as far as getting kids in the inner city back playing baseball.”
    I hope he does stick around for the full contract and doesn’t pull a Burnett. He has the opt out claus, gues we will see.

  140. Jen g June 8th, 2009 at 4:44 pm

    Thanks Pete. I’d really like to see Mark Texeira do the next Q and A. He seems like a really good guy and I bet he’d be really receptive to doing something like that. Plus he could say how he likes New York and all that. Thanks!

  141. Sarah June 8th, 2009 at 5:21 pm

    I agree the next interview should be with Tex. He appears to be a great guy and is also a great 1st baseman. I love it when he is up to bat – almost a sure hit. He has such great power.

    CC will be around for his entire contract years. It would help if he and the other Yankees won a WS ring this year. The addition of CC, AJ and Tex was the best ever.

  142. Steve June 8th, 2009 at 9:58 pm

    Nick Swisher and there isn’t a close second place

  143. TomP June 8th, 2009 at 11:32 pm

    That was great, Peter. Thanks. CC really does sound like a completely regular guy. Thank Hank he’s working for our side now.

  144. Kevin June 9th, 2009 at 4:06 am

    Pete,

    Great interview. You should to talk to Nick Swisher’s publicist, Kathy Jacobson, to try and get him in. That would be a hillarious interview. Also perhaps Kevin Long, I’d love to hear what he did with Robby and Leche this winter.

  145. Casey from Oakland June 9th, 2009 at 10:01 am

    That was great! How about AJ Burnett for the next one?

  146. Andy January 1st, 2010 at 7:07 pm

    No Yankee baseball news so I just re-read this interview. Surreal that the Yankees actually won the championship and rode CC all the way. Such an important factor in #27. Here is to another championship in 2010!

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