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Postgame notes: “I thought he was brilliant”

Posted by: Chad Jennings - Posted in Notes on May 11, 2012 Print This Post Print This Post | Email This Post Email This Post

This was CC Sabathia’s take on tonight’s game: “I felt pretty good. Just trying to make pitches. I had some tough situations, got some double plays, and was able to pitch deep in the game.”

Nope. Sorry, CC. That’s not going to get it done. Time for someone else to give it a shot.

“Best game he’s pitched all year,” Joe Girardi said. “I thought he was brilliant. He shouldn’t have given up a run. Ground ball after ground ball after ground ball — his sinker was very good, his changeup was good, his slider was good. I thought he had everything working tonight. It was his best performance of the year.”

That’s more like it.

There’s a lot to be said for the understated way Sabathia goes about his business. He’s calm and methodical, even on a night like tonight, and he’s rarely emotional in the postgame clubhouse. In so many ways, it’s that demeanor that defines him. Others can be more overwhelming, but Sabathia gets it done on nights like tonight when his defense let him down, his bullpen was thin and his lineup was facing David Price.

“I don’t think he really had his best stuff all night,” Chris Stewart said. “He had it here and there, but it just goes to show how good of a pitcher he is and what a battler he is out there. He was able to get out of some big situations, and fortunately we put up some runs for him and he was able to settle down and put it away.”

There has been a lot of inconsistency with this team. The bullpen was a source of stability, but it lost its anchor when Mariano Rivera went down. Robinson Cano has gotten hot lately, but where was he the first month of the season? The rotation beyond Sabathia has been unpredictable.

Then there’s Sabathia, who’s quietly pitched through the eighth inning in each of his past four starts, won each of his past five starts and gotten his ERA down to 3.51 by lowering it with each and every start.

“With the struggles that our rotation has had, he’s kind of saved the bullpen on most nights,” Girardi said. “You can’t say enough about that. It just affects how you use your guys on a daily basis. It affects how you use your left handers. He really changes the complexion of a couple games, not just the one he pitches in. … He’s given us an opportunity every time he’s went out there to pitch, and that’s big, especially with some of the struggles that we’ve had and our lineup struggles. At different times, different people have kind of kept us afloat. CC seems to be the big guy right now.”

• Brett Gardner will miss at least two more weeks after today’s MRI revealed that he has aggravated that same muscle that he strained earlier this season. “The muscle that he strained — that healed — he re-strained it,” Girardi said. “That’s basically what it is. He will not pick up a bat for 10 days, then we’ll go from there. We’re going to be without Gardy for a while here. It’s very unfortunate. He swung the bat well in Triple-A, but somehow he irritated that muscle again.”

• Sabathia had never gotten a win in six head-to-head matchups against Price. “I think guys just didn’t miss pitches,” Girardi said. “They put good swings on (Price) and good at-bats. I thought we put good at-bats on him all night long. This is a guy that’s been really dealing, so I give our guys a lot of credit. They worked really hard for this.”

• Robinson Cano’s home run off Price was only his second extra-base hit off a lefty this season. “I would say we were taking advantage of the fastball because he’s a guy that throws a lot of fastballs, especially for strikes,” Cano said. “In previous starts against us, we were taking a lot of inside pitches for strike three. Now you see a lot of guys today swinging.”

• Girardi didn’t want to use Dave Robertson because of his recent workload, but Rafeal Soriano assured Girardi that he was fine to pitch three days in a row. That’s why he came out for the save. “He told me he was okay,” Girardi said. “Sori’s done it before. He’s much more experienced (than Robertson). We talked to him today, and he said he was fine. That was why I went with him. He has a track record of doing it and being okay.”

• Sabathia hasn’t started a season 5-0 since 2007, when he won the Cy Young Award with Cleveland. His 53 strikeouts match the most he’s ever had through his first seven starts (he also reached that number in 2007). Tonight was his 29th career 10-strikeout game, and he ended it with seven of his last 10 outs coming on strikeouts.

• Biggest strikeout of the night had to be B.J. Upton to strand two runners in the seventh. Even Sabathia showed plenty of emotion after that one. He was upset at himself for letting Sean Rodriguez single in the previous at-bat. “I know I was fired up,” Stewart said. “He was executing pitches and got out of some big situations. I think I did a couple of fist pumps back there behind the plate. If he wasn’t fired up, I was going to make him fired up.”

• So Stewart isn’t officially Sabathia’s personal catcher, but those two have worked extremely well together. “He’s been calling great games,” Sabathia said. “He studies a lot, and we go into the meetings and he knows exactly what we should be doing. He watches a lot of video and gives me the confidence to go out and throw the pitch.”

• There seems to be less confidence in Eduardo Nunez, who was lifted for defense after the fifth inning. He was 2-for-2 with a walk and two stolen bases on offense, but just like last year, he once again leads the Yankees in errors despite being a part-time player. He’s made one error at shortstop top, one at second base and two at third base. An error in left field was overturned by the league and ruled a hit.

• Girardi on Nunez: “I think we’re going to have to evaluate a little bit how much we move him around, in a sense. Maybe it’s just difficult for him, all the different throws, for a kid that was used to playing shortstop. A lot of times, a utility guy is a guy that has experience; has played some short, maybe some other places, then you ask him to play one other position. We’ve basically asked him to play three or four different positions that he had never played before until he got here. We’re just going to have to keep working with him. You can see how valuable his bat is and his speed is, it’s just been difficult for him, the adjustments.”

• It was the first time this season that the Yankees committed more than one error in a game. They were the last time in baseball to commit multiple errors in a game this season.

• Curtis Granderson has nine home runs in his past 13 games. … Derek Jeter tied Willie Randolph for fifth place on the Yankees all-time walks list. Jeter also had his 10,000th career at-bat in the sixth inning. … Stewart has a hit in five of his past six starts. … Cano had gone 63 at-bats without a home run before hitting one Sunday and another today.

• Girardi said the Yankees still had not heard from Major League Baseball about whether Eric Chavez has been cleared to come off the disabled list. They’ll find out tomorrow.

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79 Responses to “Postgame notes: “I thought he was brilliant””

  1. GreenBeret7 May 11th, 2012 at 12:04 am

    Tyler austin had another homer and 2 RBI, Bichette came out of his slump a bit as did angelo Gumbs as well as tossing in 4 more steals (15), and the surprising bat of catcher Francisco Arcia continues to be hot.

    Final box score.…..x_treaax_1

  2. GreenBeret7 May 11th, 2012 at 12:06 am

    Sorry wrong box score for Charleston. Here’s correct one.…..x_wvaafx_1

    All farm teams won today

  3. GreenBeret7 May 11th, 2012 at 12:07 am

    Brett Marshall was really good for Trenton tonight. 6 innings, 2 hits, 0 runs, 1 walk, 4 strikeouts, 85 pitches, 52 strikes. Final box score.…..x_treaax_1

  4. We Want Mo Mo May 11th, 2012 at 12:16 am

    Oh my god. Stop the presses! All the farm teams won tonight! Life dont get any better!

  5. Niblick May 11th, 2012 at 12:24 am

    I know the best position for Nunie: the end of the bench.

  6. G. Love May 11th, 2012 at 12:24 am

    Cano’s getting locked in. You can feel it. Hitting that HR off of Price? Worth the price of admission and then some tonight.

    CC was nails. Swisher is showing an arm and accuracy I didn’t even think he had. Contract year suits Nick.

    As for the closer, I’d prefer Girardi didn’t name one. I’m one of the few who liked the Soriano signing and I like the guy on the mound. He gets killed by most people, but if Levine didn’t sign him we’d be in a world of hurt right now with Mo and Joba out.

    This was a great win. Took a series against TB. Beat Price. CC looked sharp.

    As for Nunez, it needs to end. If Chavez is healthy, he should be the only 3b other than Arod or the Yankees need to send down Nunez and call up Bernier who looked pretty good in the spring.

    I feel for Nunez, but he has less of a position on this team than Montero would have with the way he’s playing in the field.

  7. We Want Mo Mo May 11th, 2012 at 12:30 am

    Nunie does need to end, but it was nice to see him get on base a couple times and immediately steal second.

  8. UnKnown May 11th, 2012 at 12:34 am

    Makes sense if you think about it, Nunez can’t even play one position all that well so asking him to play multiple positions with any sort of effectiveness is pretty crazy.

  9. UnKnown May 11th, 2012 at 12:35 am

    Lots of Lohuders at the game tonight I think. All you guys and gals saw a good one.

  10. PacoDooley May 11th, 2012 at 4:19 am

    We Want Mo Mo May 11th, 2012 at 12:16 am
    Oh my god. Stop the presses! All the farm teams won tonight! Life dont get any better!

    Yes it does – mix that in with the Beckett situation (not to mention Valentine) and it makes for an even better day to be a Yankees fan. Though it is hard to feel too positive given all their injuries and up and down play thus far this season (not to mention having to watch Nunez play defence at any position).

  11. GregD May 11th, 2012 at 6:13 am

    Nunez’ fielding has been horrible but his bat and speed is something this lineup needs from time to time, esp with Gardner out. The kid has some hitting ability and he’s young.

  12. Triple Short of a Cycle May 11th, 2012 at 6:26 am

    Yes it does – mix that in with the Beckett situation (not to mention Valentine) and it makes for an even better day to be a Yankees fan


    Beckett is following his good year with a bad year.. Every other year with that guy. The thing I’m surprised about is how poor Lester has pitched. I know he is usually a slow starter but his ERA + is below 100 and his k/9 is 6 which is well below his average

  13. blake May 11th, 2012 at 7:00 am

    “• Girardi on Nunez: “I think we’re going to have to evaluate a little bit how much we move him around, in a sense. Maybe it’s just difficult for him, all the different throws, for a kid that was used to playing shortstop. ”

    I dont understand why it take Girardi and the Yabks so long to get things…..its been pretty clear for awhile.

    Great win last and i will say the addition of Stewie is looking like a good one…..he seems like the perfect BUC….now if we can get the starter to actually play better than him.

    Lets sweep the Mariners for revenge!

  14. Tar May 11th, 2012 at 7:12 am

    Morning Blake

    I think the Yankees want Nunez bat in the line-up. Getting him reps as Jeters back-up only, is not going to get him enough reps. So I think they tried really hard to make him a super sub. Hasn’t worked out to good so far, but I still think they need to find a way to get him regular AB’s.

  15. raymagnetic May 11th, 2012 at 7:15 am

    I’m pretty sure the Yankees know to expect very little defensively from Nunez.

    You can’t stick a glove on someone and make them play positions they’ve never played before and expect them to suddenly be good at fielding those positions.

  16. blake May 11th, 2012 at 7:22 am


    I get that….but he can t play defense and they are asking him to play spots he has very little experience at……he played almkst exclusively SS in the minors….if thry want to get his bat in there then DH him IMO

  17. MTU May 11th, 2012 at 7:36 am

    I’d like to beat the King tonight.


  18. blake May 11th, 2012 at 7:38 am

    Morning MTU,
    As would I….hes usually tough on the Yanks though.

  19. MTU May 11th, 2012 at 7:40 am


    Good morning back at Ya’.

    Time for Kuroda to go into Samauri mode again.

    Felix is overdue for a loss.

  20. jacksquat May 11th, 2012 at 7:43 am

    Nunez could get a decent amount of playing time at SS, they can DH Jeter all they want vs lhp (and maybe rhp if that performance continues). Cano doesn’t rest a lot and probably doesn’t need to yet, a small number of games there is bearable. I’d have him do lots of shagging of fly balls in bp. He has the legs and arm for the outfield, even CF (where his bat might play), he just needs practice judging fly balls.

    And wow, the headline on the espn baseball front page is “A Total Disgrace” with a picture of Beckett.

  21. MTU May 11th, 2012 at 7:49 am

    I knew that Bobby V and Buckett were made for each other.

    A marriage made in Heaven.

    Two a s s clowns.



  22. MTU May 11th, 2012 at 7:52 am

    Looks like Philly is ready to go into a tailspin too.

    Their window of opportunity may have slammed shut.

    Next year they lose Hamels too.

    I love it.


  23. MTU May 11th, 2012 at 7:53 am

    Martin and Tex need to start hitting.

  24. MTU May 11th, 2012 at 7:55 am

    Thoroughbred race horses are fast but they sometimes have a hard time stayin’ healthy.

    i.e. Pillsbury and GGBG


  25. blake May 11th, 2012 at 8:02 am

    If the Phillies dont improve I think they should and will shop Hamels…….what would he be worth?

  26. MTU May 11th, 2012 at 8:05 am

    He’s a rental unless you get the negotiating window included.

    If you get that he’s worth a ton.

    If not, not so much.

    You saw what the Rangers did with Lee and they were burned badly IMO.

    We’re not spending anyway Blake.

    You know that.


  27. Yankee Trader May 11th, 2012 at 8:08 am

    Good morning-

    It’s too bad that Nunez didn’t get to play in the OF much during ST. With Gardner out for what could be weeks, Nunez’ speed in the lineup on a more consistent bases would be helpful.

    Soriano-can that man ever crack a smile. He declined to meet with the media after last night’s save.

    A-Rod is becoming a line drive hitter, Cano is regaining his stroke, but Tex in the 5 hole is really killing any chance of a Yankees rally. He should be dropped down until he can produce with RISP.

    First team to be sellers? Twins?

  28. blake May 11th, 2012 at 8:11 am

    “You saw what the Rangers did with Lee and they were burned badly IMO.”

    Were they though? They got to and shoukd have won the WS because of thst trade…..and Justin Smoak’s loss hasnt hurt them…..just saying…..what woukd you pay even for a rental if it greatly improved the chances of winning this year? Obviously there is a cut off point….but Id investigate and hopefully the Yanks will if the chance presents itself.

  29. Yankee Trader May 11th, 2012 at 8:13 am


    If the Phillies were going to trade Hamels at the trading deadline if they feel they are out of the running, I’d want a young stud pitcher in return-Clayton Kershaw or Stephen Strasburg. Or I’d want a young stud OF’er since Victorino is a FA too. The Yankees would have nothing to offer from the minors that would be major league ready for their offense.

  30. MTU May 11th, 2012 at 8:15 am


    Not all that much for me.

    I’m not into trading away good young ball players for short-term temporary gains.

    And when I said they got screwed I meant that they had to be thinking he would sign long term with them otherwise I don’t think they would have done that trade.


  31. blake May 11th, 2012 at 8:19 am

    “A-Rod is becoming a line drive hitter,”

    I thibk hes still a power guy….but if he decided to change and try to be a .300 BA guy and a .400 OBP guy…..then i dont think thatd be the worst thing….they just need him to hit the ball harf and drive in runs… many go over the fence is irrelevant IMO

  32. Betsy May 11th, 2012 at 8:20 am

    Not that this makes me feel better about the direction our season or team is going in, but:

  33. Yankee Trader May 11th, 2012 at 8:22 am

    Also, if the Yankees were able to match up in a trade for Hamels in July, he’s going to go on the FA circuit and the Yankees aren’t going to be the highest bidders, unless they get Soriano to opt out, go with a cheap option in RF[Nunez] while letting Swisher go, and use that money plus money coming off the books like Feliciano, Ibanez, Jones. They could also look to trade Granderson to free up money.

    Hamels is getting a 20M+ yearly contract and the Yankees won’t go there.

    Hamels will be a Dodger. The positive in that is that he stays in NL.

  34. Yankee Trader May 11th, 2012 at 8:24 am


    I’m not saying that A-Rod’s becoming a line drive hitter is bad. He doesn’t need to hit 30+ homers/year to be productive in the 3 hole.

  35. MTU May 11th, 2012 at 8:26 am


    Hamels needs to get back to surfin’.

    If not he gets Gnarly, dude.

    Surf’s up Cole.

    Grab your wetsuit and those L.A. Dodger greenbacks.


  36. MTU May 11th, 2012 at 8:28 am

    What has happened to Pujols and the Halos ?

    Another humorous story.


  37. Yankee Trader May 11th, 2012 at 8:28 am


    Hamels could go back to his hometown in San Diego, but the Padres won’t be going there.

    Beckett should now stick to golf. How much longer before Valentine goes back to the broadcast booth ?

  38. blake May 11th, 2012 at 8:30 am

    “If the Phillies were going to trade Hamels at the trading deadline if they feel they are out of the running, I’d want a young stud pitcher in return-Clayton Kershaw or Stephen Strasburg”

    Well yea…..but those guys woukd cost significantly more than a rental as well if they were available….which they never would be…..i wouldnt trade Banuelos…..or Sanchez…..or Wikkiams….etc for 3 months of Hamels…..but it just depends on the price and what other teams offer…..

  39. MTU May 11th, 2012 at 8:31 am


    Wouldn’t that be a kick in the head ?

    They’d have to buy out his entire contract.

    If they were willing then halftime seems like the time.

    I don’t think they’ll do it though which is good because that means the chaos will continue.


  40. JCPD May 11th, 2012 at 8:33 am

    MTU, it’s almost time. The shutters are ready to do some clicking.

  41. MTU May 11th, 2012 at 8:34 am


    I just e-mailed you.

  42. upstate kate May 11th, 2012 at 8:34 am

    Good morning

    Great job by CC, even w/ having to get extra outs. That long outing was just what the BP needed.
    I dont think that Girardi will designate either D-rob or Sori as the closer. I think he will mix it up depending on the circumstances.

    Bad news on GGBG. Love his hitting, but I am not looking forward to more Raul in the OF.

  43. Bronx Jeers May 11th, 2012 at 8:35 am

    Swisher is showing an arm and accuracy I didn’t even think he had. Contract year suits Nick.

    It is a nice surprise. I kinda thought he’d freak out about the contract and it would be another season of Love Boat.

  44. Yankee Trader May 11th, 2012 at 8:37 am

    The Angels and Nationals have had preliminary discussions about a trade involving Peter Bourjos, reports Jon Paul Morosi of FOX Sports. The Royals, Diamondbacks, and Blue Jays also checked in on the outfielder’s availability.

    The Yankees will really miss Gardner if he’s out for a good portion of the year.

  45. blake May 11th, 2012 at 8:37 am

    Hey Kate

  46. Rich in NJ May 11th, 2012 at 8:38 am

    GM all.

    They should have Gardner live in a hyperbolic chamber until he heals.

  47. Yankee Trader May 11th, 2012 at 8:41 am


    Swisher had 10 OF assissts in 2010, 9 in 2011, all from RF. He’s had a pretty good and accurate arm.

  48. BIG AL May 11th, 2012 at 8:42 am

    JCPD -

    Mike wants me to send him a jack, to keep your jaw from dropping. If you’re like him, and keep your head up, you’ll miss all those crawly things at your feet. Hope you got some good snake boots. :)

  49. MTU May 11th, 2012 at 8:43 am


    Good to see you around.

    Hope all is well in the Upstate zone.

    JCPD is arriving in the GZ tomorrow.

    Think he’s gonna have fun ?


  50. MTU May 11th, 2012 at 8:46 am


    I would appreciate it.

    And something to wipe the that constant smile off his face.

    I can’t handle him bein’ like Cano or Jones.

    Sh i t-eating grin an all.


  51. Yankee Trader May 11th, 2012 at 8:46 am

    Gardner would do better in a Hyperbaric chamber. Actually Rich, those chambers are used now to promote healing.

  52. BIG AL May 11th, 2012 at 8:47 am

    Just think, A-Jax is coming into his own, and looking like the CF I thought he would be, for the Yankees. I like Grandy, but, A-Jax is going to be a fine CF, and much cheaper for a long time.

    It appears right now the league has adjusted to Montero better than Montero has adjusted to the league.

    The Philly’s GM said if the team is not doing well by the AS break, he’ll be a seller. If Hamels becomes available, and the Yankees don’t go for him, that will be a sure sign the owners are not truly committed to winning. IMHO.

  53. Rich in NJ May 11th, 2012 at 8:48 am


    I got the word wrong. :eek:

    Yes, I read about a hockey player doing it once during the playoffs.

  54. upstate kate May 11th, 2012 at 8:50 am

    I think he will have a blast, especially w/ you as tour guide :)

    We saw the Empire State Yankees in Rochester last weekend and will see them in Syracuse in June.

    I haven’t been hiking lately, but did run the 10 mile Mountain Goat run in Syracuse…does that count?

  55. BIG AL May 11th, 2012 at 8:53 am

    Mike -

    If Jim enjoys himself that much, he may decide to move out your way. I’m trying to get him to NC, where he can go to the Blue Ridge Mts. and the Great Smokey Mts. to view a different kind of beauty. You see here we have trees, streams and mountains that are not all washed away and turned into dust.

  56. MTU May 11th, 2012 at 8:53 am


    Of course.

    And anyone who can do Kolob Arch and Observation point successively has my highest respect.

    You need to make another visit.


  57. Joe from Long Island May 11th, 2012 at 8:54 am

    blake,so who was going to start at 3b last night? It’s clear that they want to rest Alex every so often at dh, that’s an imperative for them for obvious reasons. who was going to play 3rd? Ibanez? Martin? Both catchers in the game at once? No-hit Nix, against David price? Until Chavez gets back, this is it? Joe wanted ninez’ bat against price, and was willing to take the risk; once they had the lead, with only one more ab for nuney, cc pitching, joe took him out.

    Baseball has a lot in common with medicine (I don’t know about dentistry) in that you have to consider the whole situation, and not take things in isolation.

    And, I really wouldn’t take everything joe says to the press at face value.

  58. MTU May 11th, 2012 at 8:55 am


    I hike with a guy who spent most of his life in NC.

    Knows the State like the back of his hand.

    Describes it lovingly. Especially the Asheville area.

    I don’t think Jim would do badly out your way except for dealing with you.


  59. BIG AL May 11th, 2012 at 8:56 am

    Jim -

    You are being quit. Watch out for the mops, they bite you at the ankles.

  60. JCPD May 11th, 2012 at 8:56 am

    MTU, that s…h…t eating grin has started already. Al, I don’t need to worry about the snake, Mike will be walking in front of me ;-) Morning Kate.

  61. Cashmoney May 11th, 2012 at 8:57 am

    GM ALL
    scanning baseball universe this morning, I see the imminent implosion of the death star known as the Red Sox. In the mindset of pillaging and pilfering in the immediate aftermath of this inevitable human tragedy, I have issue my mandate to my Darth Helmet Cashman to stealth recruit big Juice Papi to our steel legion. Make it happen Brian!

  62. Yankee Trader May 11th, 2012 at 8:57 am

    Good morning. Amaro has stated the Phillies could be sellers, but I don’t see where the Yankees have what the Phillies would want-either a young stud cost controlled pitcher, or the same on offense, perhaps an OF’er, as Victorino could leave also.What do the Yankees have that are cost controlled and major league ready to entice the Phillies to make a deal with them-players that could step in immediately?

  63. BIG AL May 11th, 2012 at 8:58 am

    MTU -

    Now that hurts, even if its true, you didn’t have to say it. If Jim wants to go hiking, I’ll drive him to the mountains, break open a couple, and wait for him.

  64. MTU May 11th, 2012 at 8:58 am

    proximo hilo ——->

  65. MTU May 11th, 2012 at 8:59 am


    A shuttle driver with beer.

    Sign me up too !


  66. BIG AL May 11th, 2012 at 9:00 am

    JCPD -

    If Mike is in front of you, you’ll have your eyes on the snake all day, lol.

  67. Bronx Jeers May 11th, 2012 at 9:00 am

    Swisher had 10 OF assissts in 2010, 9 in 2011, all from RF. He’s had a pretty good and accurate arm.


    I remember when he went to Eiland about improving his throwing. The only surprise there is that it may have even improved a bit. He had some series throwing-wise.

    Im more surprised that in the face of near team-wide hitting woes and with big money at stake,, he’s remained relatively at-ease.

  68. Yankee Trader May 11th, 2012 at 9:01 am

    New Post—–>

  69. BIG AL May 11th, 2012 at 9:02 am

    YT -

    If I could get Hamels, and do a new contract before signing him, I’d part with one of the “B’s” plus Phelps and Warren. After all, they lose him after the season anyway, and Hamels this year could mean #28.

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