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Postgame notes: “He went out and won the game for us”

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CC Sabathia said the conversation went something like this.

Girardi: You good?
Sabathia: I’m good, let’s go.

It was the bottom of the eighth inning, there’d been a leadoff double, and it really seemed that the Yankees manager was thinking about going to his bullpen.

“I said it was his game,” Joe Girardi said. “I wasn’t going to make a move. It was his game to either win or lose, and that’s exactly what he did. He went out and won the game for us.”

Sabathia struggled the past two postseasons, but this was the Yankees ace at his best. The Orioles were already into their bullpen before Sabathia reached 70 pitches, and he finished with two runs, seven strikeouts and one walk through 8.2 innings. For a while, the Yankees were in a familiar game of missed opportunities, but they leaned on their ace to keep the game tied and keep giving this offense chances.

“When CC’s good, he’s as good as anyone in baseball, and he was really good tonight,” Mark Teixeira said. “Healthy and hitting the corners, keeping the ball down. A lot of take-strikes. You can tell when a guy’s really hitting his spots when they’re taking so many strikes, because he’s on the knees, on the black of the plate. That’s tough to do.”

To put it another way:

“He’s bad a**, bro, write that down,” Nick Swisher said. “It’s just a lot of fun to watch him. I wanted him to get that complete game just for the intestinal fortitude that he showed today.”

Sabathia was pulled after a two-out double in the ninth. At that point, what more could he give? The game was under control, the Yankees had their Game 1 victory on the road, and they’d taken full control of this series.

“I wish I could tell you I change my game plan,” Sabathia said. “But I don’t. I pitch to my strength, attacking in and just going off my fastball command, and it was working today. The changeup was working really well. These guys know what I am trying to do. I’ve faced them a lot. I was able just to execute tonight.”

• Whenever this offense would go through a spurt of inconsistency, Russell Martin seemed to be a favorite scapegoat. Tonight, he was the guy to turn it around. “I definitely wasn’t thinking home run,” he said. “I got in a good count to hit in, and I got a pitch that was up in the zone, and he’s the type of guy that doesn’t necessarily make any mistakes over the plate. And in that situation he just left a fastball up, and I put good wood on it.”

• It’s the home run that stole the show, but Martin and Teixeira’s near-impossible play in the fifth might have been just as much of a turning point. “I had already conceded that that was going to be a hit,” Sabathia said. After a leadoff single in the fifth — with the game tied at 2 — Lew Ford seemed to have an infield single before Martin made a lunging scoop and throw, and Teixeira made a tough pick at the bag. If Ford singles there, or Martin’s throw gets past Teixiera, who knows what would have happened that inning?

• Teixeira on the fifth-inning play: That’s what I’m most proud of today. It won’t be talked about much, but if that ball gets by me, it’s second and third, nobody out. They might have a huge inning. I got lucky, it was a really tough play, a really tough hop, I just stuck with it, and it ended up sticking in my glove. But I could not let that ball get by me, because it’s a big inning if I do.”

• Martin on the fifth-inning play: “Off the bat it just kept getting away from me further and further. I just tried to get there in a hurry, and the ball was actually pretty wet, so I picked it up and threw it as quickly as possible. It was kind of in no-man’s land. CC, when he throws, he kind of falls off to, well, his right side and I knew off the bat that I was going to be the one to have to make that play. And Teixeira made a sweet pick like he always does, it seems, at first base over there. It definitely was a big play. It changed that inning.”

• So many missed opportunities early, this would have been another tough-to-swallow loss if the Yankees hadn’t grabbed control late. The first inning was almost a big inning, but the Yankees settled for one run. The fourth inning was almost a big inning, but the Yankee settled for one. The seventh was almost a big inning, but there was an out at the plate and Alex Rodriguez struck out with runners at the corners. “Playoffs are always like that,” Robinson Cano said. “We’ve got a chance, but if there’s anything (that goes wrong), you don’t blame anybody. We never put our head down.”

• It was clear on Teixeira’s ball off the wall that he’s not close to running 100 percent right now. “If I hit that ball 100 times, I’m going to go (for second) 100 times,” Teixeira said. “He made a great play, it bounced right to him, he made a perfect throw. Give him credit, he made a nice play. … (But) it’s disappointing when you cant get a double off that ball. When I’m feeling normal, I should have a double no matter what. But he still made a nice play.”

• Not a perfect offensive game by any means, but Teixeira, Derek Jeter and Ichiro Suzuki each had two hits. Nick Swisher reached base three times. Martin had the big home run to open a five-run ninth inning against one of the best bullpens — and one of the best closers — in the game. “I had a good feeling about the ninth,” Teixeira said. “I don’t know what it was, I just had a really good feeling about the ninth. Johnson has been so good all year, eventually you have to get to him, and tonight was the night.”

• Hard to miss that Rodriguez went 0-for-4 with a walk and a pivotal strikeout. “I’ve seen Alex do some special things in the playoffs,” Teixeira said. “We picked him up today. Tomorrow he might pick us up. That’s what being on a team is all about.”

• Coming off his red-hot final week and a half in the regular season, Cano was 0-for-4 before his game-breaking double in the ninth. “Playoffs are all about getting the hits in the (big) situation,” Cano said. “I know I was 0-for-4 but that’s what you want to go through. I’ll take the 0-for-4 to get a hit in a big situation.”

• Big to get the first win on the road. Even if the Yankees lose tomorrow, they’ll have three games at home, needing two wins. “You want one (win on the road), but now we’re going to get greedy and ask for two,” Teixeira said. “It’s that old cliché, one game at a time. You definitely don’t want to lose the first two here, obviously, then you put yourself behind the 8 ball going back home. One win’s important, but we definitely want that second one tomorrow.”

• As is often the case, the final word goes to Swisher: “I feel like we’ve been in a good spot for about a month now. I feel like we’ve been playing really good baseball, especially the past couple of weeks. To come in here — I mean, this place was rocking — to be able to come in here and battle and fight and pull off those runs in the ninth, it just goes to show you how good our starting pitching is and we fight for all 27.”

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67 Responses to “Postgame notes: “He went out and won the game for us””

  1. m October 8th, 2012 at 2:17 am

    :)

  2. johnfish October 8th, 2012 at 4:36 am

    Hard to miss that Rodriguez went 0-for-4 with a walk and a pivotal strikeout. “I’ve seen Alex do some special things in the playoffs,” Teixeira said. “We picked him up today. Tomorrow he might pick us up. That’s what being on a team is all about.”
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    I see Teixeira subscribes to the Broken Clock Theory.

  3. Benny Blanco October 8th, 2012 at 7:07 am

    Always was good to wake up Monday morning with a Yankee victory the night before.

  4. Yankee Trader October 8th, 2012 at 7:40 am

    Good morning-

    Thank goodness that they delayed the game until it stopped raining.

    Feeling confident after seeing the Yankees Martin take one of the top two closers in the AL, Jim Johnson[Rodney the other], deep, followed by an explosion of 4 more runs after his homer. :)

  5. 86w183 October 8th, 2012 at 7:42 am

    Morning All —-

    Liked everything about last night… except Alex’ awful at bats and the rain delay, that is.

    Great start of the series. Bullpen completely rested and their closer’s confidence rattled.

  6. Yankee Trader October 8th, 2012 at 7:44 am

    Andy hints he’ll be back in 2013
    By MARK HALE NY Post:

    http://www.nypost.com/p/sports.....Y0oBiOA2vJ

  7. Yankee Trader October 8th, 2012 at 7:50 am

    86w183-

    Great to see CC pitch well in cold damp weather and regain his dominance over the O’s after pitching to a plus 6.0 ERA this season against them.

  8. blake October 8th, 2012 at 7:51 am

    Best start to the series we could have
    had…..got the win and CC was dominant.

    CC is a different pitcher than he was 3 years ago but he can be just as dominant…..he’s using his CU better than I’ve ever seen him and his fastball command was great last night.

    Lets get greedy and take this one tonight

  9. Yankee Trader October 8th, 2012 at 7:58 am

    If Pettitte is locating there is no reason why he can’t duplicate CC’s performance. He’ll be facing the same lineup that CC had and had the opportunity to see how CC dominated two key Oriole hitters-Jones and Wieters.

  10. Yankee Trader October 8th, 2012 at 8:07 am

    Wei-Yen Chen lost his last 2 starts vs the Yankees in September, giving up 4 runs in 6.2 innings and 7 runs in 4.2 innings in each of thos starts.

    Attaching his stats, open with stats vs Yankee batters. Looking for a breakout game by both A-Rod and Cano tonight!

    http://espn.go.com/mlb/player/.....i-yin-chen

  11. MG October 8th, 2012 at 8:20 am

    You could just sense the O’s were deflated by Martin’s HR off Johnson last night and all of a sudden the breaks started going the Yankees way instead of the O’s-Ibanez gets a single just past Reynolds when two earlier shots had found his glove, Jeter fists one right through the unoccupied 2nd base area, Ichiro’s swinging bunt, Cano going the other way for a double.

    The Yankees, with one the most reliable post season pitchers in history going tonight against a rookie they have faced (and hit) before, are in the driver’s seat, I expect them to win tonight and go home with a 2-0 lead.

  12. 86w183 October 8th, 2012 at 8:21 am

    I wouldn’t expect 8 2/3 out of Andy Pettitte tonight.

    The Yanks would be quite content with a typical Pettitte performance… 7 Innings and 3 ER.

    Hope to see Nunez in there as DH. I don’t think anything else will change the entire post-season if everyone stays healthy.

  13. Benny Blanco October 8th, 2012 at 8:21 am

    I expect AP to go out and pitch really well. He’s waited a year and half for this type of game. Andy is a “gamer” and his level of focus will be ridiculous tonight.

    Glad to see Tex hit and Swisher get those walks. At least he wasn’t swinging out of his cleets.

  14. blake October 8th, 2012 at 8:22 am

    “Hope to see Nunez in there as DH. I don’t think anything else will change the entire post-season if everyone stays healthy.”

    Yea I think we will.

  15. blake October 8th, 2012 at 8:25 am

    Swisher And Martin have been two guys making their cases to stay in NY the last month or so.

    Martin saved the game a couple of times before the homer in the 5th with that incredible play on the dribbler (aided by Tex of course) and then a couple of huge and tough blocks with the runner on 3B.

    Tex looked really good and on time a lot last night.

  16. joeman October 8th, 2012 at 8:26 am

    the only player that looked out of sorts up at bat was Arod, his bat is very slow and has been for a while

  17. joeman October 8th, 2012 at 8:31 am

    would like to see the Yankees sign back Martin Suzuki …Swisher can leave, get rid of Gardner and sign Bourn

  18. blake October 8th, 2012 at 8:31 am

    As I posted last night Alex is going to have to make the adjustment and get his trigger and swing started earlier…..waiting late an letting the ball travel is great but if you’re consistently getting beat on fastballs you have to adjust and cover that pitch first before you can think about the off speed stuff….

    Alex got numerous really good fastballs to hit last night and was just a tick late on pretty much all of them…..if he has to cheat then be has to cheat but you can’t keep getting beat with the heater like he is right now….

  19. blake October 8th, 2012 at 8:33 am

    …Swisher can leave, get rid of Gardner and sign Bourn”

    Why would you play a whole lot more in Bourn for a very similar player to what you have in Gardner?

  20. MG October 8th, 2012 at 8:33 am

    blake October 8th, 2012 at 8:25 am
    Swisher And Martin have been two guys making their cases to stay in NY the last month or so.

    Martin saved the game a couple of times before the homer in the 5th with that incredible play on the dribbler (aided by Tex of course) and then a couple of huge and tough blocks with the runner on 3B.

    Tex looked really good and on time a lot last night.
    —————————————————-
    blake, I agree, Swish had a really good year-if you take away that 0-27 he is probably close to .300 and Martin has played great down the stretch and was just outstanding last night defensively before that big home run.

    Both of these guys play hard every game, the abuse and ridicule they take on this blog from the no-nothing ‘fans’ is so unfair it’s ridiculous.

  21. Yankee Trader October 8th, 2012 at 8:35 am

    Tonight’s game might be played in the rain. 50% chance rain starting 3PM, dropping down to 40% by 9PM, 30% by 10.

    The OF at Camden appeared dry after 6 hours rain before it cleared at 9PM last night.

    Hopefully the weather won’t effect the playing conditions tonight.

  22. Yankee Trader October 8th, 2012 at 8:38 am

    joeman-

    Michael Bourn had a terrible last month and a half or so for the Braves, and is a Boras client, and as Blake said you already have Gardner.

  23. blake October 8th, 2012 at 8:40 am

    MG,

    I think Swisher will be hard to replace….I’m starting to lean towards wanting them to try and sign him and then either deal Grandy or let him walk after next year…..it all just depends on what Swisher asks and what his market is…..I really wish they could get him back on like a 3 year deal….but he will probably have more than that out there

  24. joeman October 8th, 2012 at 8:40 am

    blake October 8th, 2012 at 8:33 am
    …Swisher can leave, get rid of Gardner and sign Bourn”

    Why would you play a whole lot more in Bourn for a very similar player to what you have in Gardner
    ———————————————————
    anybody is better that Gardner

  25. blake October 8th, 2012 at 8:41 am

    Swisher drives fans nuts because of how streaky he is…..but the thing is that his streaks pretty much always even out to pretty much the same good numbers at the end of a season…..and when he hot he can produce like a middle of the order hitter…..

  26. joeman October 8th, 2012 at 8:43 am

    would they ever consider a Melky sign for a year ?

  27. sunny615 October 8th, 2012 at 8:43 am

    Just curious here – but anyone else wonder if CC has something going on? Maybe from the years of use/abuse – but his velocity all night was 91-93… He used to be able to hit 97… Is this permanent or just a fatigue/end of year thing?

  28. sunny615 October 8th, 2012 at 8:43 am

    joeman October 8th, 2012 at 8:43 am

    would they ever consider a Melky sign for a year ?

    =-=-=-
    god i hope not. If they do, they better sign his steroids too.

  29. 86w183 October 8th, 2012 at 8:45 am

    Michael Bourn IS Brett Gardner — at about 2-3 times the price

    Martin might be the toughest decision the Yanks face among their impending FA. He’s been money when it’s mattered most and he’s a catcher in his prime.

    A month ago we all thought he was an idiot for having turned down 3 years @ $ 7 M per and that the Yanks were lucky he turned them down.

    Now it looks like he’ll get a good bit more because people always over react to late season/post-season success.

  30. Yankee Trader October 8th, 2012 at 8:45 am

    I fully expect the Yankees will give Swisher a qualifying offer, maybe with the idea of trying to work on a team friendly extension for him during the first few weeks after the end of the WS.

    However if he’s the MVP of the postseason, his value will soar, and the Yankees might then need to balance, resigning him, with picking up Granderson’s option, looking to trade Grandy for cost friendly player/players.

  31. joeman October 8th, 2012 at 8:45 am

    blake October 8th, 2012 at 8:41 am
    Swisher drives fans nuts because of how streaky he is…..but the thing is that his streaks pretty much always even out to pretty much the same good numbers at the end of a season…..and when he hot he can produce like a middle of the order hitter…..
    ——————————————–
    it’s his act that gets me, if you were playing against him ( say he was with the Sox) you would think he is a complete jerk..and I may be wrong but I don’t thnk Jeter cares for his act

  32. joeman October 8th, 2012 at 8:48 am

    sunny615 October 8th, 2012 at 8:43 am
    Just curious here – but anyone else wonder if CC has something going on? Maybe from the years of use/abuse – but his velocity all night was 91-93… He used to be able to hit 97… Is this permanent or just a fatigue/end of year thing?

    ——————————————–
    CC has pitched a whole lot of innings, he’s a pitcher now

  33. sunny615 October 8th, 2012 at 8:52 am

    So his days of hitting 95-97 are over? Not even next spring? Interesting.

  34. blake October 8th, 2012 at 8:52 am

    ust curious here – but anyone else wonder if CC has something going on? Maybe from the years of use/abuse – but his velocity all night was 91-93″

    He’s getting older and he’s thrown like a zillion innings…..from the left side he can still dominate at 92 if he locates and uses his CU like he has been…..that CU will make his FB play up.

  35. Yankee Trader October 8th, 2012 at 8:53 am

    Swisher would be very hard to replace. Losing a switch-hitter, good RF arm and pretty good fielder, plus a good backup at first base.

    Get him some lucrative NY endorsements and if he’ll sign to a team friendly 3 year deal, maybe he’ll come back. :)

  36. joeman October 8th, 2012 at 8:54 am

    CC in the last 12 years has average 213 a year, no counting the playoffs..3 out of the last 4 years he has 197 K’s

  37. JobaTipsHisCap October 8th, 2012 at 8:54 am

    A-rod.

    They should not put him at no.3 spot now.

  38. blake October 8th, 2012 at 8:54 am

    “So his days of hitting 95-97 are over? Not even next spring? Interesting.”

    Probably….not many guys can sustain that sort of velo for their whole career

  39. MTU October 8th, 2012 at 8:55 am

    Good morning.

    Great win. We needed 1 of 2 as a minimum.

    CC really delivered.

    Pressure is now all on the O’s.

    Tonight is a must win for them.

    If they lose they’re toast.

  40. joeman October 8th, 2012 at 8:55 am

    sunny615 October 8th, 2012 at 8:52 am
    So his days of hitting 95-97 are over? Not even next spring? Interesting.

    ——————————–
    just like the days of Arod hitting 30 hrs are gone

  41. Shame Spencer October 8th, 2012 at 8:56 am

    blake – The thing about Swisher’s inconsistency is that it wouldn’t be so bad if it were just him… it ends up being a problem when our line up is full of hot and cold hitters. That being said.. with Grandy also being an inconsistent guy at the plate, it does leave the door open to retain Swish and let Grandy walk.

    Of course, we know I’d prefer to have Grandy AND Swish AND add some more consistent hitters so those guys could sure up the tops and bottom of our order.

  42. blake October 8th, 2012 at 8:58 am

    I would very much like that Oakland/ Detroit series to at least go 5 games so they have to burn Verlander in Game 5……go As

  43. Yankee Trader October 8th, 2012 at 8:58 am

    Pettitte leaning toward returning?

    “I know one thing: I know the competition and the desire to compete is still there, and I don’t feel like I kind of got that itch out from the 70 innings or so that I threw this year.”

    http://www.nypost.com/p/sports.....Y0oBiOA2vJ

  44. Cashmoney October 8th, 2012 at 9:00 am

    swisher was disciplined enough to laid off pitches he can hit last night… martin hit a meatball down the middle in a bang box. if ppl overacts to their failures in the past they are doing the same now with one game started by a control guy with average stuff last night.

  45. MTU October 8th, 2012 at 9:00 am

    I’m not as convinced as some that CC’s days of 95 + are behind him.

    But even if they are, as some have pointed out, he has the 2ndary stuff and command to be successful w/o it.

    As far as Martin goes. I have to say I was wrong to have panned him as much as I did.

    I still wouldn’t go any higher than the original 3/21.

    I try to keep Swisher as ong as he does not ask for the Moon.

    JMTC.

    On a side note:

    Really sorry for Luis and jmv.

    :(

  46. 86w183 October 8th, 2012 at 9:01 am

    CC was probably more 93-95 early in the year, 92–93 is perfectly fine at this time of year.

    Verlander was down some the other day.

    In a perfect world I think each starting pitcher would get skipped every ten starts or so in order to preserve some strength.

    The problem with Swisher signing a “team friendly” deal is who gets to define “team friendly”?? Swisher might think $ 15 per qualifies. The Yanks might think $ 12 is more like it.

    My guess is her gets qualifying offer, rejects it, shops around and gives Yanks and opportunity to match the best offer he gets. I think that might come from the Phillies.

  47. blake October 8th, 2012 at 9:01 am

    Shame,

    True but if i had to choose between Swisher and Grandy who to commit to long term Id go with Swisher who could be a little cheaper and also who I think will age better and is a more well rounded hitter.

    The Yanks have some interesting decisions with the OF this winter….. But right now it’s all about #28

  48. MTU October 8th, 2012 at 9:02 am

    New thread —->

  49. joeman October 8th, 2012 at 9:02 am

    it’s what Grandy does, hits HR’s, K’s a lot more than hits,low OBP & a low BA…

  50. Yankee Trader October 8th, 2012 at 9:03 am

    Expecting the line-up to stay the same against the lefty Chen, except for Nunez at 9 in place of Ibanez.

  51. blake October 8th, 2012 at 9:03 am

    My guess is her gets qualifying offer, rejects it, shops around and gives Yanks and opportunity to match the best offer he gets. I think that might come from the Phillies.”

    Or Red Sox…..swisher is a perfect fit for them IMO….he wouldn’t be a huge commitment which they’ll likely try to avoid and he could help in that clubhouse……that’d make me very sad

  52. 86w183 October 8th, 2012 at 9:03 am

    As for the quest for # 28, all those injuries during the season are paying off now. Tex, CC, Andy are all fresher than they would have been.

    Of course, Alex should be too and he looks just lost up there.

  53. 86w183 October 8th, 2012 at 9:06 am

    Swisher doesn’t seem like the type who would change jerseys in the Bos/NY rivalry. Maybe I’m wrong, but that’s my view.

    Unless the $$$$ and years are off the charts, I don’t think he would sign up for that reclamation project.

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    Go Yankees!

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