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Postgame notes: “If I pitch like this April 1, then I’ll be happy”

Posted by: Chad Jennings - Posted in Misc on Mar 21, 2014 Print This Post Print This Post | Email This Post Email This Post

CC Sabathia, Brian McCann

CC Sabathia walked off the field to a standing ovation tonight. He struck out his final batter on a high fastball, then disappeared into a sea of dugout high fives. Seven scoreless innings. Seven strikeouts. A what-do-you-think-of-me-now moment if he wanted it to be.

“If I pitch like this April 1, then I’ll be happy,” Sabathia said. “… It’s spring training. I do feel like I have a lot to prove, but it kind of is what it is. I wasn’t right last year. I wasn’t the same guy. I feel confident, I feel strong. Hopefully I can carry this into the season.”

This start came after Sabathia’s five no-hit innings in Panama. According to the TV radar gun, Sabathia’s fastball sat around 88-91 mph, but there is no radar reading displayed at Steinbrenner Field, and Sabathia said he never asked how hard he was throwing. He was more concerned with the way he was mixing pitches. Some sliders for strikes. Some cutters when the situation called for it. And quite a few changeups, a return to the pitch that abandoned him at times last year. Sabathia, in turn, occasionally abandoned the pitch.

“Sometimes you get certain lineups, and you get comfortable with another pitch,” Joe Girardi said. “He was having a hard time with it — it was cutting at times – and he didn’t have the feel for it last year. I think that’s probably why he got away from it. There were discussions about it, sure.”

Sabathia said it was since-departed video coordinator Charlie Wonsowicz who was most on his case last year about needing to throw more changeups.

“I just kind of got slider happy last year,” Sabathia said. “I wanted to use it backdoor in a lot of situations. When I wanted to use it backdoor I could have been using changeups. Just a different look. That’s something I need to be conscious of throughout the year.”

After seven innings and 89 pitches, Sabathia said he still felt strong postgame. This was a solid test of the stamina that gave him some trouble last year, and Sabathia said he came through feeling encouraged. He’ll next pitch on Thursday, a lighter start that will serve as his final tuneup before Opening Day. For now, he has a 1.59 ERA, 16 strikeouts and only three walks in a spring training that’s been far more encouraging than anything the Yankees saw last season.

“I feel great,” Sabathia said. “I don’t think I had an outing like the last two in spring training in a couple of years. So like I said, my arm is there. It’s catching up. The delivery is there. This is the second year with this new frame I got, so I’m able to (get) my mechanics, I’m able to repeat easily, so I feel good.”

Derek Jeter· In case you missed it in the game post, Brendan Ryan’s MRI revealed a pinched nerve in his back. Ryan said it could have been worse, but he was clearly frustrated by the diagnosis, which seems to leave little chance of him breaking camp with the team. He’s taking some medication now and said he’ll likely get a cortisone shot at some point. “I certainly wouldn’t do myself any good by going out there and doing anything,” Ryan said. “I wouldn’t be able to do a whole lot right now. I feel it a little bit when I breathe. It’s just in a spasm spot right now.”

· Assuming Ryan is able to play again this spring, he will play in minor league games so that the Yankees can backdate his disabled list stint. The Yankees should be able to DL Ryan in such a way that he only misses a week or so of the regular season (assuming he’s healthy at that point). He doesn’t have to begin his 15-day stint on Opening Day. Girardi acknowledged that even if Ryan’s able to get in some games, Opening Day would still be unlikely.

· Cashman said he doesn’t expect to go out of the organization to find a utility replacement. “If (Ryan) can’t go, we have somebody here who will be able to do that,” Cashman said.

· Cashman seemed less concerned about keeping Jacoby Ellsbury out of major-league games. He said he’s talked about it a little bit but hasn’t come to a decision. Cashman fully expects Ellsbury to be ready for Opening Day. “The MRI was clean, so they’ll finish him off with the batting practice and the running and all that stuff,” Cashman said. “I’m not worried about it. I can’t tell you (when he’ll play again). Next few days, I guess, but we’ll see.”

· Ellsbury ran arcs on the outfield grass today. Girardi said he’s shooting for Tuesday as Ellsbury’s return to game action. Girardi believes there’s time for Ellsbury to play four days before camp ends, and one of those days could come at the minor league complex so that Ellsbury can get a bunch of at-bats.

· Derek Jeter said he’s fine after fouling two balls off his left foot. One hit his ankle, the other hit the top of his foot. “I do it often,” Jeter said. “It sucks, but it’s (just) a foul ball.”

· Jeter went 0-for-3 and is batting just .122 this spring. “I feel all right,” he said. “In spring training, the thing is you want to have good at-bats and you want to hit the ball hard. I did a couple of times today. If it was the regular season, then I’d rather have 2 broken-bat hits. At this point in the spring you just want to hit the ball hard. I think I’m progressing how I should be.”

Brian Roberts, Robert Andino· Brett Gardner and Kelly Johnson are making tomorrow’s trip to Fort Myers. That’s why they came out of the game early. No injuries there.

· As if anyone doubted it, Girardi officially named Sabathia his Opening Day starter. Sabathia will pitch Thursday on an extra day of rest — it will be a shorter start — and then he’ll be lined up for April 1.

· Box score notes: The Yankees got a 4-0 win with Brian McCann hitting a double and throwing out two runners trying to steal second base. … Dean Anna had a single to push his batting average up to .258. He said he’s felt better at the plate lately. Was dealing with a slight shoulder issue earlier. … The Yankees had just six hits. Anna was the only player to have one off the bench. The others belonged to McCann, Carlos Beltran, Alfonso Soriano, Ichiro Suzuki and Brian Roberts. Brett Gardner stole a base. … Infield defense is going to matter if Sabathia’s going to keep getting ground balls like this. Kelly Johnson made one nice play to turn two, but Johnson and Roberts also had an error apiece. … Hitless ninth inning for Dave Robertson. Shawn Kelley and Matt Thornton split the eighth inning without a base runner.

· Before today’s game, first baseman Greg Bird and right-handed pitcher Shane Greene were presented with the Kevin Lawn Award as the Yankees Minor League Player and Pitcher of the Year for 2013.

· Final word goes to Cashman: “We’ve had a good camp, which is thankful, but (the infield) is still an area that we’ll continue to focus on and keep our eyes on. Obviously Ryan’s current condition doesn’t help, but I’m really pleased with what we’ve seen from a lot of the other guys. We’ll have someone we can feel comfortable that we can pick from, and we’ll always keep our eyes open to what’s outside the organization infield wise as well as pitching wise.”

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95 Responses to “Postgame notes: “If I pitch like this April 1, then I’ll be happy””

  1. bigdan22 March 21st, 2014 at 11:10 pm

    Re-post:

    That was a nice tidy game:

    –So CC. About a week ago I mentioned that I watched the replay of CC’s second to last start. The line was pretty ugly but I remarked that he really didn’t look that bad. Hitters were not teeing off on his high 80s FB. Sure enough, the same thing tonight. Not a lot of hard hit balls at all even though CC threw a lot of FBs, mostly in the high 80s. But there was a definite surprise. CC crossed the 90 threshold. Hit 91 a few times. And his command of all pitches was exemplary. I guess we really don’t know yet what kind of pitcher CC is but there’s a ton more reason to be optimistic than a couple of weeks ago. He’s showing that maybe he can make the transition after all. As I’ve said before, he’s got two things on his side: tons of experience and multiple weapons. CU def looked better tonight too.

    –So lets talk infield. Lots of ground balls tonight. Most fielded cleanly but two bad errors, one by Roberts and one by Johnson. And what was the total impact of those two errors? No runs, one extra out and two extra pitches. As I’ve been saying for a long time. Good pitching trumps bad infield defense most of the time. CC wasn’t phased by his poor infield defense one bit. He was on tonight. Maybe it would have been different if AJ or Hughes was on the mound. But if the Yanks pitch well, their relative poor infield defense will be irrelevant.

    –Is it possible for Jeter to look worse? I actually think he’s regressing now.

    –Speaking of regressing, it’s about time for Tex to hit a ball hard batting left-handed. But he has that pop up stroke in mid-season form.

  2. cogen777 March 21st, 2014 at 11:16 pm

    Speaking of regressing, it’s about time for Tex to hit a ball hard batting left-handed. But he has that pop up stroke in mid-season form.

    Oh wow. We’re already starting this? The 1st spring training game I watched he hit a ball hard off of Zimmerman oppo hard to LCF. It was caught on a diving catch. Going to be a long season if everytime he makes an out LH somebody is going to whine. Geez. You people never quit. D-bags.

  3. bigdan22 March 21st, 2014 at 11:26 pm

    “Oh wow. We’re already starting this? The 1st spring training game I watched he hit a ball hard off of Zimmerman oppo hard to LCF. It was caught on a diving catch.”

    —-

    I believe that was the first, last and only ball that Tex has hit hard left-handed which was about two weeks ago. Pretty much the definition of regression. I’ve made an exception responding to you which is probably a mistake but smacking you down is just too damn easy.

  4. chicken_stanley March 21st, 2014 at 11:31 pm

    Its March 21st and Lohud is already in mid-season form (not necessarily a positive thing)

  5. Hans Davenport March 21st, 2014 at 11:39 pm

    I see there is a third post season college basketball tourney in addition to the NCAA and the NIT. Called the College Insider Tournament? I find that interesting. How about you Stanley?

  6. chicken_stanley March 21st, 2014 at 11:44 pm

    Hans – its the CBI… college basketball invitational. One rung down from the NIT. Interesting? meh. :)

  7. SweetSpot March 21st, 2014 at 11:44 pm

    Hello everyone! Thanks for having me, I’m pretty new to this group and a really passionate Yankee fan living near Fairfield, California. I’m pretty jazzed about this season, I really like the additions of Tanaka and McCann. I also think the rest of our starting rotation looked good and it was nice to see Sabathia pitch well today.

  8. chicken_stanley March 21st, 2014 at 11:46 pm

    Welcome to the blog SweetSpot

  9. pete2 March 21st, 2014 at 11:51 pm

    I don’t think ST results mean a whole lot. For good pitching games like today you consider pitchers are ahead of batters and the quality of the offense and you wonder how it translates in April against good hitting AL teams.

    For bad hitting results like Jeter and Tex you consider pitchers are ahead of hitters, and then you look at hitters on other teams like David Ortiz who is hitting 063 and you know it probably does not mean much.

    For pitching you look at velocity and command, and for hitters you look at the quality of the AB’s. Jeter had a couple of balls he hit pretty well. Tex has not squared much up from the left side of the plate, but both have a chance to get another 20 AB or so before the season starts. CC did not have much of a FB but he mixed up his pitches, commanded well, and kept hitters off balance with the change. The change could be a game changer for CC.

  10. Hans Davenport March 21st, 2014 at 11:52 pm

    chicken_stanley March 21st, 2014 at 11:44 pm
    Hans – its the CBI… college basketball invitational. One rung down from the NIT. Interesting? meh.

    Yes, well I saw Towson get eliminated from the CAA in the semi by William and Mary. Down to the last shot. Went to the game last minute. Then I saw tonight they were in preseason. Actually won a second round game versus ETSU. Was surprised. CBI huh?

  11. SweetSpot March 21st, 2014 at 11:52 pm

    Thanks Chicken. May I call you that? :)

  12. Hans Davenport March 21st, 2014 at 11:56 pm

    I don’t think ST results mean a whole lot.

    I feel the same way. Tex always starts slow and due to the wrist he got into his first game even later. I’m not surprised or concerned. Same with Jeter. I don’t read a lot into the pitching either. I’ve been watching baseball since 1958 and it’s always been the same. :)

  13. Hans Davenport March 21st, 2014 at 11:56 pm

    Thanks Chicken. May I call you that?

    He prefers Stanley. As in Stanley Laurel.

  14. Hans Davenport March 21st, 2014 at 11:58 pm

    And of course I’d like to welcome Sweet Spot. Do you prefer Sweetie or Spotty?

  15. Hans Davenport March 22nd, 2014 at 12:04 am

    jmills March 21st, 2014 at 11:58 pm
    I know nothing aboot basketball. I sweer.

    You shouldn’t swear. Not in polite company anyway.

  16. Hans Davenport March 22nd, 2014 at 12:06 am

    jmills March 21st, 2014 at 11:58 pm
    I know nothing aboot basketball. I sweer.

    Just noted you wrote aboot. You Scottish?

  17. Hans Davenport March 22nd, 2014 at 12:06 am

    Goodnight Hans.

  18. bigdan22 March 22nd, 2014 at 12:06 am

    I think it will be much easier to be an apologist for Derek Jeter once he hits a ball in the air against a right-hander.

  19. chicken_stanley March 22nd, 2014 at 12:30 am

    Sweetspot – you may call me chicken, stanley, or whatever else strikes your fancy :)

  20. chicken_stanley March 22nd, 2014 at 12:33 am

    Hans – IIRC, Towson used to be in the Big South conference which is the conference of my alma mater (Radford). I wish Towson good luck

  21. jmills March 22nd, 2014 at 12:35 am

    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ClQcUyhoxTg#

    Hans, I’m part Bon Scott, part Austrian Plath.

  22. chicken_stanley March 22nd, 2014 at 12:41 am

    Well, UVA escaped… My blood pressure is now down to an acceptable level… i think I’ll hit the sack. Goodnight all

  23. Pat M. March 22nd, 2014 at 1:25 am

    UCLA…..

  24. trisha - true pinstriped blue March 22nd, 2014 at 1:38 am

    Out all evening. Sad about PC, thrilled about CC.

    CC knows himself better than anyone. Last game he said he was way ahead of where he was last ST at the same juncture. Tonight he pitched a scoreless game.

    I think we are going to have a rotation for the ages.

    I’m so psyched about this Yankee team. That said, I’m still keeping my prediction at 101. I’m being cautious.

    :)

    Night all.

  25. bbb51 March 22nd, 2014 at 1:48 am

    Chip March 21st, 2014 at 1:53 pm
    I get the enthusiasm of fans for “home grown” players, but why do you have to take it so far? Cervelli is a nice back up catcher. In this league that has value. Could he, maybe, play every day? Perhaps, the position is thin with teams no longer wanting to keep top talent behind the plate so that they can extend a hitter’s career (think Joe Mauer, Victor Martinez and Carlos Santana) and so yes, some team might think that Cervelli is good enough to start for them so that they can protect a better hitter by moving him to another position.

    In his limited exposure, Cervelli hit fairly well for a back-up prior to the 2012 season with an OBP around .335 (give or take). And of course, as players mature they can improve.

    But the Cervelli that some of you have conjured in your heads just doesn’t exist. You’re basing your beliefs on last season and this spring training. He played 17 games last year before missing the rest of the season, and yes in those 17 games he hit .270 with a .380 OBP, saying he would have kept that up all season long is pure speculation. By comparison, Vernon Wells over that same stretch of games hit .300 with a .911 OPS – how did that work out when stretched over a full season?

    This year he’s crushing the ball in spring training. How many players have hit in spring training and then vanished? Do you really believe that Yangervis Solarte is a stud infielder because he’s raking in spring training?

    Cervelli is a BUC – that’s how teams view him. It’s not a throw away position but it also isn’t a position that’s going to land you a stud prospect in return. Accept it and move on.

    You said a bunch of things here that people haven’t said.

  26. bbb51 March 22nd, 2014 at 1:50 am

    I’ll reserve judgement on CC until he pitches against good lineups.

  27. Michelle B. of Yankee Stadium West March 22nd, 2014 at 1:56 am

    Hi sweet spot,

    I live in Oakland, so we’re pretty close. I don’t post much, mostly read. But I thought I’d say hey to a fellow bay area Yankees fan!

  28. Howler March 22nd, 2014 at 3:15 am

    Must be nice to be able to read the collective minds of teams across the league to know how they view a player…so tell me, what do my friends really think of my new GF. As for Solarte…who knows, sometimes players come about know one really considered, sometimes they just disappear.

  29. bbb51 March 22nd, 2014 at 3:23 am

    When Spring Training Matters

    http://fivethirtyeight.com/fea.....g-matters/

  30. Jarak March 22nd, 2014 at 4:05 am

    Hey to sweet spot. I lived in SoCal for two tv seasons, I know that’s not really near but hello anyway.

    If CC is the new Pettitte for the next four years I will take. Got my fingers crossed that he is

  31. jmills March 22nd, 2014 at 5:35 am

    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ClQcUyhoxTg#

    More sleet hitting the roof, I’m overjoyed.

  32. CountryClub March 22nd, 2014 at 6:08 am

    For those that are up, first regular season game on now. LA vs Ariz on MLB Network. Kershaw pitching.

  33. RadioKev March 22nd, 2014 at 6:38 am

    I forgot about the Dodgers jumping in the pool last season. That was great.

  34. RadioKev March 22nd, 2014 at 6:39 am

    Well this is one of the worst plays I’ve ever seen http://www.cbssports.com/mlb/e.....s-expected

  35. MTU March 22nd, 2014 at 7:30 am

    Good Morning.

    CC looked great last night.

    Becoming even more of a pitcher.

    Our staff is looking really good.

    Hope those 2 IF errors are not a sign of things to come.

  36. MTU March 22nd, 2014 at 7:34 am

    What is the SABR stat for how a Catcher interacts w pitchers and calls games ?

    ;)

  37. RadioKev March 22nd, 2014 at 7:44 am

    Wow does Jansen have life on the ball.

  38. MTU March 22nd, 2014 at 7:49 am

    If the Men in Blue stay healthy this year they will be hard to stop.

  39. RadioKev March 22nd, 2014 at 7:54 am

    Yes MTU, the early returns from McCann and our pitching staff are promising. CC looked sharp last night, and the change up was good. Hope he stays in the groove.

  40. blake March 22nd, 2014 at 8:05 am

    Kershaw had a terrible spring…..when the game counted he was still clayton Kershaw

  41. Yankee Trader March 22nd, 2014 at 8:16 am

    Good morning

    Who will take Ryan’s place on the roster and go North with the team while he recuperates?
    a. Dean Anna
    b. Didi Gregorius
    c. No one. Brian Cashman already has a deal in place for Stephen Drew, who will be added after the first game, so that he cannot be given the QO after this season.
    d. None if the above
    e. All of the above

  42. MTU March 22nd, 2014 at 8:17 am

    YT-

    Solarte.

    :)

  43. RadioKev March 22nd, 2014 at 8:17 am

    Dean Anna

  44. MTU March 22nd, 2014 at 8:21 am

    Looking forward to some more Tanaka time today.

    :)

  45. Yankee Trader March 22nd, 2014 at 8:21 am

    The infield might get a ton of work this season. Sabathia got 10 ground ball outs last night. With Kuroda, Tanaka, and Nova all getting their share of ground ball outs, combined with strikeouts, might we see a Yankkes pitcher pitch a NoNo this season?

  46. Yankee Trader March 22nd, 2014 at 8:25 am

    Solarte isn’t on the 40 man roster, but he is a deserving candidate.

    MTU

    Does Cashman pull of that trade with Towers, discussed many moons ago, for JJ Putz?

    Gregorius and Putz, for Ichiro, Murphy , Claiborne, Mitchell, or some other combination?

    Do we want a Putz on the Yankees? :)

  47. Yankee Trader March 22nd, 2014 at 8:30 am

    This is the pitch that might very well make CC an effective pitcher again:
    From this mornings NJ.com

    http://www.nj.com/yankees/inde.....pitch.html

  48. Yankee Trader March 22nd, 2014 at 8:36 am

    From another article in the NJ paper.

    Austin Romine and John Ryan Murphy each had Japanese language learning software on their clubhouse chairs Friday. Murphy said he didn’t know who bought it. But he knows what it’s for. The team’s got three Japanese-speaking pitchers in Tanaka, Kuroda and reliever Yoshinori Tateyama, who will likely start the season at Triple A.

  49. Yankee Trader March 22nd, 2014 at 8:37 am

    New Post—–>

    Then I’ll stop talking to myself.

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