ANAHEIM, California. – Yankees left-hander CC Sabathia lost his cool during his ESPN Sunday night baseball outing at Angel Stadium.
With two and two out in the third inning of a goalless game, Sabathia threw a left-wing attacker from Los Angeles Angels, Justin Upton, a two-strike fastball that was either on the inside of the plate or just emerged ,
Q & A with hot-blooded baby bombers Gleyber Torres and Miguel Andujar  Sabathia really wanted the call, and he steamed when record umpire Angel Hernandez called it a ball. Even after he retired Upton on an inning-ending slow roller threesome, Sabathia was still angry and it almost led to some ugliness he shouted something towards home-plates and Hernandez yelled back as he walked his way.
Sabathia calmed down and went about his business, and, boy, he was well through seven innings allowing only one run in what would become another Yankees win, that one 2-1
"You have to go and make pitches," said Sabathia. "All that stuff does not matter."
This is not an old Sabathia – the big guy is a couple of years after his tough days at the age of 37 – but he has a great start with a 2-0 record and 1,771 ERA in five outings
The Yankees -Wave is the longest since winning ten consecutive times in June 2012, and the last three gave them the first run of a series in Anaheim since 2003.
"We" I have quite a few of them this season Injuries suffered, played well, fought a few days, the weather … the whole thing, "said Yankees manager Aaron Boone. We're just lost somehow and now we're off to a really good Houston team.
Next comes four against the Astros who defeated the Yankees at the ALCS last year before winning their first World Series.
"Every time you go there, it's going to be tough," Sabathia said. "Obviously they are the best team in the league, they won the World Series last year and we are looking forward to a good four-game series and hopefully we can win and win the series."
This motto worked during her Weekend in Anaheim.
One night after the Yankees were unbelievably flying around and scored five runs In the first and second innings in Saturday's 11-1 Cakewalk, their only offensive fireworks came in the fourth inning, as Giancarlo Stanton got a double double left to Angels left-back Tyler Skaggs and Gary Sanchez followed with a long homer left for (19659002) "It looked like (Sanchez) got a fastball in the middle of the plate and he pounded it," Boone said.
Sanchez's blast was a 447 foot that cleared the Yankees and Angels "The only other person I've seen over the bullpens was A-Rod," said Sabathia.
The 2-0 lead to the sixth, when Sabathia gave up his only, cheap run, Upton grabbed for an Infie David Pujols followed with a Blough over Didi Gregorius' shortstop head and the Run scored in a wild spot.
With the second run, Sabathia retired from the race and worked one more inning before leaving a 2-1 game after 97 pitches. He only allowed five hits, hit four and went one.
"Everything worked for him," said Sanchez. "All his pitches were sharp … the slider, the cutter, the change got better as the game went on, he was very good."
Once Sabathia had left, the Yankees moved the game with Chad Green, who worked on his In a scoreless eighth, Aroldis Chapman got into trouble and had to walk the angels in the ninth round with the tie on the second base take away a theft.
The victory left the Yankees in two games in the AL East when first place beat Boston Tampa Bay 4-3 at Fenway Park. Eight days earlier, the Yankees were 7 1/2 games ahead of the first.
"It's a long way to go and there are a few other teams that are really, really good, that will make it hard for us." Boone said. "But I know we are really good and we prepare each day."
– Right fielder Aaron Judge was 0-for-4 with three strikeouts, finishing the series 3-for-15 with 11 Ks.
– Rehabbing for Scranton / Wilkes-Barre, third baseman Brandon Drury played both ends of a double header in Lehigh Valley, going 1 to 3 in each game. He is now 6-for-13 in four rehab games, and according to Aaron Boone, it's possible he's coming out of the DL and getting active while the Yankees are in Houston this week.
– Pujols was 1-for-4 with his 2,996. Karrierehit.
Monday: Yankees at Houston Astros, 19:10, EST, YES. RHP Sonny Gray (1-1, 7.71) against RHP Charlie Morton (3-0, 1.86).
Tuesday: Yankees in Houston Astros, 19:10, EST, YES. LHP Jordan Montgomery (2: 0, 3,76) against RHP Justin Verlander (4: 0, 1,36)
Wednesday: Yankees in Houston Astros, 19:10, EST, YES. RHP Luis Severino (4-1, 2.61) against LHP Dallas Keuchel (1-4, 4.00).
Yankees at Houston Astros, 2:10 pm, EST, YES. RHP Masahiro Tanaka (4-2, 4.37) against RHP Lance McCullers (4-1, 3.71)
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