C.C. Sabathia had another headache on Friday when the Southpaw retired after only three innings defeated athletics. The Yankees announced that Sabathia left with knee problems, and the 39-year-old was "downcast" after Mark Feinsand of MLB.com . Sabathia, however, hopes to return to the field this season and he will have his knee paralyzed and possibly undergo a cortisone shot, hoping to recover quickly.
A lot is at stake for Sabathia over the course of the season. For one, the potential Hall of Famer will retire at the end of the election campaign, so he obviously does not want his famous career to end in injury. In addition, Sabathia is anxious to help the Yankees to a World Series title. This would be her second title since moving to the 2009 season as a free agent.
As great as Sabathia was at that time After his tenure as Yankees, it does not look like the longtime workhorse has much left in the tank. Sabathia's knee, on which he has undergone several operations, has already forced him into the IL three times this year. After conquering the hill, Sabathia struggled to get deep into the games after accumulating 1
Of course, Sabathia is hardly the only member Of the New York starters who fell short of expectations in 2019. With the exception of Domingo German this also applies to all other regular starters who run out of Yankees ( Masahiro Tanaka ] James Paxton and JA Happ ). Due to the vulnerability of the rotation of the Yankees, there is skepticism regarding their chances to lift the Commissioner's Trophy in a few months and beat Sabathia high.