NEW YORK – The Yankees placed starter CC Sabathia on the 10-day disabled list on Saturday, the day after he had prematurely ended a game against the Baltimore Orioles due to a hip injury.
Sabathia is on the 10-day DL by Dritelbasist Brandon Drury, who also came early out of the 14-man marathon due to severe migraine and blurred vision
Manager Aaron Boone hinted after the 7: 3 loss that Saturday's service could come as Sabathia 
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Together with the departures of Sabathia and Drury to DL, the Yankees chose the assistant Jonathan Holder after Triple-A Scranton / Wilkes-Barre He allowed a 14th. Inning Grand Slam Frid yes. The owner had 20:25 ERA in three relief appearances in this season.
To take these three duty points, the Yankees recalled the pitchers Luis Cessa and Domingo German of Triple-A, and signed out fielder / outfielder Jace Peterson of Scranton / Wilkes-Barre
The news of Sabathia's trip to the DL came after optimistic after the ball game, shortly after midnight on Saturday morning, that he would make his next start in Boston next week. He said after the game that he felt "good".
"It was hurting, and I've never felt this place before – ever throwing a baseball – so it was a bit nerve wracking," Sabathia said about the game's coming-out after the fourth inning.
Sabathia, 37, allowed four hits and three runs – all on solo home runs – on only 58 pitches. He showed no signs of trouble with his hip when he was in the field, but he said he started to feel the pain as he finished his warm-up exercises in the third inning.
Apart from an ankle injury that lost him out of the game Shortly, Sabathia was mostly healthy during spring training. Last season he spent time on the list of the disabled with a strained left hamstring and an inflammation of the right knee.
Drury was replaced on the sixth Friday and second baseman Tyler Wade came out ninth. According to Boone, Wade had flu-like symptoms.
After the game asked how he felt, Wade simply said, "Not good."
Catcher Gary Sanchez was also removed in the 14th inning, after he had kept right calf between the pitches. He and Boone said he was cramped. By the time he came out, Sanchez had caught more than 250 playing fields.