You Can Stop Worrying About CC Sabathia

July 18, 2012 12:00 AM

You Can Stop Worrying About CC Sabathia

" CC Sabathia was on the disabled list to deal with a strained groin muscle for the last three weeks, but you're forgiven for wondering if he spent the time at some magical spa only known to ace pitchers with access to millions of dollars.

Sabathia showed no signs of lingering doubt about the stability of that muscle against the Blue Jays on Tuesday night as he threw six shutout innings in a 6-1 victory. He looked like he had plenty more in the tank, but Joe Girardi opted for caution and removed him from the game after Adam Lind led off the seventh with a single.

Sabathia left after throwing just 87 pitches and that kind of efficiency, 66 of those pitches were strikes, hasn't always been Sabathia's calling card this season. There have been nights where he seems to be battling himself as much, if not more, than the opposition while he's on the mound.

There were no battles of any kind on Tuesday night as Sabathia's precision left the Blue Jays with little chance of accomplishing anything other than a solid effort during their at-bats against him "

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