Not that it matters much, at this point. Via the Ledger -
The worst season of CC Sabathia’s storied career is over.
The Yankees announced Sabathia would not pitch again this season after straining his hamstring in his start on Friday. It was a Grade-2 strain, which calls for eight weeks of recovery time.
So even as the Yankees cling to their last bit of life in the Wild Card race, they’ll have to play without their highest-paid pitcher.
Sabathia, 33, went 14-13 with a 4.78 ERA this season. He gave up 112 earned runs, the most in the American League. He allowed a career-high 28 home runs, six more than he ever had before in a season.
Gene Monahan was smart to retire when he did…