C.C rebounds, dominates

In his previous start, C.C admitted to quitting and losing focus during his worst performance of his career when he gave up nine runs to the Chicago Cubs. He was frustrated and upset with himself and apologized after the game. Sabathia had something to prove going into his start Tuesday night and came up big. The Tribe offense didn’t do much after the two-run first inning so the only way they were going to get a victory was if Sabathia pitched a dominant game and that’s exactly what he did. He displayed some great mental toughness by putting his last ugly outing behind him and focused on the task at hand. Kudos.

“I felt like a kid throwing a baseball,” Sabathia said. “I was having fun. Just to get back out there and be pitching, it felt awesome.”

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