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Monday, February 16, 2009
CC SlimbathiaThis photo was put up because A.J. Burnett is holding his junk, and man, ain't that a hoot? However, am I crazy or does CC Sabathia look like he dropped some weight this offseason? I realize that the blue-with-white panels on the practice jersey may be creating an artificial slimming effect, but he does seem relatively svelte here, no?
Posted by Craig Calcaterra at 12:40pm
Detroit Michael said...
The more noticable thing about Sabathia is that is cap is on straight!
Posted 02/16 at 01:44 PM
A *little* weight? He looks like he went on a carrot and string bean diet or something. It’s in the neck.
I say steroids. (just to rile up the New Yawkas)
Posted 02/16 at 01:54 PM
Yeah, he shed 40 or so. When does he join the clean shaven Bronx Boys?
Posted 02/16 at 02:02 PM
I say wait for a side view. Black is very flattering, especially from the front.
Posted 02/16 at 02:38 PM
Looks like he has lost weight but I didn’t expect the weight to be a big issue (no pun intended) in the first few years of the contract but in the last few years.
The concern for this year should be all the innings he pitched last year and whether he will take to the brights lights of NY as well the two Davids (Wells & Cone) or suffer the fate of Randy ‘Stop asking me questions’ Johnson and Carl ‘A trip to the DL beats dealing with the pressure’ Pavano.
Posted 02/16 at 03:15 PM
Sorry about the brain fart - it should be Randy ‘Stop talking to me’ Johnson. It’s been one of those days.
Posted 02/16 at 03:53 PM
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