The way that CC Sabathia can command a big moment, the way he calmly catches the ball in his throwing hand, the way he confidently stands on the mound, surely must be daunting for opposing batters. Yet none of that is his greatest contribution to the Yankees. What he does best is not how much he frustrates the other side but how he reassures his own team. He does it all the time when he pitches after a Yankees loss. He did it again Monday night, in Game 3 of the American League Championship Series.
When Charlie Morton was growing up in New Jersey and Connecticut, his family loved baseball and the Yankees so much that they showed up to watch spring training one day in the rain. He recalls seeing one dedicated soul out there, running. The Mortons stopped the player as he tried to get back into what was then called Legends Field in Tampa and found him to be obliging when they asked him for an autograph.
NEW YORK—When Charlie Morton was growing up in New Jersey and Connecticut, his family loved baseball and the Yankees so much that they showed up to watch spring training one day in the rain. He recalls seeing one dedicated soul out there, running. The Mortons stopped the player as he tried to get back into what was then called Legends Field in Tampa, Fla., and found him to be obliging when they asked him for an autograph.
Outstanding work by TBS at end of the Dodgers game. Announcers stayed quiet, let crowd noise carry it. Great interview by Sam Ryan w Justin Turner, got him talking about being 4 yr old at Gramma's house, watching Kirk Gibson HR
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