Apr. 21 8:05 PM PT9:05 PM MT10:05 PM CT11:05 PM ET23:05 ET3:05 GMT11:05 8:05 PM MST10:05 PM EST10:35 PM VEN7:05 UAE (+1)10:05 PM CT-The Pittsburgh Pirates got to Sabathia early for a 6-3 win over the New York Yankees on Friday night. Jordy Mercer led off with a solo shot against Sabathia in the first and Josh Bell followed an inning later with a two-run homer to give Pittsburgh a four-run cushion. Analysis: Sabathia had allowed three earned runs and 12 hits over 18 1/3 innings in his first three starts.
Apr. 15 4:42 PM PT5:42 PM MT6:42 PM CT7:42 PM ET19:42 ET23:42 GMT7:42 4:42 PM MST6:42 PM EST7:12 PM VEN3:42 UAE (+1)6:42 PM CT-Sabathia was very good for the third time in as many starts, allowing one run and three hits over 7 1/3 innings Saturday in a 3-2 win over the Cardinals. Analysis: Sabathia earned his 225th victory, moving past Hall of Famers Catfish Hunter and Jim Bunning for 66th on the career list. Sabathia has allowed three earned runs and 12 hits over 18 1/3 innings in his three starts.
Apr. 4 7:49 PM PT8:49 PM MT9:49 PM CT10:49 PM ET22:49 ET2:49 GMT10:49 7:49 PM MST9:49 PM EST10:19 PM VEN6:49 UAE (+1)9:49 PM CT-Sabathia had an outstanding season debut Tuesday at Tampa Bay, throwing three-hit ball over five innings in a 5-0 win. Analysis: Sabathia is pitching in his 17th major league season - second among active pitchers behind only Atlanta's Bartolo Colon, who is in his 20th season. Sabathia's next scheduled start is Sunday at Baltimore. Sabathia joined Herb Pennock, Frank Tanana, Tommy John, Jim Kaat, Kenny Rogers, Mike Flanagan, Lefty Grove and David Wells as the only left-handers in AL history to make at least one start in 17 different seasons.