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CC Sabathia talks about his new children's book "CC Claus: A Baseball Christmas Story"
CC Sabathia was doing some pitching of a different sort Tuesday at the Barnes and Noble on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan. The Yankees' lefty was there to sign copies of his new children's book "CC Claus: A Baseball Christmas Story."
(Source From: nydailynews.com)

Sabathia's double life as a youth football coach
During the day, the Yankees' lefty rehabs a right knee that limited him to eight starts this past season, required delicate surgery, several other procedures and has him among the many questions for 2015 in The Bronx.
(Source From: nypost.com)

Yankee Star CC Sabathia Hits Home Run At Camp Simcha
The children of Camp Simcha know what it's like to be on the disabled list. Perhaps that's why they and CC Sabathia, starting pitcher for the New York Yankees, developed an instant connection when the major league star visited the camp on Tuesday.
(Source From: theyeshivaworld.com)

New York Yankees' CC Sabathia Completes Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS Awareness
Sabathia is the latest of many players to take part in the challenge that helps raise awareness to what has become known as Lou Gehrig's Disease.
http://instagram.com/p/r5ZWTgNCz_/  (follow the link to Sabathia's instragram account where the video is posted.)
(Source From: www.sportsmedia.com)

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  • C.C. was selected for the 2000 Olympic team but did not pitch in the Summer Games, at the request of the Indians. He did not receive a gold medal because he was not on the official 24-man squad.
  • C.C. was selected as 2001 Rookie Pitcher of the Year by The Sporting News.
  • In his 2001 playoff win, C.C. struck out A.L. RBI champion Bret Boone three times.
  • C.C. got his first big-league hit off Dennys Reyes of the Rockies in 2002.
  • In 2003, C.C. became the youngest pitcher to start Opening Day since Dwight Gooden in 1986.
  • In 2004, C .C. became Cleveland's youngest All-Star since Dennis Eckersley in 1977.
  • C.C. hit his first career home run against Elizardo Ramirez of the Reds in 2005.
  • CC collected his 1,000th career strikeout in 2005. He struck out Ichiro Suzuki, the player who beat him out for Rookie of the Year in 2000.
  • C.C.'s 10 complete games in 2008 were the most in the majors since Randy Johnson had 12 in 1999.
  • On September 28, 2009, C.C. became the youngest pitcher (27 years, 69 days) to record 100 career wins since Greg Maddux in 1993.
  • In 2009, C.C. won the Players Choice award for AL Pitcher of the Year.
  • C.C. was the first Cleveland pitcher since Luis Tiant to record 10 wins or more in each of his first five seasons.
  • The first time C.C. faced his childhood idol, Ken Griffey Jr., he was so excited that he hit him with a pitch.
  • When C.C. pitches against Oakland, more than 100 family and friends attend the game.
  • During his rookie year, C.C. made a deal with his mom—if he won 10 games she would quit smoking. She stopped on July 23rd, after his 10th victory.
  • C.C.'s dad did not attend his playoff victory in Seattle in 2001. He had a fear of flying, and couldn't get on a plane so soon after 9/11.
  • C.C. wears his cap slightly off-kilter as his signature style.
  • C.C.'s favorite movie is "Scarface." His favorite TV show is "Entourage."
  • C.C.'s favorite video game is Madden Football.
  • Before he stopped eating fast food, C.C's traditional pre-game meal was a Big Bacon Classic and super-size fries at Wendy's.
  • C.C. has a collection of autographed baseball caps.
  • C.C. is married. He and his wife, Amber and have four kids, CC III, Jaeden, Cyia, and Carter.
  • C.C. has his last name tattooed across his back, uniform-style.
  • In the past, C.C. teamed with Barry Zito and Curt Schilling to provide housing for military families with service members in hospitals.
  • When C.C. inked his contract with the Yankees it was the largest deal, dollar-wise, ever signed by a pitcher.
  • After signing with the Yankees, C.C. and his family built a house in Alpine, New Jersey. They plan to live there year 'round.