Who Can Make More Than CC Sabathia in MLB 

September 05 [Mon], 2011, 18:44
Sabathia won his first championship ring with the Yankees, finishing 19–8 with a 3.37 ERA. Sabathia also won the American League Championship Series (ALCS) Most Valuable Player Award for his performance in the 2009 ALCS. Sabathia finished fourth in the AL Cy Young Award voting behind Zack Greinke, Felix Hernandez, and Justin Verlander.
On September 18, he defeated the Baltimore Orioles to become baseball's first 20 game winner in 2010. The win also marks the first time he had ever won 20 games in a single season in his Wholesale Jerseys career. Sabathia had won 19 games in a season twice previously: in 2007 with the Indians and 2009 in his first season with the Yankees.
Sabathia holds a lifetime postseason record of 5 wins and 4 losses in 10 games. He has pitched a total of 61 1?3 postseason innings, giving up 61 hits, 25 walks and 30 earned runs resulting in a 4.40 ERA. He also struck out 56 batters. In the 2007 ALCS he beaned 3 batters. Sabathia became the highest paid pitcher in Major League Baseball history.
As of the end of the 2010 season, Sabathia has acquired 25 hits in 101 plate appearances, making him one of the more successful pitchers from a hitting standpoint. On one occasion, Sabathia hit a 440-foot home run on June 21, 2008, off Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Chan Ho Park. He commented later, saying "I told everybody I was trying to hit homers today because I had two singles last year and everybody was all over me, saying I was a singles hitter.