Yankees manager Joe Girardi said moving CC Sabathia to Tuesday against the Twins is designed to keep the lefty’s right knee from taking the pounding of the Rogers Centre’s turf later in the week. Originally slated to start Sunday against the Orioles at Yankee Stadium, Sabathia was switched to Tuesday after the Yankees hammered the...
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