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Sport Yankees include Sabathia, Hicks on ALCS roster

20:35  12 october  2019
20:35  12 october  2019 Source:   thescore.com

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Yankees include Hicks , Sabathia on ALCS roster . Veteran left-hander CC Sabathia , who dealt with chronic right knee problems all season and more recently with a sore left shoulder, was included on the 25-man roster for the ALCS after also missing the division series against the Minnesota Twins.

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The New York Yankees will have left-hander CC Sabathia and outfielder Aaron Hicks on their 25-man roster for the American League Championship Series against the Houston Astros, the team announced Saturday.

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Sabathia, 39, was left off the Yankees' ALDS roster against the Minnesota Twins because of a shoulder issue.

Hicks, meanwhile, hasn't played since early August after dealing with a right flexor tendon strain. There was speculation that the 30-year-old might need Tommy John surgery, but Hicks was able to avoid undergoing the procedure.

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CC Sabathia could be on the New York Yankees ' roster for the AL Championship Series after missing the previous round with an achy left shoulder. If Sabathia is active, he’ll pitch in relief either as a lefty specialist or to face three or four hitters. Yankees outfielder Aaron Hicks (Photo by Mike

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