Oh, what a season CC had. It started with that horrific April in Cleveland that had owners dumping him left and right, and ended in September in Milwaukee, with the poor guy seemingly throwing 120-pitch shutouts every fourth day. I will not be drafting Sabathia next year. I hear his pitching arm is now attached to his body thanks only to paper clips and duct tape.
CC Sabathia: 9 IP, 4 hits, 0 ER, 1 BB, 7 K for the W
Let me quickly say thanks to those who stuck with us the entire season. Hope you fared well in your leagues. (I played in three leagues and finished 1st of 16, 2nd of 14 and 6th of 12, so I had an incredibly successful season.) We'll still be posting here at the Hurler this fall and winter. Far, far less often, of course, but I do have a couple of things planned for this offseason. A wrap-up of my bloggers league is coming today or tomorrow. Plus, there's the matter of getting a group together for the inaugural Hurler Fantasy League, which I am still planning for '09. Stay tuned.