Yeah, that's definitely going on my wall.
In 20 years, Yankee fans of the future will look back on the late 00's/early 10's, and see that the ace of the Yankees was CC Sabathia, and he threw fire. They'll read that he was dominant for several years, and he made many attempts to win a Cy Young, one of which was foiled by Felix freaking Hernandez.
They'll see that face, and they'll say "That's the guy who everybody feared when they played the Yanks." They'll be right, too.
CC Sabathia has defined the Yankees' pitching staff. Ever since we picked him up for the 2009 season, he's been a powerhouse, having spectacular seasons in pinstripes, and winning countless games. This season, thanks to an injury, has been sort of a down year, but it doesn't matter. He's still trucking along, and if he's hot in a month, whoever they play in the playoffs will be in trouble.
CC is awesome. Everybody knows it, and everybody will know it.
Coming Tomorrow- Shifting to a darker corner of the AL East, an outfielder for a team that should be battling the Yanks for a pennant race, and is instead settling with third.