Dec 23, 2010, 2:30 PM EDT
“I’m feeling good,” Sabathia said. “I wasn’t really worried about the surgery because I had it before. It was just swelling up on me after starts during the year, just achy pain that affected me while I was pitching.”
Sabathia has lost 15 pounds from his 6-foot-7 frame through a tough offseason training program of cardiovascular workouts and weight training. His knee recovered in just less than a month after the procedure, so he is well into his full exercise program and playing light catch.
He hopes to lose an additional 15 pounds before the season starts.
Given how tall and generally huge Sabathia is, I don’t think we’ll really notice the 30 pounds. Good for him if he’s really getting in better shape, though. I want him to dominate for another decade so that all of those guys who wrote the “we’ll never see another 300 game winner” articles in recent years can write those same articles again.
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