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FOXSports.com's Ken Rosenthal discusses CC Sabathia and Andy Pettite's injuries.
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This is Ken Rosenthal of foxsports.com. Two major injuries for the yankees' CC sabathia the groin goes to DL. If he had it breaks his ankle out six weeks. The natural question is. A month ago with the trading deadline. What will the Yankees do. Well if history is any less than they probably won't do too much a couple of years ago they tried hard to get Cliff Lee blocked out the Rangers. But in general general manager Brian Cashman philosophy at the trade deadline has not been to make a splash. In fact his biggest you at the deadline probably was the trade for Bobby Abreu in 2006. Yankees have mostly and it complementary parts in July saving their big stuff for the off season. Now will this be different. Probably not at least -- Cashman early comments. What are you saying what he's indicating is that the Yankees will stay within that Freddy Garcia got David Phelps Adam Warren as well. Not a great group obviously but a group that potentially can get them through given the strength of their bullpen in the stranded -- it might be enough. Now if the Yankees do decide to go out into the market they do have some pieces to -- Border your guess is one Francisco's -- -- another bunch of young pitchers both high level low. But the Yankees -- -- in recent years under Cashman has been a -- those prospects to keep him as low budget alternative. So for Matt Garza -- for Francisco Liriano probably better because the price would be lower. But again it would be really interesting to see where they are come July 31. Everybody. Listen up. Listen up guys hey guys listen up no one should ever hit a woman not their wife. Not their girlfriends not their day no -- after violence especially not from someone they know and trust it's up to us. Because even one -- threw me violence against woman hurts all of us we all have to take responsible so step up. It's the gap because one is to --