CC Sabathia lowered his ERA to 3.55 with seven innings of one-run ball. (Jim McIsaac/Getty)
By Bryan Hoch / MLB.com
It wasn't 15-0, but the way CC Sabathia was pitching, it might as well have been. Sabathia drove in one of the Yankees' four second-inning runs with a single and cruised from there, holding the Mets without a baserunner until the fifth. Alex Rodriguez's homer, his 564th, moved him past Reggie Jackson on the all-time list.
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