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Sabathia (knee) reported feeling "pretty much back to 100 percent" after undergoing knee surgery in July, MLB.com reports.

Sabathia began throwing again in September, and has continued working out at Yankee Stadium twice a week. He expects to be good to go for spring training, and is hopeful he'll be able to return to a full workload of over 200 innings in the 2015 season.

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Sabathia (knee) played catch Monday for the first time since undergoing season-ending knee surgery in July, MLB.com reports.

Sabathia made 20 throws from 60 feet, reporting afterward that he felt good. The next step will be for the lefty to throw off a mound, which he expects to be able to do in two to three weeks. The 34-year-old said he'll throw a bullpen session but after that he should be able to have a normal offseason program and plans to return for spring training.

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Sabathia (knee) underwent another stem cell injection, and will begin throwing within the next two weeks, the NY Post reports.

Sabathia has missed most of the season, placed on the disabled list in May. The lefty underwent surgery in July, and is hoping to make a full recovery before spring training in 2015.

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CC Sabathia underwent season-ending surgery on his right knee Wednesday.

The Yankees announced Thursday that the procedure went "as planned." Sabathia is aiming to be ready for the start of spring training next season, but that's not a certainty. He finished 2014 with a 5.28 ERA, 1.48 WHIP, and 48/10 K/BB ratio in 46 innings (eight starts). The big left-hander is under contract through 2016, with a vesting option for 2017.

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CC Sabathia will undergo season-ending surgery on his right knee on July 23.

The good news is that it's a debridgement procedure rather than a microfracture one, which would have put the left-hander's career in jeopardy. It's possible microfracture surgery will eventually be needed if the cleanup doesn't work, but obviously that's a last resort. Sabathia should be ready to go for spring training.

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Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said that the club expects to have a firm diagnosis on CC Sabathia (knee) by Friday.

Sabathia cancelled an appointment with Dr. James Andrews but saw Dr. Neal ElAttrache and Dr. Keith Meister as he sought second and third opinions on his ailing right knee. The worry is that he could require microfracture surgery, which would end his season and possibly put his career in doubt.

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CC Sabathia (knee) has postponed Monday's appointment with Dr. James Andrews and will see Dr. Neal ElAttrache and Dr. Keith Meister first.

The anticipation is that Sabathia probably needs microfracture surgery on his right knee, but he understandably wants as many opinions as possible before making a decision. If he does need an operation, obviously his season would be over.

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Yankees manager Joe Girardi said Friday that it's "fair to say" CC Sabathia (knee) won't return this season.

Sabathia had a setback during his rehab assignment earlier this week and Girardi conceded that it's "always a possibility" the left-hander could need microfracture surgery on his right knee. The skipper also acknowledged that such a procedure could potentially threaten Sabathia's career. Sabathia underwent an MRI and is slated to visit with Dr. James Andrews on July 14 before a gameplan is mapped out.

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ESPN's Buster Olney reports that "there continues to be a possibility" that CC Sabathia will require microfracture surgery on his right knee.

Olney notes that such a procedure would leave the big left-hander with "an uncertain pitching future." Sabathia underwent an MRI and is slated to visit with Dr. James Andrews after experiencing swelling in the knee following a rehab start Wednesday. More should be known about Sabathia's status sometime over the weekend, but his situation is sounding more ominous by the day.

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CC Sabathia will visit Dr. James Andrews to determine the next step after an MRI on his right knee showed swelling.

The Yankees haven't revealed yet whether Sabathia has any structural damage in his knee, but they don't seem encouraged. "You don't want a setback like this," manager Joe Girardi said. More will obviously be known about Sabathia's status after he visits with Dr. Andrews.