CC Sabathia leaves mound in 3rd inning with apparent injury

Baseball CC Sabathia walked off the Yankee Stadium mound with two

outs in the third inning Sunday, leaving the game with an apparent injury.Even by the standards of the worst full season of his career, Sabathia wasn't himself in the early going against the Indians. He walked a season-high four batters in the 2 2/3 innings he pitched and also allowed a two-run homer to Carlos Santana in the first. MORE: The 15 best baseball movies ever, rankedSabathia's final pitch before departing was a 91 mph fastball for a strikeout of Yan Gomes. Watching replay of Sabathia's last pitch, looked as if right knee absorbed a lot of pressure as he landed. It's been drained twice since ST.— Jack Curry (@JackCurryYES) August 23, 2015Per @YankeesPR: CC Sabathia left the game with right knee pain. He'll be taken for an MRI and examined by team physician Christopher Ahmad.— YES Network (@YESNetwork) August 23, 2015The 35-year-old lefty is now carrying a 5.27 ERA and including Sunday's outing will have only one win in his last 12 starts. That doesn't tell the whole story, as he allowed two earned runs or fewer in three of those starts without getting a victory, but his performances have been uneven all season.