CC Sabathia celebrates six years sober, hosts charity golf gala

Former Yankees ace CC Sabathia celebrated six years of sobriety this week — and in addition hosted a charity golf match along with his spouse, Amber, for his or her PitCCh In Basis.

Superstar attendees and professional athletes on the PitCCh In Basis Charity Golf Event included “Good Morning America” host Michael Strahan, “Grown-ish” star Anthony Anderson, and Energy 105.1 FM’s Angie Martinez — in addition to Justin Tuck, Andruw Jones and Kaulig Firms CEO Tim Clepper, amongst others.

The enjoyable “scramble model” match at Alpine Nation Membership in Demarest, NJ, started with a “shotgun begin,” and in addition included a starry breakfast, lunch, cocktails and dinner plus a silent public sale to finish the night. The occasion raised $600,000.

In the meantime, Sabathia individually posted on Instagram the subsequent day: “Six years in the past to this present day, I decided that may affect the remainder of my life. To higher myself and be there for my household: my spouse and youngsters, the Yankees, and all family members. To set an instance for others that they will make the identical change of their lives.”

He added, “6 years sober and a lifetime to go. Blessed and grateful to be residing a wholesome life and overcoming alcohol dependency.”

Sadly, his former staff was eliminated from the playoffs this week when the Boston Pink Sox beat the Yankees on Tuesday evening. The bewildering loss prompted Sabathia to marvel, “What the f–ok are we doing flawed?”

The previous hurler stated on his Spotify “R2C2” podcast of the Bronx Bombers’ gorgeous defeat, “Our core misplaced to a staff in ’18 that’s not even the identical Pink Sox… they traded all them. We nonetheless have the identical core. We come again to Boston 4 years later and misplaced to a totally totally different core.”

That’s fairly hardcore. | CC Sabathia celebrates six years sober, hosts charity golf gala


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