Men Plead Guilty To Robbing Sabathia

CLEVELAND - The two men accused of robbing Cleveland Indians star pitcher C.C. Sabathia appeared in court on Tuesday and pleaded guilty to the crime, Action News reported.

Former Cleveland State University basketball players Damon Stringer and Jamaal Harris (pictured, above) pleaded guilty to aggravated robbery and kidnapping.

The judge is considering their sentences, which could range from three to 10 years in prison.

Cleveland Police said that the men robbed Sabathia at gunpoint and stole the jewelry that he was wearing and his wallet back in June at a Downtown Cleveland luxury hotel.