Baseball's "unwritten rules" seem to be—from an outsider's perspective, at least—wildly inconsistent and stupid. And when you consider that breaking a "rule" (stealing a base with a big lead, admiring a home run, etc.) may result in a hitter receiving a 95 mph fastball in the ear hole, it's important to clear up this oftentimes murky code of honor.
Thankfully, Cy Young Award winner CC Sabathia stopped by the Complex studio to give his take on everything from pimping home runs to bunting with a big lead. You can also check out the first installment of our interview with Sabathia, embedded below.