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According to SI.com's Jon Heyman, New York Yankees great Andy Pettitte "has the go-ahead from his family" to pitch another season in New York, if he so chooses.
Of course, this doesn't mean that Pettitte won't ultimately decide to retire.
It does mean, however, that the chances of his pitching in 2011 are better than they would have otherwise been.
The New York Yankees and pitcher Andy Pettitte just can't quit one another. CBS Sports' Jon Heyman reported that "Andy Pettitte and the Yankees are finalizing an agreement for one year at about $11 million for him to return to the B... Read Post
After re-signing Hiroki Kuroda last week, the New York Yankees have turned their full attention towards Andy Pettitte. According to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports and WFAN, Pettitte is expected to decide whether or not he is playing in th... Read Post