Andy Pettitte had his longest start in his comeback attempt on Monday, tossing 96 pitches over 5.2 innings with Double-A Trenton. He didn't see many positive results, though, as he allowed six runs on 10 hits. He did strike out eight in the contest. This is not the first bad outing for Pettitte in his comeback attempt, which isn't necessarily a good sign for the New York Yankees.
Andy Pettitte had not worn a New York Yankees jersey since he retired at the end of the 2010 season—until Monday. Pettitte returned to the field in pinstripes at Yankees' camp on Monday. He was a "guest instructor," and he watched P... Read Post
Yankees starting pitcher Andy Pettitte made a rehab start Thursday night for Double-A Trenton, as part of his recovery from a groin injury. In game two of the playoffs, Pettitte threw four innings. He allowed two hits, walked one, a... Read Post