As you may have heard, Andy Pettitte has returned to the New York Yankees. The pitcher retired somewhat abrubtly, as his last season (2010) was a very good campaign that saw him go 11 and 3 with an All Star appearance, so there was reason to think he could continue. Show More Summary
As you are aware, for the second time Andy Pettitte is calling it a career in Major League Baseball. Bloggers around the country have been consistent in the belief that he falls a little short of the Hall of Fame threshold. Recently,...Show More Summary
It was not that long ago that we here at Notinhalloffame.com looked at two pitchers (Roy Halladay and Tim Hudson) who reached the 200 Win milestone and openly discussed their overall Cooperstown credentials. We now have had a greater milestone achieved, that of 250 wins by Andy Pettitte, who secured that feat by defeating the Seattle Mariners today. Show More Summary
Does 240 Wins make a Hall of Fame Career? Probably not, but there should be little doubt that Pettitte carved himself a nice career and is retiring with some fairly nice statistics. His 240 wins is paired with only 138 losses leaving him a.638 win percentage, which is 9th overall in Major League History. Show More Summary
Even though he is admitted PED user the New York Yankees will retire Andy Pettitte's number.
The New York Yankees are planning to retire pitcher Andy Pettitte's number this season, but his years-old admission to using human growth hormone continues to cast a controversial shadow on what was otherwise a remarkable career.
On Sunday it was announced that the Yankees would retire the numbers of Bernie Williams, Jorge Posada, and Andy Pettitte, three of the most important figures from the Yankees dynasty that won five World Series titles in the late 90s and early 2000s. One Yankees player from that era who isn’t getting his number retired? […]
The Yankees announced yesterday that they will retire the numbers of Andy Pettitte, Jorge Posada, and Bernie Williams, and that all three—along with Willie Randolph— will receive plaques in Monument Park in four different ceremonies spread across the season. No American sports team has made such an art of monetizing its history. Read more...
Bernie Williams, Willie Randolph, Andy Pettitte and Jorge Posada will be honored with a plaque in Monument Park, and all except Randolph will have their numbers retired.
Giambi is calling it quits after an impressive 20-year-career, while the Yankees are set to retire three more numbers this summer. Jason Giambi announced his retirement from professional baseball Monday, issuing a statement via the New...Show More Summary
After the news broke Sunday that the Yankees will honor Andy Pettitte this season, the club Monday announced three more honorees.
Chuck Knoblauch unleashed a torrent of Twitter rants late Sunday night after dissing his former Yankees teammate Andy Pettitte.
When an athlete gets his or her number retired, family, friends and former teammates usually have nothing but kind things to say. That's not the case with Andy Pettitte. On Sunday, Josh Pettitte—one of Andy's sons—broke the news that the New York Yankees would be retiring Pettitte's No. Show More Summary
Two more former New York Yankees are headed to Monument Park. On Sunday, it was revealed that Andy Pettitte would have his No. 46 retired this summer. Now the team has announced that Bernie Williams' No. 51 and Jorge Posada's No. 20Show More Summary
The New York Yankees reportedly will retire the No. 46 jersey in honor of former starting pitcher Andy Pettitte. Andy's son Josh revealed the news on Twitter: Pettitte, who spent 15 of his 18 MLB seasons with the Yanks, finished his career in 2013 with a 3.94 ERA and 1.37 WHIP while wearing the pinstripes. Show More Summary
Andy Pettitte, who made his own comeback after a performance-enhancing drug issue, has some advice for his embattled former teammate Alex Rodriguez: Tell the whole story.
Not including Darrell Poodry. In the grand and stupid tradition of 50 baseball-related metal bands and 50 baseball-related dog names, here are 50 baseball players who are also complete sentences: Alex Wood Andy Pettitte Chase Utley Pete...Show More Summary
It's a free ride, when you've already paid. Robinson Cano is the first major free agent the Yankees have let go since Andy Pettitte. He's almost certainly the biggest free agent the Yankees have ever lost. He's with his new team, the Mariners, in New York on Tuesday night. Show More Summary
Mariano Rivera, Andy Pettitte and Jorge Posada joined their Core Four counterpart Monday at Yankee Stadium in what was Derek Jeter’s final home opener as a player.
The New York Yankees' "Core Four" of Mariano Rivera, Andy Pettitte, Derek Jeter and Jorge Posada were honored on the field before Jeter's final home opener. [MLB] Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com