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Tag Archives: Andy Pettitte
The Yankees couldn't take advantage of the Toronto Blue Jays over the weekend, but thanks to quality pitching by CC Sabathia and Ivan Nova, the Yankees were able to take the first two games with the San Francisco Giants in dominance. Ivan Nova threw his second shutout of the season, powered by offense as the ...
Alex Rodriguez's grand slam was a foreshadowed event--at least in the WCBS 880 booth. John Sterling was mentioning the all-time grand slam record, Lou Gehrig having 23 while Rodriguez also had 23, moments before the home run gave the Yankees four more runs in a 5-1 victory over the San Francisco Giants. CC Sabathia and Tim ...
The New York Yankees announced today that LHP Andy Pettitte will once again retire following the 2013 season. Here was Andy Pettitte's statement from today's press conference: “I’m announcing my retirement prior to the conclusion of our season because I want all of our fans to know now—while I’m still wearing this uniform—how grateful I am for ...
Boone Logan thought that his career had taken a turn for the worst when he couldn't figure out what was bothering his elbow. It was a lingering issue all season, but he figured he could pitch through it without it becoming a reason for him to miss playing time. Unfortunately, Logan he felt a sharp ...
In the last month or so, Andy Pettitte has been the Yankees best pitcher. He was denied a victory in his previous two starts because the bullpen blew his lead. Tonight he got the loss because the Yankees couldn't score against R.A. Dickey. The Yankees couldn't get the timely two out hit, stranding five runners in ...
If the game of baseball was judged by how many hits a team had during the game, then the Baltimore Orioles would win, outhitting the Yankees 13-6. However, what mattered in today's game was the importance of the hits. The Yankees scored five runs on six hits, Andy Pettitte pitched effectively through 6.1 IP and ...
Everything was looking great for the New York Yankees. Andy Pettitte finished six strong innings of three run ball, leaving with a five run lead in hopes that he would get his 11th win of the season and his 21st career win over the Boston Red Sox. Instead, Phil Hughes, Boone Logan, Preston Claiborne and ...
Ever since the 2009 season, it's been the same song and dance for Andy Pettitte: trying to decide whether he's going to retire or if he's going to play another year. Fans thought that Andy was going to hang up his cleats for good when he retired after the 2010 season. Even Pettitte thought that ...