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Yes, it’s true. According to ESPN’s Buster Olney, Andy Pettitte is returning to the Yankees. The 39-year-old starting pitcher has signed a one-year minor-league deal worth $2.5 million. This just happened, and as of this posting, Pettite’s Wikipedia page hasn’t even had time to be updated. (UPDATE: Now it has.)
The federal judge presiding over Roger Clemens’ perjury trial said in a hearing today that he will limit testimony from Andy Pettitte and other former New York Yankees.
The Yankees’ Andy Pettitte officially announced his retirement today, prompting many ton ask the question: will he be elected the Baseball Hall of Fame one day? One ESPN writer doesn’t think so.
First it was the Red Sox dealing with horrible injury luck – apparently they’ve now transferred that luck to the rival Yankees after A.J. Burnett and Andy Pettitte got hurt on back-to-back days.
New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi, pitcher Andy Pettitte, and third baseman Alex Rodriguez held a press conference in Anaheim today – site of tonight’s All-Star Game – and discussed the death of legendary team owner George Steinbrenner.