On the heels of Sunday's news that Andy Pettittte will have his number retired by the Yankees and receive a plaque in Monument Park this season, we learned on Monday that Bernie Williams and Jorge Posada will get the same treatment
On Friday, Yankees starting pitcher Andy Pettitte announced that he would be retiring from Major League Baseball for the second time in his career. The 18-year veteran released the following statement:
There are so many fantasy scenarios going on with the Yankees it isn't even funny. It's turned into "Dreamland" in the Bronx. They aren't just playing baseball, and bad baseball at that. They are giving people around the game the idea that things are getting better or that a scenario is going to play out soon when it has no chance. Here are some examples.
The fact that the Yankees find themselves only 2.5 games out of the final wildcard spot is a tribute to Manager Joe Girardi's ability to maneuver a bullpen and starting pitching that has been consistent if not special
Suffice to say neither the Mets or Yanks are as hot as the weather in New York as we get set to start the " 2nd half" of the baseball season. The Mets are looking for respectability. The Yankees seek another playoff birth
There have been plenty of great Yankee arms in team history. Andy Pettitte recently passed the great Whitey Ford for all-time strikeouts. Toss-in Lefty Gomez and Red Ruffing. There really is an argument for each one
How many times throughout his career has Andy Pettitte saved the Yanks in his long and illustrious career? Yeah countless is the answer. The lefthander did it again on Monday night and in the process set a new Yankee record for strikeouts
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