The Yankees are back in a tie in the American League East race with the Toronto Blue Jays after losing 4-3 to the Cleveland Indians on Sunday afternoon at Yankee Stadium.

C.C. Sabathia exited the game after just 2.2 innings with knee problems. He gave up two earned runs and walked four in the short outing. He got a no-decision.

The game was tied at 3-3 in the top of the eighth inning but Francisco Lindor homered for the Indians to give them the 4-3 lead. Dellin Betances took the loss.

Jacoby Ellsbury led the way for the Yanks at the plate, going 2-5.

The real shame of the day was that the Yanks lost on Andy Pettitte Day. One day after retiring Jorge Posada's number, the Pinstripes put away No. 46 for good.

Pettitte was one of the best Yankee hurlers ever. He's third all-time in Yankees history with 219 wins.

If you missed Pettitte Day, watch some of the highlights here:


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