They have got a great lineup and you know that, if you make bad pitches to them they are going to hurt you up and downYankees need a win over Red Sox Oct 09, 2003
He's a great guy and he's going to get a lot of bad publicity. You hate to see that, with what he's done, it's all going to be in doubt now. It's going to be hard for people to believe that he has been hitting without a corked batReaction to Sosa corked bat incident Jun 04, 2003
When I left Arlington Stadium last year, I felt like I was doneAndy Pettitte retires Feb 04, 2011
Andrew Eugene Pettitte (pronounced /ˈpɛtɪt/) (born June 15, 1972 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana) is an American left-handed Major League Baseball starting pitcher who is currently a free agent.
In his major league career, he played for the New York Yankees from 1995–2003. He then signed with the Houston Astros, and played for them from 2004 through 2006. In 2007, Pettitte rejoined the Yankees. He has won five championships with the New York Yankees and is Major League Baseball's all-time postseason wins leader with 19.
Through 2009, Pettitte is ninth among active major league players in win-loss percentage (.629), fourth in wins (229), and seventh in strikeouts (2,150). He is also one of only two active players with at least 200 wins, 2,000 strikeouts, and a winning percentage at or above .600. The other, Pedro Martínez did not pitch in the 2010 season. In addition, he has secured the most wins of any pitcher during the 2000s.