• All systems go as Pettitte prepares for Tuesday

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Sep 16, 2012
    "I'm going to go out there, hope I can get in a good rhythm, have my command and I'll throw the ball well," Pettitte said. It has been the strangest of seasons for veteran left-hander Andy Pettitte. After a year in retirement, Pettitte decided to sign late, missed two months of the season with a broken left ankle, and for the second time in 2012, makes a highly anticipated start for the Yankees when he faces the Blue Jays on Tuesday night at Yankee Stadium. "But getting hurt and only having 60 innings right now when you were hoping to have a couple of hundred innings under your belt, it definitely gives me the option to consider coming back next year, that's for sure."
    Source: MLB.com
    • With 2013 looming, Pettitte focused on now

      With his mind not made up about next season, Andy Pettitte slides right back into the Yankees' rotation in the middle of a pennant race, which is the reason he came back to pitch in the first place.
      Source: MLB.com

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