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Monday September 21st 2020


Are the New York Yankees Asking Too Much of Andy Pettitte?

Updated to reflect Tuesday night postponement.

At age 40, lefthander Andy Pettitte surely never thought he’d be looked to as the guy to save the New York Yankees’ 2012 season.

After all, we’re talking about a guy who didn’t pitch at all in 2011, a guy who retired and thought he’d had enough.

But Pettitte came back this season and, outside of a shaky first start, looked solid while posting a 3-3 record with a 3.22 ERA and 1.09 WHIP in his first nine starts. Then there was that fateful meeting between a hard grounder off the bat of Cleveland Indians’ first baseman Casey Kotchman and the Pettitte's left ankle during his start at Yankee Stadium on June 27.

Pettitte will return to the same ...

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