You know it’s inevitable, your favorite players can’t play forever. But it still stings when they decide to hang it up for good. Today it’s reported that one of the Yankees best pitchers of all time, Andy Pettitte has decided to call it a career after 16 years in the big leagues.
The 38-year-old lefty finishes his career with a record of 240-138 with a 3.88 ERA. Not too shabby, but it was the post season that us Yankee fans loved to see him as he set a major league record for wins by going 19-10 with a 3.83 ERA. When Andy hit the mound in a World Series game it was usually GAME OVER!! He does have 5 rings ya know???!!!
Andy will truly be missed in the Yankee rotation this season as there are some major holes there. I don’t put alot of faith in Ivan Nova and Sergio Mitre. Thanks for the memories Andy!
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