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game now, and for a while, and he’s climbing that ladder," said Red Sox outfielder Jonny Gomes. "I saw [ Andy ] Pettitte and Randy Johnson early on. He’s climbing the ladder to the top, not only in the league and in the game, but
each player. Ellsbury seemed like a Kenny Lofton type with more power. There was a feeling that Lester could have Andy Pettitte 's career. Though his statistical track record did not yet suggest as much, team officials -- including John Farrell , then
The team also committed a number of base running blunders, running into three outs (Jonny Gomes got picked off by Andy Pettitte ; David Ortiz got gunned down trying to stretch a Wall single into a double with no outs; and Shane Victorino strayed
and Moore; the Yankees (a fringe contender) have Andy Pettitte and Sabathia; the Orioles feature Wei-Yin Chen ..... set against the Yankees that will feature southpaws Pettitte and Sabathia, the Sox' vitality against lefties will
hard-headed with it, because it's been the pitch that's beaten me a little bit in some games. "But like I've said, Andy Pettitte has done it for 17 years. I'm sure there's times where he got his [tail] beat with it, but he kept throwing
adding: “All I did was help him fall faster. Pure instinct. I also felt he wasn’t going to hurt himself. Andy Pettitte came over, laughing. He said, ‘Zim, what are you doing?’ The fight broke up as everyone tended to Zimmer, who had
adding: “All I did was help him fall faster. Pure instinct. I also felt he wasn’t going to hurt himself. Andy Pettitte came over, laughing. He said, ‘Zim, what are you doing?’ The fight broke up as everyone tended to Zimmer, who had a scratch
ll likely return to the park this season for the ceremonies retiring the numbers of former teammates Bernie Williams, Andy Pettitte and Jorge Posada , but he sounds like he’s in no rush to get back before then. “I needed
this season and create plaques in Monument Park for Andy Pettitte , Jorge Posada and Bernie Williams. Willie Randolph also ..... to Knoblauch: Really the biggest difference between Andy Pettitte and @chuckknoblauch is that Yankees fans still love
Astros. However, the closer decided that his trip off the mound in Yankee Stadium — when he was pulled by teammates Andy Pettitte and Jeter — would be the last time he set foot on a field in a major league game. Whether Jeter follows suit remains