Pettitte Leaves With Leg Injury

Andy Pettitte left Wednesday's game with a leg injury.

Andy Pettitte left Wednesday’s game in the 5th inning after taking a line drive off the bat of Casey Kotchman to the left ankle. Pettitte went down instantly, though managed to convince Joe Girardi and the training staff to let him remain in the game. After a few warm-up pitches, Pettitte threw just one pitch [...]

Yankees Game 74 Lineup: 06/27/12


The Yankees look to sweep the Tribe this afternoon as they send Andy Pettitte to the mound. Pettitte has gone at least six innings in each of his eight starts, and he hasn’t walked more than three in any start. Jeter sits; Martin back behind plate. Right-hander Ubaldo Jimenez (7-5, 4.59 ERA) is on the [...]

Yankees Game 69 Lineup: 06/22/12

Andy Pettitte is really warming up and he gets the start in tonight's series opener with the Mets at Citi Field.

The Yankees had an off day yesterday and return to baseball today with a trip across the city for another for another weekend Subway Series against the Mets. The Yankees enter the series coming off of a two-game losing streak, their first since the end of May. They swept the Mets last time when they [...]

Yankees Game 64 Lineup: 06/16/12


Andy Pettitte is on the mound for the Yankees in today’s tilt against the Nationals. Pettitte’s last outing was vs. the Mets where he went 6 innings, allowing three runs (2 earned) on five hits and walked two for the no-decision. Pettitte has taken 190 at-bats in his 17-year career (147 came during his three-year [...]

Pitchers Near Perfect


The Yankees are heating up. As the temperature begins to rise and summer quickly approaches, New York seems to be hitting their stride after two months of inconsistency. For now, they are perhaps the hottest team in the majors, as June has provided the team with the spark that fans have been waiting for. The [...]

Pettitte’s Hand Bruised After Barehand Play, X-Rays Negative


Yankee fans can breathe a sigh of relief – X-rays came back negative (bruised left hand) for Yankees southpaw, Andy Pettitte, after he snared a one-hopper back to the mound with his bare hand in the top of the sixth inning on Sunday against the Mets. He remained in the game and retired the next [...]

Subway Series Lineup: 06/10/12


The Yankees look to sweep the Metropolitans this afternoon as they send Andy Pettitte to the mound. In his last outing vs. the Rays, Pettitte pitched 7 1/3 scoreless innings and struck out 10 for the win. The 39-year-old is 8-5 with a 3.69 ERA in 19 career games against the Mets. Derek Jeter is [...]

Closer Look at Dandy Andy


Andy Pettitte’s performance last night turned back the clock. For a span of about three hours, I felt as if I was 14 years old again. Number 46 dealing on the mound, pitching in a game against a division rival with first place on the line. Pettitte went 7.1 innings, giving up two hits, walking [...]

Yankees Game 54 Lineup: 06/05/12


Left-hander Andy Pettitte will take to the mound for the Yankees tonight, in game one of a three-game set with the first-place Tampa Bay Rays. In three home starts this season, the 39-year-old is 2-1 with a 2.53 ERA. Eric Chavez is tonight’s DH. On the mound for the Rays is right-hander James Shields (6-3, [...]

Changes to come in the AL East

Captain Derek Jeter will look to lead the rest of the lineup past the Rays in an attempt to turn the tides and take the top spot in the AL East

  With some key division match-ups set to take place this week between AL East teams, it may be a chance for the Yankees to either move up the ranks and get back on top with a few wins, or get pushed further down if they suffer any losses. The Yankees just wrapped up their [...]

Yankees Game 49 Lineup: 05/29/12


The Yankees will send left-hander, Andy Pettitte, to the hill tonight in game two of a three-game set against the Angels. In his last outing vs. the Royals, Pettitte lasted 7 innings, giving up two solo home runs and struck out eight. The southpaw has struck out 17 batters in his past 15 innings and [...]

Andy Against the Angels

Andy Pettitte has experiences some success against the Angels in his career.

  So far this season, Andy Pettitte has been lights out. You wouldn’t believe by looking at his numbers that he sat out all of 2010. Coming into tonight’s start against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Pettitte is 2-1 with a 2.53 ERA. In his last two starts, Pettitte has racked up 17 strikeouts [...]

Andy Pettitte: Back Like He Never Left

Andy Pettitte has provided the Yankees with exactly what they hoped for in his return, proving that age and the time away from the game has had no adverse affect on the future hall-of-famer.

  Nobody quite knew what to expect out of the 40-year-old southpaw, Andy Pettitte, when he announced his return to baseball in pinstripes. He hadn’t pitched a game since 2010, and although he had a great year, the aging star had to have some rust to shake off from being out of the game for [...]

Yankees Game 44 Lineup: 05/23/12


The Yankees will send the southpaw, Andy Pettitte, to the mound tonight in the rubber game against the Royals. In his last outing vs. the Reds, Pettitte threw eight shutout innings, striking out nine and allowed just one run on three hits and a walk. Mark Teixeira is batting third and Robinson Cano is fifth. [...]

Yankees Quarterly Report

All of Yankee nation is up in arms as to why there's been so many problems with the organization. The Yankees are off to just a so-so start, only one game above .500 after the first quarter of ball played.

A record of 21-20, perfectly reflects the Yankees performance through the first quarter of the 2012 MLB season– average. There has been a few bright points in the early goings, but for the most part, those have been few and far between and have been mostly overshadowed by poor play from the star-studded roster, on [...]

Yankees Game 40 Lineup: 05/19/12


Andy Pettitte pulled the Yankees out of their three-game losing streak by putting on a lights-out performance on the mound last night, by giving the club eight shutout innings as they went on to win 4-0 over the Reds. Ivan Nova gets the start this afternoon in pinstripes. In his last start, Nova suffered a [...]

Yankees Game 39 Lineup: 05/18/12

Andy Pettitte will try to get his first win of the 2012 season and turn around the Yankees losing streak

And the recent slide continues to move downhill for the Yankees, as they lost 4-1 to the Blue Jays last night, making it their fourth loss in five games. New York was swept out of Toronto in a two-game series and will return to the Bronx tonight for the start of inter-league play, as they [...]

Bats, Arms Can’t Find Rhythm

Both the pitching and offense haven't been able to get on the same page.

Coming into this year, the Yankees seemed to be one of the deepest teams in baseball. They had more arms than spots to put them, and a seasoned bench backing up future hall of famers. For the past two years, New York cracked the 850 runs scored mark, the only team to do so. Last [...]

Andy Pettitte Returns To The Bronx Lineup: 05/13/12

Everyone has been waiting to see this stare down since Andy Pettitte and the Yankees announced his comeback in March. The chance finally come this Sunday afternoon as Pettitte will return to the mound in pinstripes.

Andy Pettitte returns to the Bronx today as he takes the mound in the series finale against the Seattle Mariners. The southpaw is making his first appearance in the big leagues since the 2010 American League Championship Series. “I’m excited,” said Pettitte. “So excited to just get back in uniform and get back with the [...]

Game 33: Ibanez powers Yanks past Mariners

Raul Ibanez continues to come through in a big way for the Yankees offense

Raul Ibanez provided the Yankees with a powerful bat once again this afternoon, helping lift the team to a 6-2 victory over the Mariners for their third straight win. Ibanez went 2 for 3 in the game, with two RBIs, one coming from a home run in the fourth inning which he blasted over the [...]