Andy Pettitte Expected To Retire

Andy Pettitte According to ESPN reports, the Yankees long-time pitching great, Andy Pettitte, is expected to call it quits tomorrow.

Though Pettitte never won a Cy Young Award or was never considered the preeminent pitcher for even a season, he never had a losing season.

The 3-time All Star does have some stats that most will never accumulate. Pettitte has a record of 19-10 in the postseason and 5 World Series championships as a Yankee.

Undeniably, a first ballot Hall of Famer, Pettitte spent 13 of his 16 MLB seasons with the New York Yankees. 2004-2006 was spent with the Houston Astros.

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