Posted February 4, 2011 by DJ Enuff in Sports

Andy Pettitte retires from the Yankees

Andy Pettitte officially calls it quits as of today, Fri Feb 4, 10:45AM EST. He says his hearts not in it; his hunger, drive, and desire to compete aren’t there anymore. The Yankees are disappointed, but not suprised as he gave an early indication of retirement. He will go down as the best post-season pitcher in the history of MLB, notching tops 19 post-season wins and five World Series titles. He also has the most wins as a left-handed pitcher since 1995 with 240 wins. He ends his career with 240 wins and 138 losses with a combined 3.88 ERA. With his post-season stats, he is a shoe-in for the Hall-Of-Fame. (stats courtesy espn.com)


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