Found November 23, 2013 on Players View:

Andrew “Andy” Eugene Pettitte made his debut with the New York Yankees on April 29, 1995 against the Kansas City Royals.

It would be the beginning of a career that would span 18 years, lead to 5 World Series Championships and one that set numerous pitching records, not only for the Yankees, but also in all of Major League Baseball (MLB).

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