Originally posted on The Other Paper  |  Last updated 5/8/12
Get ready to see Andy Pettitte on the mound with the New York Yankees on Sunday, according to general manager Brian Cashman.  Pettitte will make a Mother's Day start after Cashman decided that he'd seen enough of the left-handed pitcher in the minors and any more games  down there would not be beneficial. "Everybody's in agreement he's not going to benefit from any more time below," stated Cashman, according to the YES Network. It will be Pettitte's first appearance in the majors since Game 3 of the 2010 ALCS when he lost to the Texas Rangers. The big hope for Cashman and the Yankees is that Pettitte still has some of his old magic and can contribute to a struggling starting rotation. Pettitte retired after the 2010 season to spend more time with his family before unretiring in March during spring training where he was an assistant pitching coach. "It's inevitable, I believe, to get me up there and into the mix," Pettitte said of his return.  "You try to get locked in and I'm trying
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