Found November 28, 2012 on Lady Loves Pinstripes:
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The latest rumors around Yankees Universe are about bringing back veterans Andy Pettitte, Mariano Rivera and Ichiro Suzukifor the 2013 season. English: Andy Pettitte (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Though nothing has been made official yet, it would seem that the Yankees are trying to complete deals with all three but who knows what reports are actually true. But if these rumors do pan out, one thing is for sure; the Yankees are not getting any younger as all three All-Stars are in the 40-years old and up club. ANDY PETTITTE: The Yankees southpaw’s return will be welcomed with open arms as Pettitte seems to still have a lot in the tank and would be considered an above average middle of the rotation guy on any team. He is loved by his teammates; especially ace CC Sabathia who has openly talked about his off-season texting to Pettitte in a plea for his return. This deal seems likely to be completed before the other two as according to the New York Post, the Yankees and Andy Pettitte are inv...
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