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Yankees retire Pettitte's No. 46 in pregame ceremony

NEW YORK -- Andy Pettitte had his No. 46 retired by the Yankees on Sunday, one day after longtime teammate Jorge Posada was honored by New York. Known for his intensity as a pitcher, Pettitte was visibly emotional as the team unveiled his plaque in Monument Park at Yankee Stadium during a pregame ceremony. Pettitte made a nearly 12-minute speech and talked about his first experience...
Via AP on Fox
August 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Chuck Knoblauch Brings Up Andy Pettitte’s HGH Use While ‘Congratulating’ Him

Chuck Knoblauch could use some work when it comes to the whole congratulating someone on an achievement thing. The former New York Yankees second baseman was one of many players who reached out to congratulate former Yankees pitcher Andy Pettitte, who reportedly will have his No. 46 retired by the team at some point this season. The note of congratulations was cool and all of that...
February 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Chuck Knoblauch takes shot at Yankees for retiring Andy Pettitte’s number

Former New York Yankees second baseman Chuck Knoblauch took a shot at the legendary franchise for honoring admitted cheater Andy Pettitte. Pettitte’s son Josh posted the news on Twitter and said Yankees will retire his father’s No. 46 and honor him with a plaque in Monument Park on Aug. 23. Heard it here first. @Yankees...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
February 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Chuck Knoblauch took a shot at Andy Pettitte

On Sunday, it was announced that the New York Yankees would be retiring Andy Pettitte’s #46 despite his admission of taking HGH. Yanks to retire Pettitte's 46, source confirms. Pettitte's son said first. — Andrew Marchand (@AndrewMarchand) February 16, 2015 His former teammate, Chuck Knoblauch, took the opportunity to take a shot at Pettitte. Knoblauch was also an admitted...
Via The Outside Corner
February 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Yankees to Retire Andy Pettitte’s Number

Andy Pettite’s No. 46 will be the 18th number retired in the storied history of the New York Yankees franchise. Pettitte’s son, Josh, tweeted out the news Sunday evening. Josh deleted the tweet shortly after posting, but it’s apparent that this little Yankees’ secret is out to the public. In 15 seasons with the Yankees, Pettitte won 219 games (92 over .500) and finished...
Via Sportsnaut
February 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: Andy Pettitte’s Number To Be Retired By New York Yankees

This embed is invalid" /> NEW YORK — A person familiar with the decision confirms the New York Yankees plan to honor Andy Pettitte this summer by retiring his No. 46 and giving the pitcher a plaque in Monument Park. The person spoke on condition of anonymity Sunday night because the team had not yet made an announcement, which was expected in the...
February 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Josh Pettitte Undergoes Tommy John Surgery

Baylor University freshman Josh Pettitte did something Wednesday, his father, New York Yankees great Andy Pettitte, could never relate to during his lengthy career. He underwent Tommy John surgery.  Oh, and the righty even got cut on by the legendary Dr. James Andrews himself after, apparently, pretty short notice.  The surgery seemingly went well, as the 19-year-old was...
Via Hall of Very Good
March 06, 2014  |  Discuss

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