Veteran left-hander Andy Pettitte has begun his offseason training in order to test how his body would hold up if he returned to the New York Yankees for the 2013 season. Pettitte wasn’t willing to commit to the Yankees last winter until he knew his body was ready. (more)
New York Yankees’ veteran pitcher Andy Pettitte has announced his intentions to pitch in 2010. The free agent according to Buster Olney would like to pitch for the Yankees in his 16th MLB season. Pettitte went 14-8 for the Yankees in 2009 and was 4-0 in the postseason leading to their 27th World Series Championship. There is no early word on a potential contract with the Yankees but it is likely the two sides will come to some deal to bring Andy back.
Update: Pettitte has reportedly turned down the Yankees’ first offer of $10 million.
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