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Daily Debate: How Do You Feel About Andy Pettitte’s Return?

Andy Pettitte Is Returning to the New York Yankees

Andy Pettitte Is Returning to the New York Yankees

ESPN reports that Andy Pettitte has agreed to return to the New York Yankees organization. Do you think this is a good move for the franchise? Voice your opinion on the Razz ad Jazz Sports Blog Daily Debate.


  1. ms.N0Ni

    March 16, 2012 at 5:40 pm

    I feel this is a good move. I mean why not, Yankees has yet another vet/ALL STAR to stir (not lead) the team to a championship, in which he’s already won 5 with the yankees; including the last one he pitched in… when the Yankees beat the Phillies. His wins are higher than his losses, even when he went to the astros. While on the Astros, his last season there before going back to the Yankees, they made it to the world series, but… eventually lost. He is a great Left Handed Pitcher, who the Yankees feel very comfortable with having on the roster. I mean what Yankees fan wouldn’t be siked to have Andy back? & I don’t his transition from Minor to Major, will take long. We’ll be seeing him pitch in no time. Doesn’t mean other pitchers won’t get time tho. But I can def. see Yankees going all the way this year… past the ALDS.

  2. Aaron

    March 16, 2012 at 6:35 pm

    That is bogus. Dude is not built to handle New York. He has been trash since he arrived in the Bronx. I would trade him again and watch the back of his hit get small!

  3. Aaron

    March 16, 2012 at 6:42 pm

    My bad. I was thinking about AJ Burnett. I’m cool with Andy. He was one of our best pitchers. If he can hold the back end of the rotation with 10 wins and about 150 innings he will be worth it.

  4. Sam's Sports Brief

    March 17, 2012 at 9:27 pm

    I’m glad to see him back. While there were steroid contreversies, I don’t think they were true. I wish him the best this season.

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