Andy Pettitte comes out of retirement, returns to Yankees
Lately there has been no shortage of NFL and NBA news, but today Major League Baseball decided to join in on the fun when Yankees legend Andy Pettitte announced his return.
Andy Pettitte’s retirement did not last long.
The Yankees have signed Pettitte to a one-year minor league deal, according to the YES Network’s Jack Curry, who reports the deal is worth $2.5 million. Pettitte, 39, had been in camp as a special guest instructor. At that time, he admitted that being around the Yankees might raise the temptation of a comeback.
WOW. Andy Pettitte coming out of retirement to play for the Yankees again. I love him and his clubhouse leadership, good news!
— Cory Disbrow (@cmdisbrow) March 16, 2012
Andy Pettitte is back you guys. And he wants to pitch for us, too!
— Nilkanth Patel (@nilkanthjp) March 16, 2012
Andy Pettitte is a unique figure in baseball, as he is the only person in MLB history who can do steroids and it's totally cool
— Matthew Callan (@scratchbomb) March 16, 2012
Who does Andy Pettitte think he is Brett Favre? #Comeback
— The 7 Line (@The7Line) March 16, 2012
Jus like that, Andy Pettitte is back! I'm sure he's in decent shape too. Could be probably be the 4th starter in the #RedSox rotation…
— Kaitee Daley (@daleysports) March 16, 2012