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Andy Far from Dandy: Pettitte Becoming an Unreliable Yankee

Published by on June 4, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - MLB

Yankees starter Andy Pettitte was always deemed the model of consistency in New York’s rotation.

 

Throughout individual games, he appeared as though consistency was an infectious disease he was attempting to avoid, but the end result usually involved a Yankees win.

 

He might completely lose his control from inning to inning, or pitch brilliantly until a 3-4 run sixth inning, but he won with regularity—which is all Yankee fans care to remember.

 

Pettitte has won 63 percent of his caree...

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