One of the beauties of covering baseball here at CBSSports.com has been the ability to laugh at our NFL brethren when it comes to Brett Favre coverage, while I don't even have to pay attention to him or the texts he's sent me.
Anyway, it seems Yankees general manager Brian Cashman paid attention to the Favre soap opera and doesn't what a repeat in the Bronx with Andy Pettitte.
"He's opting not to play right now but that might change, it might not," Cashman said at the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce breakfast meeting in Cromwell, N.J. on Tuesday, according to the Middletown Press . "I told him, don't 'Brett Favre' us. You got to be all in and fully dedicated to play. Do I need him? I need him, but I don't want him to play if his heart's not in it."
-- C. Trent Rosecrans