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Tag:Andy Pettitte
Posted on: December 9, 2009 12:00 pm
 

Source: Pettitte deal done

The New York Daily News has learned that Andy Pettitte has agreed to a one year, $11.75 million deal to return to the Yankees.

Reportedly the deal came together quickly once Pettitte told the Yankees he wanted to pitch in 2010.


Posted on: December 9, 2009 11:13 am
 

The latest from Miller and Knobler

Here's the latest from the winter meetings as reported by Scott Miller and Danny Knobler:

Scott says the Brewers are optimistic that veteran free agent pitcher Randy Wolf is moving closer to accepting their three-year offer believed to be worth between $29 and $30 million... Read the post

Danny says Andy Pettitte is close to a deal to return to the Yankees ... Read the post.
Posted on: December 7, 2009 1:47 pm
 

Pettitte declines first offer

Joel Sherman of the New York Post reports an initial offer to Andy Pettitte was not accepted. 

The Post learned that Pettitte was the first and only player the Yankees have made an offer to since the World Series ended.  The proposal was for one year in what was believed to be the $10 million range or about what Pettitte made in 2009 between base salary and bonuses.

In addtion, an NL official with has insisted a deal will get done, and privately the Yankees believe Pettitte wants to pitch in The Bronx in 2010.




Posted on: November 20, 2009 11:45 am
Edited on: November 20, 2009 11:47 am
 

Yankees offseason plans

The New York Daily News speculates Andy Pettitte could be the key to how hard the Yankees go after another starter this offseason.

The Yankees may ask the lefty to make a decision more quickly than in years past and if Pettitte does return, as expected, it means there's less pressure to land Jon Lackey. Either way though, the Yankees plan to let the market develop before showering players with lavish offers.

Other tidbits.... multiple sources have indicated that the Yankees would like to bring back Johnny Damon but Hideki Matsui is likely gone.

And, in the New York Post , the Yankees denied reports that right fielder Nick Swisher is available. According to a club official, the switch-hitting Swisher  isn't being shopped. 
Posted on: August 24, 2009 9:58 am
 

Will Pettitte return?

The New York Daily News speculates Andy Pettitte isn't finished and wants to return to the Yankees in 2010.

He also said he does not want to repeat the lengthy contract process from last offseason.

"I really would hate . . . I really don't want to go into the offseason, you know, and sit there and be a free agent again, have to worry about other people making me offers and whatever," Pettite said.

"Once I get closer, I can start thinking about that. Maybe start talking to my family and my wife about that."


Category: MLB
Posted on: June 2, 2009 12:19 pm
 

Injury updates Sizemore, Pettitte, Kazmir

According to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Indians’ CF Grady Sizemore could be facing arthroscopic surgery on his left elbow that would sideline him for four to six weeks if the inflammation doesn't respond to treatment in the next two weeks. Sizemore said he was feeling most of the pain throwing. Indians head athletic trainer Lonnie Soloff said Sizemore has synovitis, an inflammation of the joint lining in his elbow. An MRI showed no structural damage or bone chips in the elbow.

Joe Girardi told the New York Post he thinks Andy Pettitte will start June 3 against the Rangers. The Post speculates if Pettitte can't go, the Yankees will have Chien-Ming Wang ready. Girardi plans to discuss with GM Brian Cashman today how to best utilize Wang, who has thrown five scoreless innings in two relief outings but is best suited as a starter.

The St. Petersburg Times quoted LHP Scott Kazmir as feeling good. Although there is no timetable, Kazmir also said his bullpen session went great and he’s hoping to avoid a minor-league rehab assignment. Also, Manager Joe Maddon believes RHP Andy Sonnestine can make the necessary adjustments to put his struggles behind him.

Posted on: May 30, 2009 4:53 pm
 

Odds & Ends: Ibanez, Pettitte, Fontenot

Your Saturday evening links, with more to come...

  • ESPN's Keith Law has made some significant changes to his Top 100 MLB Draft Rankings. It's subscriber-only, but a great read for those looking to catch draft fever.
  • Geoff Baker of the Seattle Times asks (and attempts to answer) a popular question: "What is going on with Raul Ibanez in Philadelphia?"
  • Benjamin Kabak of River Ave. Blues takes another look at Andy Pettitte's incentive-laden deal with the Yankees.  
  • Cubs manager Lou Piniella is high on Mike Fontenot at third base.  "Fontenot is honestly our best option there," Piniella told the Chicago Sun-Times.  "When we get Aaron Miles back [from the disabled list] it will help the situation too.  But we feel very comfortable with Fontenot at third, and we can use [Bobby] Scales and [Andres] Blanco at second."
Posted on: May 23, 2009 11:11 am
Edited on: May 26, 2009 5:17 pm
 

Odds & Ends: Giles, Vlad, Bay

Links for your Memorial Day weekend...

 
 
 
 
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