The Yankees Will Sell Their Past Until There's Nothing Left Of It

The Yankees announced yesterday that they will retire the numbers of Andy Pettitte, Jorge Posada, and Bernie Williams, and that all three—along with Willie Randolph—will receive plaques in Monument Park in four different ceremonies spread across the season. No American sports team has made such an art of monetizing… »2/17/15 10:48am2/17/15 10:48am


Andy Pettitte Makes First Start Since Retiring Before The Original Roger Clemens Perjury Trial

Earlier in the week, Jon Heyman wrote something silly about Andy Pettitte not being trustworthy anymore because he said something potentially helpful for Roger Clemens, while being cross-examined by Roger Clemens's lawyer. Never mind that that is kind of the point of cross examination, but why not write a different… »5/13/12 10:12am5/13/12 10:12am

Andy Pettitte Does A Frankie Five Angels At The Roger Clemens Trial [UPDATE]

Andy Pettitte was supposed to be the prosecution's star witness at the perjury trial of Roger Clemens. According to the Los Angeles Times, Pettitte was the only person expected to say under oath that Clemens had used human growth hormone other than Clemens's former trainer, Brian McNamee. But when Pettitte showed up… »5/02/12 5:15pm5/02/12 5:15pm