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Joba Chamberlain could soon pitch in a minor league game for the first time since injuring an ankle during spring training.
Andy Pettitte pulled his cap down low, peered into the catcher and delivered each pitch with the intensity of a postseason game.
Andy Pettitte went with his heart and headed back to the hill.
Three hours before the game Sunday, Manny Acta sat in the visiting manager's office at Oriole Park at Camden Yards and talked about a subject he probably could write a master's thesis on: rebuilding a baseball team.
When he was just a little kid, Joe Girardi dreamed of playing for the Chicago Cubs. He grew up rooting for the forlorn franchise, often making the trip to Wrigley Field with his father, Jerry.
The Yankees may take a month or more to decide on the fourth and fifth starters in their very unsettled pitching rotation.