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Latest Philip Hughes Items
Andy Pettitte will announce his retirement Friday morning at a Yankee Stadium news conference.
Andy Pettitte is going ahead with his decision to retire, leaving the New York Yankees with two huge holes in what appears to be a rather wobbly starting rotation.
Andy Pettitte plans to announce his retirement Friday at a news conference at Yankee Stadium, a person familiar with the arrangements told The Associated Press.
The Yankees have changed up their rotation for the AL championship series against Texas.
A look at the best-of-seven American League championship series between the New York Yankees and Texas Rangers:
A.J. Burnett will start Game 4 of the AL championship series for the New York Yankees on 2 1/2 weeks' rest.
Mariano Rivera got the last out, sealing yet another October triumph. Jorge Posada trotted out to mound, and the Yankees came out of the dugout in a businesslike manner to shake each other hands.
Insisting this wasn't a panic move in the midst of a late-season slump, New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi changed course again and scheduled Phil Hughes to start against Boston in the finale of their weekend series.
The New York Yankees juggled their pitching rotation Friday, pushing back Phil Hughes to Wednesday as part of their plan to limit the right-hander's innings in his first full season as a major league starter.