After only making 12 starts last season, Yankee’s pitcher Andy Pettitte has officially signed on to pitch for the 2013 season. Pettitte had a difficult time last season staying healthy. He was placed on the disabled list two times last season after announcing in March 2012 his return from retirement. Pettitte spoke to Sabathia, Jeter and Rivera during process, but they didn’t try to lobby him. They just let him know how much he was wanted
Pettitte was 5-4 with a 2.87 ERA. He signed for $12 million dollars/ one year. His contract also includes bonuses.
“I think we’re good enough to go all the way, I do. Wouldn’t be coming back if the Yankees weren’t a World Series contender.”