1st Inning: 7 pitches/5 strikes.  A groundout, a single by Adeiny Hechevarria and a DP grounder by Eric Thames.

2nd Inning: 17 pitches/12 strikes. 24 pitches/17 strikes total. Pettitte struck out Adam Calderon to end the inning.

3rd Inning: 16 pitches/12 strikes.  40 pitches/29 strikes total.   Matt Liuzza singled to right to lead off the inning.  Pettitte got former Orioles pitcher Adam Loewen to strike out looking on three pitches, but Liuzza advanced to third on two Pettitte wild pitches.  With Jonathan Diaz up, and SS Luis Nunez playing in…Nunez speared a hard hit grounder and saved Pettitte from a run.  Darin Mastroianni weakly grounded to first to end the threat.

4th Inning: 11 pitches/8 strikes.   51 pitches/37 strikes total for Pettitte.  He struck out two and had his strongest inning.  He absolutely froze Shawn Bowman on a 3-2 pitch to end the frame.

Final Line: 4 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 4 K






Mike Ashmore, mashmore98 AT


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  3. susan hovanec Says:

    Totally Awesome tonight Andy Way to Go!!!! You are the greatest!!! Thanks for a great beginning to our game tonight…Thank you for you nice smile and wave in the truck as you were coming in!!!

  4. emac2 Says:


    Who cares about Pettitte?

    This is a playoff game!

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    I would like to know what a manager has to do to get the most deserved MANAGER of the YEAR AWARD.Tony Franklin not only has the best record jn the E.L. but also has won three league titles; two championships(and a third by next weekend)and is one of the true gentleman in the game.In the truest sense a YANKEE

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