ANDY PETTITTE REHAB HEADQUARTERS, THE SEQUEL

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1st Inning: Pettitte allowed a no doubt, leadoff home run to Eastern League All-Star Game MVP Chase D’Arnaud, but retired Josh Harrison, Jordy Mercer and Matt Hague in order to end the frame.  13 pitches/10 strikes.

2nd Inning: Pettitte retired Andrew Lambo, Hector Gimenez and Miles Durham on 8 pitches/6 strikes.  He got Durham on a 3 pitch K.

3rd Inning: Pettitte ran into trouble…Yung Chi Chen singled to right field. Wild pitches by Pettitte advanced Chen to third, and Harrison drove him home with a single of his own. — 21 pitches/14 strikes. Total: 42 pitches/30 strikes

4th Inning: 6 pitches/6 strikes that inning…and he gave up a base hit. Wacky inning, but Pettitte’s been efficient. He’s at 48 pitches, 36 strikes through 4, but trails, 2-1…

5th Inning: Wow.  Pettitte loaded the bases…but induced a 1-2-3 DP and got Matt Hague to strike out swinging.  67 pitches/49 strikes total.

FINAL LINE: 5 IP, 6 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 1 BB, 4 K, 1 HR

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Mike Ashmore, mashmore98 AT gmail.com

5 Responses to “ANDY PETTITTE REHAB HEADQUARTERS, THE SEQUEL”

  1. Peter Lacock Says:

    So then he musta thrown something like a 15 pitch bullpen after?

  2. thunderfangabe Says:

    do they have a cage with a mound under the stadium? i know their regular BP is actually out on the field down the line right by the picnic area.

  3. thunderbaseball Says:

    Pettitte threw a 10 pitch bullpen…

    And that I don’t know…

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