41 year old Andy Pettitte will be retiring at the end of this season, and will join Mariano Rivera as the two Yankees legends who will be retiring at the of the 2013 campaign. The 250 game winner (255-152 career record) has been one of the best pitchers in Yankees history.
Pettitte announced his retirement Thursday. He has a career 3.86 ERA and 2,437 strikeouts in 3,300 innings pitched. This season, Pettitte is 10-10 with a 3.93 ERA and a 1.39 WHIP.
The Yankees drafted Pettitte in 1990 in the 22nd round of the draft. He entered the MLB for his first full season in 1995 and pitched until 2010, when he decided to retire for the first time. He then returned in 2012. He has won 20 games twice, and has been one of the Yankees most reliable pitchers over his career. Pettitte will be missed by the Yankees and their fans.