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Andy Pettitte will have his number retired by the Yankees this summer, but it may be a while longer before questions about his admitted use of performance-enhancing drugs are retired....
Former New York Yankees pitcher Andy Pettitte claimed he did not cheat when he used HGH to recover from an injury.
Speaking on the ESPN New York 98.7 FM's "The Michael Kay Show" after it was announced his No. 46 will be retired, Andy Pettitte reiterated he didn't feel like he cheated during his career. Pettitte explained, in his mind, his use of HGH was done to heal an injury, not to try to improve his performance with PEDs. "People are going to say what they want to, believe what they want to, when you say, PEDs to me, man, I just can't even comprehend that with me just because I don't really believe I tried to enhance my performance on the field," Pettitte said.
Former New York Yankee Chuck Knoblauch sent out a tweet saying that he hopes the Yankees don't retire Andy Pettitte's number "like his HGH testimony." Boomer and Carton discuss.
After the news broke Sunday that the Yankees will honor Andy Pettitte this season, the club Monday announced three more honorees.
Andy Pettitte’s son broke the news last night on Twitter: The Yankee are going to honor Pettitte by retiring the No. 46 at Yankee Stadium on August 23. Mark Feinsand reports there are also plans to possibly retire numbers for Bernie Williams and Jorge Posada this year. Here’s a quick story from Mike Fitzpatrick of […] The post ICYMI: Yankees to retire Pettitte’s number this season appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.