The Andy Pettitte Report

In the Yankees win yesterday, Andy Pettitte gave up four hits and three walks to win his second consecutive start after going 0-3 in his previous five.

By improving to 9-9, Pettitte kept his hopes alive to continue his streak: in 18 MLB seasons he’s never had a below .500 record.

Year Age Tm W L W-L% ▾
2010 38 NYY 11 3 .786
1996 24 NYY 21 8 .724
2003 31 NYY 21 8 .724
2002 30 NYY 13 5 .722
1997 25 NYY 18 7 .720
2000 28 NYY 19 9 .679
2005 33 HOU 17 9 .654
2009 37 NYY 14 8 .636
2007 35 NYY 15 9 .625
2001 29 NYY 15 10 .600
2004 32 HOU 6 4 .600
1998 26 NYY 16 11 .593
1995 23 NYY 12 9 .571
1999 27 NYY 14 11 .560
2012 40 NYY 5 4 .556
2006 34 HOU 14 13 .519
2008 36 NYY 14 14 .500
2013 41 NYY 9 9 .500
18 Yrs 254 151 .627
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Generated 8/23/2013.

With his 254th victory, Pettitte tied Jack Morris and Red Faber for 42nd place on the career win list.

Rk Player W L W-L% Tm
1 Ted Lyons 260 230 .531 CHW
2 Andy Pettitte 254 151 .627 NYY-HOU
3 Jack Morris 254 186 .577 DET-MIN-TOR-CLE
4 Red Faber 254 213 .544 CHW
5 Carl Hubbell 253 154 .622 NYG
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Generated 8/23/2013.