How Kings stack up against other dynasties
carried the Yankees through the dynasty years and even into a new era. Derek Jeter, Mariano Rivera, Jorge Posada and Andy Pettitte were fixtures in pinstripes that brought four titles back to the Bronx. While the Yankees have never been known for
anybody quite like him," manager Don Mattingly said. "I've seen some pretty good guys in (Mike) Mussina and ( Andy ) Pettitte , but not quite the same as Clayton." Kershaw now turns his attention back to the Diamondbacks (29-40), who
Jeter homers in Angel Stadium swan song
don't think it would be a good idea.'' ... Jeter's first game in Anaheim was May 27, 1996, when he batted ninth and went 0 for 3 with a sacrifice fly and two walks in Andy Pettitte 's 16-5 win over future Yankee Jim Abbott.
Astros down Yankees again, 3-1
pinch-hitter Carlos Corporan grounded out. NOTES: Andy Pettitte threw out the ceremonial first pitch before the game ..... honored him in a pregame ceremony Wednesday night. Pettitte and Roger Clemens participated in the tribute.
Jeter honored in Houston
season. Jeter was feted in a ceremony before Wednesday night's game which included former teammates Roger Clemens and Andy Pettitte . Clemens gave him the custom made Lucchese boots with pinstripes, the Yankees' logo and his No. 2. Astros' owner
Beginning of the end for Jeter starts in Houston
All-Star and helped the Yankees to five World Series titles. He'll join fellow Core Four members Jorge Posada, Andy Pettitte and Mariano Rivera in retirement. ''Obviously we're going to miss him and I'm going to try to soak up as much
2014 Yankees preview: Will club miss playoffs two years in a row?
McCann Key losses: Robinson Cano, Curtis Granderson, Mariano Rivera (retired), Alex Rodriguez (suspended), Andy Pettitte (retired), Joba Chamberlain, Vernon Wells, Phil Hughes Offense: Losing Cano, who was the Yankees’ best
Jeter's decision to retire signals end of an era
baseball brothers - the gang that grew up champions. There was Bernie Williams and Jorge Posada, Mariano Rivera and Andy Pettitte . Together, always together, they turned the New York Yankees into a dynasty. One by one, they walked away from