By Tom Verducci
September 20, 2013

Here it is four years and another 61 starts later, with a first retirement that lasted one year, and the time has finally come. He can go home to Texas now with satisfaction in his heart that he has squeezed every bit out of his baseball ability.

In 2009, three days after needing an IV, Andy Pettitte pitched the Yankees to their fifth World Series title of his tenure.
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