November 06, 2009
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Pettitte's future unclear

Andy Pettitte's decision over whether to return for a 16th major league season or retire will come down to his two families -- his own and the Yankees. Pettitte has been through this to-be-determined situation before and each time he has chosen to continue to pitch. The 37-year-old is eligible for free agency and he's not certain whether he'll be back. "I need to get home and talk to my family," Pettitte said after winning Game 6 to capture his fifth World Series ring. "I'll need to talk to the Yankees and find out where they're at and then I'll try to figure out what I'd like to do." (New York Post) Comment

Another stunt by Ochocinco

Chad Ochocinco, the Bengals' flamboyant wide receiver, said on 105.7 FM that he sent gift baskets containing deodorant to the Ravens' secondary and to linebackers Terrell Suggs and Ray Lewis. "I not only sent them gift baskets, but I sent them something they could use so they don't sweat," Ochocinco said. (Baltimore Sun) Comment

Szczerbiak considering retirement

The unsigned Wally Szczerbiak told The Post yesterday he underwent knee surgery three weeks ago at the Hospital for Special Surgery in Manhattan and is seriously considering retiring in the coming weeks. The surgeons have told Szczerbiak another knee injury could affect his ability to lead a normal life because he lacks enough cartilage in the knee after three surgeries. (New York Post) Comment

Must-See Photo
Must-See Photo

Workers change the numbers on the championship sign outside the New York Yankees minor league complex in Tampa, Fla. (AP)

Must-See Video

Dave, meet the 2009 World Series champs. World Series champs, meet Dave.

This Day in Sports
SI Vault: Larry Holmes
  • 1981 -- Larry Holmes knocks out Renaldo Snipes in the 11th round to retain the world heavyweight title in Pittsburgh.
  • 1993 -- Evander Holyfield beats Riddick Bowe to regains the WBA and IBF heavyweight championships.
  • 2005 -- Annika Sorenstam becomes the first player in LPGA Tour history to win a tournament five straight times.

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