No, Andy Pettitte signed a deal with the Houston Astros. However, he returned to the Yankees in 2007 and played for them through 2010. He announced his retirement on February 4, 2011.
13 SeasonsAndy Pettitte played 13 seasons with the New York Yankees (1995-2003 / 2007 -2010). He played 3 seasons with the Houston Astros (2004 -2006). Pettitte announced his retirement on February 4, 2011.
Former Yankees pitcher Andy Pettitte played for the Houston Astros from 2004-2006.
The Yankees regular season record in 2004 was 101-61. The Yankees also won 6 postseason games in 2004.
244 by the 2009 Yankees. The 2004 Yankees hit 242 and the 1961 Yankees hit 240.
No, he did not. Andy pitched for the New York Yankees from 1995-2003 and 2007 to the present. Andy also pitched for the Houston Astros from 2004-2006.
Andy Pettitte admitted using HGH, not steroids in 2002 and 2004, and was not suspended. Former Yankees relief pitcher Jason Grimsley was suspended 50 games in 2006. Jason pitched for the Yankees from 1999-2000.
Alex Rodriguez's first season with the Yankees was in 2004, he hit 36 home runs.
2011 will be Alex Rodriguez's eighth season with the Yankees. He began in 2004.
Through the 2008 season, that is Paul Quantrill who pitched in 86 games in the 2004 season.
2 ... Derek Lowe of the 2004 Boston Red Sox and Andy Pettitte of the 2009 New York Yankees.
Granderson played with the Detroit Tigers between 2004-2009 before being traded to the Yankees for the 2010 season.
Jorge Posada was the starter and John Flaherty and Dioner Navarro were the backups.