The Andy Pettitte Report

by Bill Chuck on August 23, 2013

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
Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Original Table
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
Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Play Index Tool Used
Generated 8/23/2013.

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