With all the Superbowl hoopla, I'm late on this one but still want to mention Andy Pettitte's retirement. I think he could have still helped the Yankee rotation this year and the Houston stint kinda sucked but he came through many, many times and I consider him a true Yankee. A five-time champion. Who can forget in the 1996 World Series Game 5 pitching duel against John Smoltz. Winning 1-0 giving the Yankees a critical 3-2 lead in the series. Plus at least he was honest about the HGH. Enjoy your retirement Andy, and give your wife the hard one as much as possible, and maybe see you on the rebound, Champ.