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Andy Pettitte was born on June 15, 1972, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. While a pitcher in substantial school, he nearly led his school to winning the state title in 1990; they fell one game quick. That year the New York Yankees selected Pettitte in the 22nd round of the MLB Draft, but he decided to attend San Jacinto College for one year. After likely 8-2 with San Jacinto, Pettitte decided to sign a free of charge agent contract with the Yankees in 1991.

Pettitte had a successful minor league career before joining the major league club in 1995, winning 51 games in 113 starts. He posted 12 wins in his very first season in the majors and then topped that the next year by winning 21 games. He stayed with the Yankees through the 2003 season before moving on to the Houston Astros. He stayed in Houston for three years, winning 17 games in 2005, before returning to the Yankees in 2007. Twice in his career Pettitte has won 20 games or a lot more (21 wins in 1996 and 2003); he way too posted one season with 19 wins. In his 13 years in the MLB, Pettitte has won at least 12 games each and every year but one (2004, due to elbow surgery), he has been called to two All-Star games and was the American League Championship Series (ALCS) MVP in 2001. His career totals through 2007 contain 201 wins, 1,844 strikeouts, and a 3.83 ERA.

NameAndy Pettitte
Height6' 5"
Date of BirthJune 15, 1972
Place of BirthBaton Rouge, Louisiana
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