Andy finished third in the 1995 A.L. Rookie of the Year voting.
Andy was one of many players named on the Mitchell report that came out on December 13, 2007.
Andy is second to John Smoltz in playoff wins with 14.
Andy has never had a losing record in the majors.
Andy has been a 20 game winner twice.
Andy was drafted in the 22nd round in the 1990 MLB draft by the Yankees.
Andy is believed to be of Italian and Cajun French nationalities.
Andy has played for the Yankees (1995-2003), the Astros (2004-2006), and as of 2007 the Yankees.
Andy attended Deer Park High School in Deer Park, Texas.
Andy was named the Houston Astros Pitcher Of The Year in 2005.
Andy made his MLB debut 04/29/1995.
Andy weighs 225lbs.
Andy has 4 World Series rings.
In 1997 Andy led the AL in starts (35).
Andy has made two all-star appearance (1996, 2001).
As of 2007, Andy has the record for the most starts and innings pitched in the post season.
Andy is #46.
Andy stands 6ft 5in tall.
Andy was the 2001 ALCS MVP.
Andy bats left and throws left.
Andy Pettitte is a major league baseball player.
Andy Pettitte: I let the other guys handle the talking. I love playing.
Andy Pettitte: The stadium completes the Yanks, we're nothing without it.
Andy Pettitte: If God took baseball away today, I don't know exactly what I'd do. But I know one thing—I'd be perfectly content, and I can honestly say that from the bottom of my heart. I've got a wife who loves me and whom I love to death. I've got my three kids. I'd be ready to shut it down right now and watch them grow up if I had to. I feel that everything that's done in my life, God has planned. So if I happened to blow my arm out or whatever, I'd know that He was doing things for a certain reason, and I really think I could live with that.
Andy Pettitte: Whatever I do, I love to win. I don't care if it's tennis or ping pong, I'll kill myself to win it.