Andy Pettitte turns back the clock

Lefty notches first W since 2010 -- and his skipper says he's as good as ever

Updated: May 19, 2012, 3:16 AM ET
By Wallace Matthews | ESPNNewYork.com

You have to go back in time nearly two years, to July 8, 2010, to find the last time a capital W appeared next to the name of Andy Pettitte in a big league box score.

And to find the last time Pettitte's pitching line as a Yankee read eight shutout innings? A whole lot further than that.

Try nearly a decade.

On Friday night at Yankee Stadium, Pettitte, the 39-year-old "rookie" of the Yankees' starting rotation, turned the clock back to June 30, 2002, a time when his hair was ...

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