When all's dandy, down goes Andy

Pinstripes' problems only minor -- until 'bad day for left-handers' strikes Bronx

Updated: June 28, 2012, 3:06 PM ET
By Ian O'Connor | ESPNNewYork.com

NEW YORK -- As Joe Girardi slumped forward on the edge of the bench, he pressed elbows against knees and locked his eyes on the littered floor between his feet. In the dugout shadows, all but doubled over, Girardi was hardly striking the pose of a man running the best team in his sport.

He looked more like a guy facing a sudden-death proposition before the end of June.

Andy Pettitte had just hobbled off the field in the fifth inning on Wednesday, a few hours after CC Sabathia had hobbled ...

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