Thursday, November 30, 2006
According to the New York Post, the Yankees are looking to talk with Roger Clemens and Andy Pettitte about pitching for them next season. They are so many questions to answer about their return it is almost unlikely they Yankees will holdout on them. Will Pettitte retire? Will Clemens retire? Do they want to move back to New York? They are too many holes for the Yankees that Cashman may not have the time to wait on their decisions. The Yankess, who have three of five spots filled in their rotation, are also talking with Gil Meche and Ted Lilly. However, Lilly and Meche are expecting to both command close to 10 million.