Pettitte’s simulated start pushed back a day


According to the NY Post, Andy Pettitte will not throw his scheduled simulated game today. He was experiencing a tight hip flexor. The upshot: the start is moved back just one day. Presumably that would move back his rehab start in Trenton to Wednesday. But we’ll fill in those details as we get them.

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  1. bexarama says:

    As I said: someone tell me not to panic please.

    (Also, Pettitte scratched from simulated action. OIC.)

  2. Jon Sherick says:

    At this point, a setback is not what we need as Yankee fans. If he can pitch in October, I’d say good chance they win.

  3. JobaWockeeZ says:

    Oh man. Please say this is a good thing.

  4. crawdaddie says:

    Let’s remember it’s raining in Tampa with the GCL games cancelled down there. I wouldn’t have Pettitte out there throwing on such a wet day.

  5. T-Dubs says:

    I think Mashmore and Josh Norris just orgasmed while Bexy cries into a baseball glove that covers all of her face except her eyes…

  6. Jorge says:

    I always have a tight hip flexor, according to the trainers I’ve worked with. I can get in there and pitch tomorrow, if necessary. No idea whether I can throw a ball 60 feet, 6 inches, but I’m ready.

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