A Big Day For The Pettittes

June 8th, 2013 by Jane Heller

Photo: Chris Rupp

While Andy was pitching a brilliant game against the Mariners today, his son Josh was getting drafted by the Yankees. How perfect is that? Yes, the Pettittes have agreed that Joshy will go to college instead of playing pro baseball for now, but it’s still cool that father and son could both turn out to be pinstripe-wearers. Now if we could get Mo’s son drafted, it would be even cooler. Too bad Jeter doesn’t have a kid.

I didn’t see the game, but it sounded like things couldn’t have gone better. Even Vernon Wells had a couple of hits, so that was news.

Phelps versus King Felix tomorrow could be a bit more challenging, but baseball is unpredictable.


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2 Responses to “A Big Day For The Pettittes”

  1. Audrey says:

    I’m so annoyed. I printed out a Yankee schedule at the beginning of the season and it had the game starting at 10:10. I just turned on the radio to listen for an hour or so and no game! I looked at the website and see the game was on at 4:10. ARRGH! I was very involved in a project that the game would have been the perfect accompaniment for, darn it! And then I was so involved with said project I forgot to watch the Belmont Stakes, too – what a day!

    At least the Yankees won.

  2. Jane Heller says:

    Poor Audrey! At least I got to see the women’s final at the French Open. It was on here at 6 am before I left for the morning movie. (See my Mainly Jane blog.)