Not really, of course. I thought he looks washed-up and that the trade was a lousy one. I sure hope he keeps proving me wrong.
The big controversy of the night was that it looked like he should have been called out on strikes the pitch before his game-winning double. However, a look at all the called strikes in the game shows that Andy Pettitte was actually squeezed more than Carl Pavano. Unlike Pavano, though, Pettitte doesn't crumble in front of adversity. Instead, as this Metal Universe card shows, adversity and stone walls crumble in front of Pettitte.
Edgar Diaz, 1991 Upper Deck
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