Aug 26, 2011, 9:13 AM EDT
At some point people will not feel obligated to ask Andy Pettitte if he’s going to come back whenever they see him. We’re not to that point yet, however. Yesterday ESPN’s Wallace Matthews ran into Pettitte when he was in town for a photo shoot and the subject came up again. Pettitte’s answer:
“Right now, I don’t think I’ll ever play again. If something changes in my heart and I feel differently, who knows? But I retired to be at home, and I’m absolutely loving it. Whatever today’s date is, I can tell you I don’t plan on playing again.”
I guess the definitive statute of limitations would be next spring training, but really, I think it’s time to start asking him about other stuff.
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