On the way to Sarasota now. We stayed behind in Tampa to watch Andy Pettitte’s bullpen.
He threw long toss, 8 warmup pitches then 42 off the mound. Dave Eiland stood in as a hitter and Andy knocked him off the plate once. “Sorry,” he yelled.
“I felt great, really great,” said Pettitte, who skipped his last start with slight elbow tendinitis. “I have no concerns.”
Pettitte will start against Boston on Monday and expects to throw 70 pitches or so.