Winning last night takes some of the importance away from this game, but still, heading back to NY winning 2-0 would pretty much lock up the series. Let's go Andy!
“Obviously the experience isn’t going to help you as far as if you can’t find it, your stuff or whatever,” he said. “But just for me, I know emotionally, whatever happens I am mentally not going to get out of the game. You know what I’m saying? So I think that the experience will be able to help me as far as that.
“If I don’t locate and I don’t get the ball where I want it to be, no matter how much experience I have out there, it’s not going to help because I am going to get knocked around probably.”
“The command is what I would say that, if anything, was in my mind as a worry for me,” he said. “Because my command was so good the whole first half of the season before I got injured, and obviously that has a lot to do with my mechanics and how comfortable I was feeling with them. My release point (was) right where I needed to be all year long, the beginning first half of the season, and I just had a little trouble making those adjustments since I come back off the DL. So hopefully, like I said, hopefully we can get going tomorrow and make the adjustments that I need to make during the course of the game, and be able to put together a good start for us.”
Predict Pettitte's line for tonight.