It was around this time last year that I wrote a piece about Andy Pettitte's retirement and his Hall of Fame prospects. Well, now it would seem I'll have to do some updating because the 39 year old lefty is making a comeback. ESPN's Buster Olney has reported this morning that Pettitte will rejoin the Yankees on a one-year, minor-league deal worth $2.5 million. No word yet on a timetable for his return to the Big League club, but the minor league deal will give him ample time to get back in shape. The 3-time All Star has won 5 World Series titles with the Yankees. He is Major League Baseball's all-time postseason wins leader with 19.