"I sat there and looked around and said, 'Wow, this is absolutely amazing.' Looking back on that day, I could never of imagined, 20 years later, the most storied franchise in sports history would be honoring me in such a way."
— Andy Pettitte, reminisicing on his first day with the Yankees, who retired his No. 46 on Sunday, a day after they retired Jorge Posada's No. 20.
GAME OF NUMBERS
Lefthanded batters in a row that didn't hit a home run off Yankees reliever Dellin Betances before Cleveland rookie Francisco Lindor did it Sunday.
Strikeouts Sunday by Cincinnati's Raisel Iglesias, the highest total by a Reds rookie since 1967.
The 31-year-old has more than two years left on a four-year, $50 million contract with the Brewers, but he is tied for the major league lead in losses after giving up seven runs in 4⅔ innings at Washington on Sunday. That dropped Garza to 6-14 with a 5.25 ERA this season.