Andy Pettitte shocked the baseball world by coming out of retirement for one more go-around with the New York Yankees. Here's currently building his way back up to major-league status, but the Yankees kind of need him now.
The starters aren't really doing their job all that well. The relief are getting overworked. Sure, the Yankees are deep in pitching, but that doesn't mean they need to stash Pettitte away to never be used.
While Pettitte shouldn't be rushed to the majors, they do need his services. He needs to build up arm strength after being away from the game for a year and rushing him would do more harm than good. Pettitte needs to take his time to really be ready.
Pettitte won't be ready until later on in the season, but here's why he'd be useful now.