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The 37 year old had great success in his first tenure with the Yankees, and has continued to be a work horse and a big game pitcher since returning from the Astros.
The tall lefty first broke in with the Yankees in '95 and has been nothing but a winner ever since. In '96 he won 21 games and picked up the first of four World Series rings he would win with the Yankees.
The other three came right in a row as the team would win it in '98,'99, and 2000. Andy holds the record for most games started(35) and innings pitched(218.1) in the postseason.
He recently passed Lefty Gomez for third most wins in Yankees history. His current career record is 227-133 and a 3.90 ERA, including his three years in Houston. As the playoffs aprroach, Andy will be looking to expand those postseason records and bring home his fifth ring.