The Yankees are still waiting on Andy Pettitte's decision. We were told that there's no hard deadline for Pettitte, who has been given a wide berth to make up his mind. Meanwhile, SI.com reports that Pettitte could have a three-year, $36 million offer from an unnamed club (the Rangers come to mind).
However, would Pettitte tie himself to a three-year deal without an out? Not likely, as he's gone year-to-year since leaving Houston after the 2006 season. The Yanks offer of $10 million or $10.5 million for one year remains unchanged. On deck: Ben Sheets (or even Derek Lowe) if Pettitte declines.
The Mike Cameron-Melky Cabrera trade is still in the air. "Wejust don't know if we want to do it,'' one club official said. Cameron's high strikeout totals are cause for pause. So, too, apparently, is the Kei Igawa portion of this trade - as in how much of the lefty's salary the Yanks would have to cover if he were included.