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Pettitte, 39, was making his gucci handbags third minor-league start as he continues his comeback after retiring following the 2010 season. He struck out three and walked one and came out after allowing a leadoff single in the sixth. ''I felt good,'' said Pettitte, who took the loss in the Thunder's 10-4 defeat to Erie. ''It was another step in the right gucci bags direction. I was a little disappointed with my command and made a few more mistakes than I have been making. All in all another good step forward.'' Yankees general manager Brian Cashman watched Pettitte and was pleased with the left-hander's outing. ''Mechanically he's monster miles davis good,'' Cashman said. ''He's healthy. He's getting his work in. He's not there yet but he's on the right track.'' Pettitte will make at least one more minor-league start and possibly as many as three more, according to Cashman, before joining the Yankees. His next start could be Monday for the Thunder at Boston's Double-A affiliate in louis vuitton bag shop Portland, Maine. Neither Cashman nor Pettitte want to rush his return to the Yankees, even with news Wednesday that 23-year-old Yankees right-hander Michael Pineda will be sidelined for the 2012 season with a shoulder injury. ''Nothing really changes for Andy regardless of what's taking place at the big-league level,'' Cashman said. ''He'll be ready when he's ready. There's not going to be any urgency. ''We have to play it safe. We have to make sure when and if he's ready that it's going to be something he can maintain louis vuitton t- shirts and stay consistently healthy.'' Said Pettitte, ''All of it is going to be how my body reacts. I don't want to have a setback. We're going to take it day by day and see how I feel. It's not going to do any good to go up there and not be right. I'm not going to do anybody good by doing that.'' The left-hander received a louis vuitton women handbags brown fashion 2012 discount online sale standing ovation from the crowd when he departed after facing one batter in the sixth, acknowledging the fans with a wave. He threw 81 pitches, 59 for strikes. Pettitte gave up a run in the first inning on two singles. After retiring the next eight batters, Pettitte walked Romero to lead off the fourth. Romero scored the second run on Rob Brantly's RBI single to left.