Andy Pettitte may not be returning to the New York Yankees after all.
The left-handed starter has rejected the Yankees' one-year, $10 million offer, The New York Times reported, citing a person with knowledge of the negotiations.
The door does not appear closed on Pettitte returning to New York. The New York Daily News reported that according to a person close to the situation, Yankees general manager Brian Cashman has "had dialogue" in recent days with Pettitte's agents, Randy and Alan Hendricks.
"Andy's a free agent, and the one thing I've been consistent in saying is that we'd like to have Andy back," Cashman said last month, according to the Daily News. "I know he'd like to come back. That's set up for maybe a positive end result. It doesn't guarantee it."