Multiple news organizations are reporting that the New York Yankees are going to retire Andy Pettitte's No. 46 during the upcoming season, which would be the 17th number the Yankees have retired.
The Dodgers, meanwhile, have retired 10 numbers, with the main criteria for having your number retired being election into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Only former player and coach Jim Gilliam, who died during the 1978 season, has had his number retired without being in the Hall of Fame.
But let's pretend for a moment that the Dodgers didn't have that unofficial requirement. What numbers would you want to see them retire? We have compiled a list below, please vote in it and let us know whose number you would retire. You can vote for up to three numbers.Copyright © 2016, Los Angeles Times