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Archive of entries posted on June 2010

New York Yankees Need To Dethrone King Felix

New York Yankee fans are finally cheering for Javier Vazquez, but the relationship is still very tender because it’s hard to let go of the past. Vazquez is up against the great Seattle Mariner Felix Hernandez, aka. King Felix. Beating the King at home would do wonders for Vazquez, his team and the fans. King […]

Phil Hughes, Joe Girardi And The Da Boom Theory

Once again, the New York Yankees fell victim to their own rules. Last night, the result ended with a Yankees loss of 7-4 to the Seattle Mariners. The Mariners have consistently held the last spot in the AL West this season. The Mariners had baseball‘s best pitcher on the mound Cliff Lee to face a […]

New York Yankees: Sorry Joe Torre You Deserved To Lose

Once again, the New York Yankees utilized inter-league play by crushing the NL teams, winning 10 of 15 games. The stressful, yet successful trip out west was exhausting. The Yankees played with so much heart making sure to win both series against the Diamondbacks and the Dodgers. Sunday night’s game against Joe Torre and his […]

MLB Blogger Rankings – Week 12

Lady Loves Pinstripes is one of six bloggers voting on Yardbarker’s Gillette Fusion MLB Rankings. Each week Lady Loves Pinstripes will rank all 30 MLB teams, along with the other five bloggers. All blogger’s rankings are averaged together for each weekly results. In addition, Lady Loves Pinstripes will comment on he AL WEST. The American […]

New York Yankees vs. Cliff Lee

Personally witnessing Cliff Lee manhandle the New York Yankees in two different uniforms, at both Yankee Stadiums was far from fun. All I can say is Cliff Lee is that good. Our first time in 2008 was like a blind date, as Lee wore a Cleveland Indian uniform back than and I was just going […]

Reviewing Top Three American League East Teams

The AL East is proving itself worthy of it’s reputation as the toughest division in baseball.It is difficult to imagine the post-season will be without either the Yankees, Red Sox or Rays, who have each have won the ALCS the last three seasons. (2007-BRS; 2008-TBR; 2009-NYY)Let’s take a look at this three-headed-beast: Boston Red SoxThe Boston Red […]