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Archive of entries posted on July 2010

New York Yankees Vs. Tampa Bay Rays: Vazquez Faces Garza

The New York Yankees Javier Vazquez will face Tampa Bay Rays Matt Garza on Saturday night at Tropicana Field. Let’s take a look at game two’s match-up: Tampa Bay Rays: Matt Garza (11-5) Fresh off throwing the franchiser’s first no-hitter in its 13-year history, SP Matt Garza’s overall outlook doesn’t change much. Garza is still […]

New York Yankees Vs.Tampa Bay Rays: Battle Of The Young Guns

Friday night, the New York Yankees are at Tropicana Field to face the Tampa Bay Rays, and it will be a true battle of the young guns on the mound. Since pitching and defense will dictate the outcomes of all three games, the match-ups on the mound will set the tone. Let’s look at the […]

New York Yankees Need One More Win in Cleveland Before Heading To Tampa

New York Yankees CC Sabathia had a rare loss in his old stomping ground Tuesday night, falling 4-1 to the Cleveland Indians. The Yankees are in first place, with a margin of only two games before they get caught. This added a lot of pressure on an already erratic AJ Burnett. It was mandatory that […]

MLB Rankings – Week 16

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. Over the […]

Pitching Match-Up Of Week: New York Yankees Vs. Cleveland Indians

After splitting the first two games in Cleveland against the Indians, the New York Yankees have shorten their lead in the AL East to just two games over the Tampa Bay Rays. The Rays are on fire right now. SP Matt Garza pitched the franchise’s first no-hitter on Monday night against the Tigers and followed […]

Javier Vazquez Wins And New York Yankee Fans Shut-Up

The day was April 14, 2010, the second home game of the season. The Yankees were the reigning 2009 World Series champions, making New York glow with pride. Yankee fans’ subdued looks of unfamiliarity from 2009 were replaced with smiles because our new house felt like a home. At least that is how I felt […]