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Archive of entries posted on July 2010

New York Yankees: Halos Spell Trouble in the Bronx

Andy Pettitte thinks he can be back on the mound in three weeks. After watching the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim slaughter the New York Yankees, any encouragement that the team could manage without the Southpaw went right out the window. Phil Hughes went into the game with a 3-0 career record against the Halos. […]

MLB Rankings – Week 15 – Trade Rumors

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 […]

New York Yankees Are to Blame for Joba Chamberlain’s Performance

New York Yankees fans first fell in love with Joba Chamberlain in Game Two of the 2007 ALDS, also known as the infamous “bug” game. Joba was everything and more that night. It was the spirit in his young eyes that does not come around that often. Yankees Universe went totally crazy for this kid […]

New York Yankees Week From Hell Ends With the Los Angeles Angels

After saying good-bye to two prolific men, the New York Yankees ended the weekend placing ace Andy Pettitte on the DL. Pettitte will be gone for five weeks with a grade one tear in his left hamstring. This digs the dagger even deeper as the Seattle Mariners played the reigning champs like fools by trading […]

Two MLB Teams Not To Give Up On

MLB’s second-half of the season is officially in full swing. Thus far, in 2010 is proving to be one for the books. With so many tight division races, fans will have plenty of excitement to keep them occupied. Still, fans tend to throw in the towel and write-off their teams chances of playing in October. […]

New York Yankees Need AJ Burnett To Lose The Attitude

Saturday afternoon New York Yankees starting pitcher AJ Burnett took the mound against the Tampa Bay Rays. Burnett was pulled in the third inning, marking his shortest outing in pinstripes. This time Burnett’s frustrations got the better of him which certainly did not go over well with his teammates. In the first inning, Burnett gave […]