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Think You Got Problems? Top Three Biggest Losers In MLB

The 2010 MLB season is in the home stretch, as contending teams battle for a coveted playoff spot and the possibility of going to the World Series. It would be impossible to name the fate of teams still in the hunt. There is a lot of baseball to be played and anything can happen. That […]

New York Yankee’s Latest Hero: Marcus Thames

New York Yankees Marcus Thames has been the talk of the town lately—and for good reason. Thames has come up big for the Yankees as he led the team in victory over the Texas Rangers Cliff Lee, this past Wednesday night. The switch-hitter went 3-5 with two hits, a homer, and two RBI. Thames had […]

New York Yankees Get 2009 Swagger Back by Beating Cliff Lee and Rangers

GAME NOTES: The odds were stacked up against the New York Yankees before Texas Rangers Cliff Lee even threw his first pitch. By the top of the sixth inning, Lee was schooling the Yankees again, with a 6-1 lead, posting 11 strikeouts, no walks, and a stacked bullpen just waiting. Yankees Javier Vazquez pitched just […]

New York Yankees: Top Seven Things Fans Don’t Understand Right Now

The New York Yankees lost a heart-breaker to the Texas Rangers in the 10th inning, final score 4-3. It’s no big secret that the Yankees are losing, winning only 4 of last 11 games and falling fast. The Bombers first place lead is dwindling down, now just a half-a-game over the Tampa Bay Rays. Now […]

MLB Power Rankings – Week 18

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 Have To Face Rangers Cliff Lee On Wednesday

I have witnessed Cliff Lee torment my New York Yankees at the Stadium while he was a Cleveland Indian, a Philadelphia Phillie in the 2009 World Series, and recently a Seattle Mariner. Now Lee is a Texas Ranger, but his uniform is irrelevant because most Yankees fans have no problem identifying Lee on the mound. […]