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Archive of entries posted on October 2011

New York Yankees: Sorry Big Papi No Room In Big Apple

“There’s too much drama, man,” … “There’s too much drama. I have been thinking about a lot of things. I don’t know if I want to be part of this drama for next year.” – David Ortiz That was the answer given by Boston Red Sox David Ortiz, when asked during an interview by ESPN’s […]

Yankees Drama Ain’t Got Nothing On In Beantown

It is hard to imagine that things could get much worse Boston, but it did. ESPN’s Buster Onley reported today that Theo Epstein, the Red Sox’s GM is officially going to sign a 5-year deal with the Chicago Cubs. That is the second prolific Red Sox leader to get the heck out of dodge, with […]

New York Yankees: One, Two Princes Stand Before You

Imagine this scenario…. it is mid-December 2011 and the New York Yankees just sent word to the media that they would be holding a press conference at 2pm at Yankee Stadium. The news spreads fast, and at 1:55pm both fans and haters of the Yankees were already tuned in to hear what this was all […]

New York Yankees Are Out So Who To Root For In Postseason

Everyone is well aware that the 2011 New York Yankees season is over; to be precise it concluded last Thursday in a heart wrenching ALDS Game 5 loss to the Detroit Tigers. The 3-2 loss was about the worst thing I have ever saw at Yankee Stadium. It felt like a little of New York […]

SHAPE Magazine Best Blogger Awards: VOTE For Lady Loves Pinstripes

Lady Loves Pinstripes was nominated for SHAPE Magazine’s 2011 Best Blogger Award. Voting is so easy, as there is no sign-up required; and what an honor if Lady Loves Pinstripes actually won. To vote, please click HERE. Voting ends on October 28, 2011, so you have some time. If you want to see Lady Loves […]

New York Yankees: 2 Ways To Start Off-Season Drama Free

With the 2011 New York Yankees exiting the postseason earlier than planned, the looming questions surrounding this off-season are no longer avoidable. Key players contracts are up, team/player options will be decided and the consequences will dictate next season’s outlook. So, here are 2 situations that fans need to keep a close eye on: 1. […]