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Yankees: Walk off weekend feeling

WEEKEND SUMMARY:   This past weekend the New York Yankees earned their first series win since the All-Star Break. But even better was winning two of three vs. the red-hot Detroit Tigers, who came into the Bronx on a 12-0 streak and with a comfortable seven game lead in the AL Central. The Tigers still hold […]

Yankees Universe do you know what Sportuality means?

Lady Loves Pinstripes is honored to welcome a guest post by baseball author, NCAA coach, mom and lifelong Tigers fan Jeanne Hess.  As a baseball lover, the mother of two Detroit Tiger draftees, and author of a sport-themed book, I couldn’t help but notice your blog. Thanks for letting me stop in to offer a few […]

Yankees: 3 reasons to start falling in like with this team

Are the New York Yankees playing good baseball?  Yes, but is it too premature into the 2013 season to judge? Maybe but aren’t the Yankees making it darn hard not feel confident about this team right now? Here are three reasons why this makeshift team is one I am really starting to fall in like […]

Yankees: Same old Hughes excuses

Who else wants to see New York Yankees David Phelps in the starting rotation?  After watching Phelps come and stop Phil Hughes from completely embarrassing himself against the Baltimore Orioles, I certainly do. The excuses for Hughes poor performance made by YES Network’s Michael Kay and  Paul O’Neil during the game were annoying but completely legitimate. […]

Yankees: Do you think not starting Phelps is Hughes mistake?

The New York Yankees lost the first of three games today vs. the Detroit Tigers this afternoon, 8-3 making them 1-3 on the season. I think I speak for many Yankees fans when saying playing in Comerica Park brought back nightmares of the last two postseasons. Ivan Nova really struggled as the Tiger bats ran up […]

2013 New York Yankees: 4 things you need to watch for

Baseball is back, as pitchers and catchers are officially reporting to their team’s respective Spring Training facility in either Arizona or Florida. The New York Yankees spring home is in Tampa, Florida and the normally anticipated media circus that comes with life in the pinstripes should be at an all time high. Why? There are […]