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Yankees: Bronx Bombers stink

Hey, guess what happened up at Yankee Stadium last night? If your answer were the Yankees offense was stale once again, which wasted another picturesque pitching performance this time featuring Hiroki Kuroda, you would be correct. The Yankees bats mustered up one run against the Tampa Bay Rays, who only scored two in total but […]

Yankees: 15 things you need to know before Pirates series

The New York Yankees are hosting the Pittsburgh Pirates for three games over two days due to Friday’s rain prompting a Sunday, single-game ticket doubleheader. This means there is only 30 minutes between games, thank God the Yankees have an off-day on Monday. Here are 15 things to note before the Yankees start playing their third […]

Yankees: My season preview struggles

For the first time since I started LadyLovesPinstripes.com back in 2009, I cannot get a feel for the how the New York Yankees will fair in the upcoming season. I should be starting my 2014 team preview and prediction, but instead I am struggling somewhere between distrust and devotion. The hopes of this team are […]

Yankees Hot Stove: The Tanaka impact

The suspense of what team will eventually sign Japanese phenom Masahiro Tanaka is baseball’s biggest storyline to start the New Year. And it is no secret that the New York Yankees need Tanaka’s service badly. As of today, the Yankees starting rotation is headlined by CC Sabathia and Hiroki Kuroda. Sabathia is coming off the […]

Yankees Hot Stove: Tanaka or bust

Finally…. Japanese sensation Masahiro Tanaka has stated he wants to pitch in MLB in 2014. Here we go: Masahiro Tanaka says he wants to pitch in MLB in 2014 http://t.co/NqOhg28rkF — Ben Badler (@BenBadler) December 17, 2013 Rumor has it that MLB teams are expecting Tanaka to be posted later this week. And New York […]

Yankees Hot Stove: Adios Cano. Bienvenido Beltran.

The New York Yankees response to losing Robinson Cano, who accepted a 10-year, $240 million to be a Seattle Mariner, was to go out and sign All-Star, veteran Carlos Beltran. The Yankees inked the 36-year old switch-hitting, outfielder to a three season, $45 million deal. No doubt Beltran brings a power bat to the line-up. As over […]