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Yankees: Signing Joe Girardi is a good start

Saying the New York Yankees have a lot of work to do this off-season is the understatement of the century. So far, the Yankees have gotten off to a good start by inking skipper Joe Girardi to a 4-year, for around $16 million this past week. The Yankees were already fielding phone calls from the […]

Lady Loves Pinstripes: BBA 2013 Post Season Awards Ballot

As a member of the Baseball Bloggers Alliance, I get a vote in their Annual Awards for the 2013 regular season. Since Lady Loves Pinstripes is primarily a New York Yankees blog, I voted for the American League winners. The BBA Annual Postseason Awards will be announced after the conclusion of the World Series.  Here […]

Yankees: What team isn’t trying to steal our skipper?

The first priority on GM Brian Cashman’s extensive off-season checklist is resigning skipper Joe Girardi, as his contract expired at the end of this past season. Keeping Girardi is absolutely vital more than ever, as he was the team’s nucleus through all the ups and downs that this last year doled out. The Yankees exclusivity […]

Yankees: Cashmans press conference proves it is time to spend to contend

Here we go again, as another off-season full of false promises made by the New York Yankees ownership has already begun. In case you missed it, yesterday, GM Brian Cashman held his annual end-of-season press conference but on the wrong end of October. The Yankees GM answered everything asked from this past season’s failures to […]

Yankees: Finally Girardi knows Hughes stinks

Everybody says that if bird (pigeon if you live in NYC) feces land on your head, or if it rains on your wedding that something good is going to happen. Just like it is good luck when you accidentally slip on a big pile of doggie poop, right? Well, earlier today as I innocently was […]

Yankees: Hughes starting tonight is a joke

After beating Buck’s Birds for the second night in a row 5-4, plus some key losses, the New York Yankees have propelled themselves to one behind the Tampa Bay Rays in the Wild Card standings. Tonight, at Camden Yard, is the last time the Yankees will play the Baltimore Orioles both in this four-game set […]