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2014 Yankees: 3 issues you cannot forget to worry about

Yankees Universe is densely populated with fanatics that always perceive the glass as completely full, even though it isn’t. As much as I envy this kind of absolute optimism, the delusional element has turned me into a pessimist, almost to a fault, when it comes to the New York Yankees. Do I not want to […]

2014 Preview and Predictions: AL East

Thanks to the $438 million dollars spent by the New York Yankees in the off-season, the AL East is back to being the most competitive division in baseball once again. Predicting the division where your favorite team resides is tough for any fan because it hits at an emotional level, but I tried to be […]

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: Brett Gardner’s new deal is exception to the rule

It is a safe bet that this past weekend was one, if not the best in New York Yankees Brett Gardner baseball life. The Yankees handed the speedy outfielder a 4-year, $52 million with a 5th year club option $12.5M or $2M buyout. The deal does not have a no-trade clause so that door is […]

Yankees: 7 situations you want to see work

The hype surrounding New York Yankees captain Derek Jeter’s last season has generated a lot of emotions amid the sports world. But as this resonates within Yankees Universe, the fans I have spoken believe that sending Jeter out on top is already preordained in baseball history. As perfect an ending that World Series Champ would […]

Sorry Mark Teixeira! The Yankees aren’t back just yet

“We’re back to being the Yankees again. Last year, we weren’t the Yankees.”  That is how first baseman Mark Teixeira described the state of the 2014 Yankees yesterday to ESPN New York’s Andrew Marchand. Regardless if you agree or not, it is tough to knock a guy who has an attitude of positive expectation. Following […]