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Yankees Ticket Giveaway: Do you want to go see Derek Jeter for free?

Just a reminder…. On June 9, 2014, LadyLovesPinstripes.com will be giving away two free tickets for the New York Yankees vs. Toronto Blue Jays game on Wednesday, June 18, 2014.                    

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 […]

You, Me And Yankees Hot Stove: Cashman’s to do list

Baseball’s Hot Stove is officially about to start, and with all the question marks the New York Yankees will be headlining the show this off-season. After having to endure the Boston Red Sox winning the 2013 World Series, Yankee fans are anticipating that inherited owner Hal Steinbrenner will be filling all the team’s holes with […]

Mariano Rivera says adios to Yankee Stadium perfectly

Perfect…..that is the only word to describe Mariano Rivera‘s final farewell last night at Yankee Stadium as the best closer ever took the mound for the last time in the Bronx. Nothing written nor spoken can describe this unbelievable sports moment more worthy than actually watching it yourself. So grab a tissue…and watch Mo one […]

Yankees fans need to take note of these Braves fans

Anyone who has been a Yankees fan for 10+ years knows that things are not as they used to be at the Stadium. Yankees fans spirit started dying since things got all fancy when the team moved across the street. Here is a video that some Braves fans created as a paradox to Robin Thick’s […]

Yankees: Team has no muscle literally

I hate harping on the past, especially when the situation cannot be changed, but there is always an exception. For example if you had zero input in a decision, opposed it completely and find out you were right. Like during this past off-season, when the Yankees decided not to keep catcher Russell Martin. The Yankee […]