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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: I told Hughes so

Is Yankees pitcher Phil Hughes irrevocably becoming what everyone touted him to be?  After six seasons of being a source of utter frustration, it seems like Hughes has finally gotten it. And I hate to say I told you so, but I did. Countless times in the past, I have pointed out that Hughes lived […]

Yankees: Alex Rodriguez deserves an apology

This is not a post about how the New York Yankees got swept in the ALCS by the Tigers, as after the way Detroit played they deserved it. This is about Alex Rodriguez. As unless you have lived in a cabin out in the woods over the last week, sports fans around the world have […]

Yankees cannot beat anybody

Once again the New York Yankees couldn’t muster up enough at the plate to score two runs, which handed them their third lose at the hands of the Detroit Tigers, 2-1. It was a game the Yankees could have easily won, as once again pitchers were phenomenal for New York and if the bats could […]

Yankees: Tigers are coming

Yankee Universe couldn’t be happier about-facing the Detroit Tigers in the ALCS and I will tell you why. October 6, 2011: It was a chilly October night in the Bronx, a Thursday to be exact, when Yankee Universe crumbled at the hands of the Tigers. Losing Game 5 of the 2011 ALDS was one of the most intense […]

New York Yankees: Detroit Tiger-ees Want To Win Now Too

Guess another team, the Detroit Tigers, finally got the memo, since Prince Fielder will be waving goodbye to the Brew Crew as the slugger is heading to the Motor City. ESPN’s Jerry Crasnick reported agent Scott Boras got the Tigers to agree to a nine-year, $214 million contract for Prince’s talents. Once the news broke […]