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Yankees Hot Stove: Want to win get Giancarlo Stanton

The latest rumor floating around the MLB hot stove is that the New York Yankees are about to immerse in a possible trade with the Miami Marlins to get right fielder Giancarlo Stanton. Stanton is one of the last Marlins left after the fire sale, which sent high-priced stars infielder Hanley Ramirez to the Dodgers; RP Heath Bell […]

2012 MLB Power Rankings: Preseason

The 2012 MLB Season has technically already started but since today is the official Opening Day in the states, I deemed it still proper to post my preseason power rankings. Lady Loves Pinstripes Weekly Power Rankings will be up every Friday, all season long and please note that giving your opinion in a comment is […]

2012 MLB Team Preview: Miami Marlins

Welcome to Miami…Marlins. As the team formally known as the Florida Marlins not only got a different name to go with their new uniforms, they got a new home and manager too. Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria kept his promise about investing in the team once they got a new stadium, as he opened his wallet […]

A New York Yankees Fan Take On Mets Losing Reyes To Marlins

The New York Mets ownership could take a lesson from the their neighbors in the Bronx. A team doesn’t let their best player go without a fight, but when your owner is broke and too selfish to sell a team he can’t afford, guess who is going to suffer? The team, and that is exactly […]

New Miami Marlins Trying To Spend Like New York Yankees

The team formally known as the Florida Marlins is now officially part of the city they have represented for 19 seasons. The now Miami Marlins got more than just a name change last night, as the franchise unveiled a new logo, along with fresh uniforms in the team’s new $515 million ballpark, called “Marlins Ballpark.” […]

MLB Trade Rumors: Yankees Could Use Cubs Sean Marshall

Chicago Cubs reliever Sean Marshall is a lefty, and an effective one at that the New York Yankees could use. Even though Buster Olney, a senior baseball writer for ESPN tweeted that The Cubs are telling teams they have no interest in talking about Sean Marshall in any potential trade, in sports never say never. […]