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Yankees Hot Stove: Big Puma not returning

After all that has not transpired this off-season for the New York Yankees the last thing fans wanted to read was a rumor that Lance Berkman, aka the Big Puma could be re-emerging in the Bronx in 2013. Well as of two-days ago, Dan Martin of the NY Post reported that bringing back the switch-hitting […]

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 […]

MLB’s Collective Bargaining Agreement: 9 Changes You Will Want To Know

In efforts to avoid what didn’t happen in 1994, as well as avoiding the path the NBA took, MLB and the MLB Players Association took the bull by the horns to avoid letting the current Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) expire on December 11, 2011. And that hard work has paid off, as MLB has a […]

New York Yankees: Big Puma Got Nothing On Alex Rodriguez

“The Yankees made two big moves this offseason. Keeping CC, and I expect to be who I have been in the past.” That was the first quote New York Yankees Alex Rodriguez offered up to the NY Post’s Joel Sherman in an exclusive interview from this past Sunday’s paper. A-rod told Sherman how last year was […]

MLB Hot Stove: Is Terry Collins the Other New York Team’s Answer To The Mess?

After the long overdue firing of skipper Jerry Manuel, the New York Mets owners announced the two-year signing of Terry Collins to be the franchises 20th skipper. COLLINS BACKGROUND: Collins started his pro career as a shortstop drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1971. Over the next 10 years, Collins played for the Pirates and […]

New York Yankees Not Trading But Giving-Away Chan Ho Park

It has been reported that New York Yankees GM Brian Cashman has been shopping around relief pitcher Chan Ho Park. My question is, what teams are interested in Park, and what does he bring to a team? The 37-year-old right-handed pitcher doesn’t offer much promise to any team he joins. This season, in 32 innings […]