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New York Yankees hot stove: You want the down-low on Russell Branyan

Since six-time Gold Glover Eric Chavez seems to be AWOL, at least on the New York Yankees radar, GM Brian Cashman is up to his old tricks and I don’t mean off the field. Once again Cashman is handing out minor league deals and 2012 Spring Training invites, and the latest recipient, according to the […]

New York Yankees: Angels Turn To The Dark Side

Can you blame them? I am talking about the new evil empire called the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, who dropped the bomb today with the announcements of signing Albert Pujols and CJ Wilson. Pujols will be making $250 million bucks over the next 10-years; while Wilson will be paid $77.5 million over the next […]

SHAPE Magazine Best Blogger Awards: VOTE For Lady Loves Pinstripes

Lady Loves Pinstripes was nominated for SHAPE Magazine’s 2011 Best Blogger Award. Voting is so easy, as there is no sign-up required; and what an honor if Lady Loves Pinstripes actually won. To vote, please click HERE. Voting ends on October 28, 2011, so you have some time. If you want to see Lady Loves […]

Lady Loves Pinstripes: 2011 MLB August Monthly Power Rankings

The 2011 MLB season is heading into its last month, as the month of August comes to a close. Once again, August was no short of drama, as teams battled it out to stay in contention with the hopes of playing in October. While some teams are on the road to being crowned World Series […]

New York Yankees: Losing Is Contagious

As I headed to the Bronx on Tuesday night, to watch the New York Yankees take on the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, the last thing on my mind was the possibility of losing. I certainly didn’t expect to witness Mariano Rivera blowing his second save in a row, which resulted in another loss for […]

New York Yankees: Halos Starting Dan Haren Tonight

Arriving in the Bronx after winning eight of ten games on the road, the Yankees should be very pleased with that performance; except when both losses materialized in Fenway Park. So, instead the Yankees come home shamed and self-conscious, but thankful for Monday’s off day to shake away everything Red Sox off their shoulders. Not […]