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Yankees: My season preview struggles

For the first time since I started LadyLovesPinstripes.com back in 2009, I cannot get a feel for the how the New York Yankees will fair in the upcoming season. I should be starting my 2014 team preview and prediction, but instead I am struggling somewhere between distrust and devotion. The hopes of this team are […]

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 […]

Yankees: 3 situations to watch in Spring Training

Can you believe 2014 Spring Training is finally here? Well, technically this coming Friday is the official date when New York Yankees pitchers and catchers are required to report to Tampa, Florida…. the home Spring-time home of the Bronx Bombers. Position players will report on February 19th with the team’s first full workout the day […]

Yankees are starting the season with a risky infield

As of today, the New York Yankees starting infield on Opening Day will showcase Mark Teixeira (1B), Brian Roberts (2B), Derek Jeter (SS) and Kelly Johnson (3B). This fragile foursome played a total of 227 last season combined. Johnson is accountable for 117 of those games, while Jeter, Tex and Roberts missed time due to […]

Yankees Hot Stove: 4 reasons to welcome Brian McCann to the Bronx

Finally, the New York Yankees made their first significant move this offseason by signing catcher Brian McCann to a 5-year, $85 million dollar deal with an option for a sixth. Brian McCann will be in pinstripes. The Yankees just grabbed the All-Star catcher for 5 years … $85 million: http://t.co/AITRPPtSaH — ESPN (@espn) November 24, […]

Yankees: Midseason report card

The All-Star break is finally here, and it could not have come any sooner. After witnessing a weekend where the New York Yankees lost their first series to the Minnesota Twins since 2001 put the icing on the cake of what has been a grueling first half. Starting out the season sans Derek Jeter, Curtis […]