It’s a bird, it’s a plane—no, wait, it is a baseball flying over the visitor’s dugout in left field at Yankee Stadium. Nick Swisher made sure the New York Yankees avoided getting swept by the Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday afternoon in the Bronx, by hitting a two-run homer in the bottom of the ninth with [...]
Courtesy of Dove Men+Care, Lady Loves Pinstripes was given the opportunity to have a Q & A with New York Yankees Manager Joe Girardi. Lady Loves Pinstripes exclusive: Q & A with Yankees Joe Girardi 1. Where do you see yourself in five years? As I’ve gotten older and become a husband and father, I’ve [...]
The week prior to the start of the 2009 NFL season, a friend who happens to be a die-hard New York Jets fans and season-ticket holder told me an impressive story. This friend had received a voicemail from new Jets coach Rex Ryan. Ryan had a request for all Jets fans to be as loud [...]
Saturday July 31st at 4:30pm marked the official end of MLB’s trade deadline, well technically at least. New York Yankees GM Brian Cashman was hard at work trying to fix the mess the organization has made of Joba Chamberlain. It is no secret that the Yankees don’t know what else to do with Joba Chamberlain, [...]
Do you want to meet New York Yankees outfielder Brett Garner? Well Lady Loves Pinstripes readers, here is your chance. WHEN: Monday, June 14th at 6:30p.
Tonight, the Empire State Building will shine in orange and blue, as New York City belongs to the Mets and their fans after winning the Subway Series. It hurts to see the Yankees lose, as they are clearly struggling the last two weeks. It cannot be blamed on injuries anymore, as the team is not [...]
PRESS RELEASE 05/03/2010 5:02 PM ET Robinson Cano, Francisco Liriano take the American League‘s monthlies 05/03/2010 5:02 PM ET MLB.com New York Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano and Minnesota Twins starting pitcher Francisco Liriano have been named the American League Player and Pitcher of the Month, respectively, for April. In 22 games last month, Cano [...]