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Yankees Universe do you know what Sportuality means?

Lady Loves Pinstripes is honored to welcome a guest post by baseball author, NCAA coach, mom and lifelong Tigers fan Jeanne Hess.  As a baseball lover, the mother of two Detroit Tiger draftees, and author of a sport-themed book, I couldn’t help but notice your blog. Thanks for letting me stop in to offer a few […]

How Will the New York Yankees Recover?

It was a devastating 0-2 loss to the Tigers in the ALCS, but now is the time for the New York Yankeesto pick themselves up and get back on form. However, there is already much debate how, and indeed if, they will meet this ambition task. Firstly, they will have to overcome the absence of Derek […]

Yankees: Tigers are coming

Yankee Universe couldn’t be happier about-facing the Detroit Tigers in the ALCS and I will tell you why. October 6, 2011: It was a chilly October night in the Bronx, a Thursday to be exact, when Yankee Universe crumbled at the hands of the Tigers. Losing Game 5 of the 2011 ALDS was one of the most intense […]

Yankees have to beat teams not from Seattle

The New York Yankees took two of three games from the Seattle Mariners in the Bronx over the weekend; and now are just three games deep into a 20-game stretch as they are now in Detroit to face the Tigers for a four game set. The Yankees head into Comerica Park maintaining a 6.5-game lead in the AL East […]

2012 MLB Power Rankings – Week 11

Inter-league play is about to wrap-up this weekend, which is good for most of the NL teams who got exposed by their AL counterparts. The AL is winning the majority of the match-ups thus far with a 119-91 record but it has not been the easy street of years past. The Yankees finally lost this […]

New York Yankees: Hughes you are far from complete

Yesterday afternoon, in Detroit, New York Yankees pitcher Phil Hughes took the hill in the rubber match vs. Tigers ace Justin Verlander. The Yankee bats got to the reigning AL CY Young and MVP winner quickly, as Derek Jeter hit a homer off the first pitch of the game. A-rod followed with a solo shot […]