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Yankees: Do you know this isn’t your 2009 Bronx Bombers?

“It’s about winning the summer. It’s not about winning the winter. That’s what we’re going to try to do again.” Those are the words that Boston Red Sox Johnny Gomes told the Boston Globe when asked what he thought of the New York Yankees off-season spending spree. And the reigning champ could not have said […]

Lady Loves Pinstripes: BBA 2013 Post Season Awards Ballot

As a member of the Baseball Bloggers Alliance, I get a vote in their Annual Awards for the 2013 regular season. Since Lady Loves Pinstripes is primarily a New York Yankees blog, I voted for the American League winners. The BBA Annual Postseason Awards will be announced after the conclusion of the World Series.  Here […]

ALDS Game 3 preview: Yankees fan talks Red Sox vs. Rays

The only encouraging thing to come from this ALDS series for the Tampa Bay Rays thus far is that they are getting the heck out of Boston, and Fenway Park at least for Game 3. With the Red Sox up 2-0 in the five-game Divisional Series, the Rays have their backs against wall, a spot Tampa Bay […]

2013 MLB Postseason Predictions: Who did this Yankees fan pick to win?

The 2013 MLB Postseason has officially started, as the starts of the Divisional Series are already underway. Most baseball nuts, like myself, made their playoff picks days ago. But as a Yankees fan, the reality of the situation took a little longer to set in. Calling me a sore loser, spoiled or just in plain […]

Is it smart for Rays to start David Price tonight vs. Rangers? #YanksFans4Rays

The 2013 New York Yankees season might be officially and pathetically over, but the most exciting time in baseball starts tonight with a sudden-death game in the American League wild-card playoff. As the Texas Rangers will host the Tampa Bay Rays tonight in a one-game playoff to decide who wins the second AL wild-card spot. […]

How the Yankees got to one game back in AL Wild Card?

As of today, the New York Yankees sit one game back in the AL Wild Card standings. And this has made Yankees haters confused, and of course angry again. As many have asked me, how are the too old, too injured and already declared postseason-less Bronx Bombers still very much alive? Well i told them […]