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2013 World Baseball Classic: Notable Players

The World Baseball Classic has been lost in the shuffle with the beginning of Spring Training, but it kicks off this weekend on March 2nd. It’s an event that’s supposed to showcase the world’s best…but at the same time, aggrav...
by America's White Boy on Feb 27, 2013

Andruw Jones reportedly signs with Japanese League team

Tweet   During his 17-year career Andruw Jones has spent time with the Atlanta Braves, Los Angeles Dodgers, Texas Rangers, Chicago White Sox, and most recently the New York Yankees. According to Nikkan Sports Jones has decided to continue his pl...
by Los That Sports Blog. on Dec 8, 2012

2012 ALDS: Roster & Rotation Info

As of now mananger Joe Girardi has not yet announced the full ALDS roster, but he has revealed that Andy Pettitte will start game 2. So the Yankees are going with CC, Pettitte, and Kuroda for the first three. Game 4 is apparently still up in the air.
by West House on Oct 6, 2012

New York Yankees: Injury Updates Are Just Alright

With the recent way they are playing, it is easy to forget that the New York Yankees are riddled with injuries. Minus the great Mo, Robertson and technically Boone Logan, the entire bullpen, along with the Captain Derek Jeter, two top starting pitche...
by Lady Loves Pinstripes on Jun 21, 2011

Posada-Gate Had Some Upsides

Getty ImagesThe weekend soap opera between Yankee DH Jorge Posada and manager Joe Girardi had some upsides and downsides depending on which angle you see it from.In a nutshell: On Saturday, Girardi penciled the slumping DH (.165 BA) to bat 9th for th...
by The Sports Cubicle on May 16, 2011

2011 New York Yankees: What Do May, June And # 28 Have In Common?

New York Yankees ace CC Sabathia earned his second win, as the team whacked the Chicago White Sox right out of the Bronx after Thursday night’s 12-3 win and spilting the four game set with Ozzie’s boys. The Bombers have been cruising right along...
by Lady Loves Pinstripes on Apr 29, 2011

Redd Inc.: How The AL East Will Unfold

“The Comic Book Feel of This Year’s Season." The Red Sox are Batman, and in this article he is much more suited for the playoffs than any billionaire made of iron.
by BagDragger Fantasy Baseball on Apr 13, 2011

New York Yankees AJ Burnett vs. Buck’s Birds aka Baltimore Orioles

The New York Yankees did not have the best weekend up in Boston, as the Red Sox took two of three from their bitter rivals; but it also was the team’s first two wins of the season. Yankees ace CC Sabathia was not at this best, but he still did his...
by Lady Loves Pinstripes on Apr 12, 2011

New York Yankees: Still Too Cold Even For A Hot CC Sabathia

Hosting the Minnesota Twins for game two of a four game set, the New York Yankees had everything alined to win for the second night in a row. Ace CC Sabathia would be on the mound, the Yankee bats have been hot and the bullpen had been lights out. As...
by Lady Loves Pinstripes on Apr 6, 2011

The AL West Preview

The AL West is the smallest division in baseball and last year, it was also probably the least competitive division in all of baseball.  The Texas Rangers, led by American League Most Valuable Player Josh Hamilton, ran away and hid with the division...
by Flippin' Fandemonium on Mar 6, 2011

New York Yankees Projected Starting Lineup

It’s too early in Spring Training to presume anything yet, but the New York Yankee bats still remain strong and easily one of the most lethal line-ups in baseball. The batting order doesn’t have any holes to fill, but once the regular season...
by Lady Loves Pinstripes on Mar 3, 2011

2011 MLB Team Preview: New York Yankees

From messy negotiations with the Captain; to ace Cliff Lee choosing brotherly love over the big apple; to waving goodbye to one of the Core Four; the New York Yankees off-season seemed to be in the news for all the wrong reasons. The only legit move...
by Lady Loves Pinstripes on Feb 17, 2011

Yankees 2011 Non-Roster Spring Training Invitees List

The 2011 Spring Training camps are starting this week, and the New York Yankees pitchers and catchers have their first workout tomorrow. The Yankees have serious holes to fill and decision to make before Opening Day on March 31st. Here is the list of...
by Lady Loves Pinstripes on Feb 14, 2011

Tampa Bay Rays sign Johnny Damon and Manny Ramirez

The Damon deal is 1/$5.25mil and the Manny deal is 1/$2mil. I like it. Especially the Manny deal. Manny can still hit. In 320 PA last season, his line was .298/.409/.460/.382/141. That’s good. He had a 1.6 fWAR, which means he was worth over $6...

New York Yankees: Without Risk There Is No Reward, So Get To Know Andruw Jones

Image via Wikipedia It is official: Ex-Atlanta Braves superstar Andruw Jones has officially signed with the New York Yankees. MLB Trade Rumors is reporting a one-year deal at $2MM bucks with... READ MORE....at Lady Loves Pinstripes And You Won't Be...
by Lady Loves Pinstripes on Jan 21, 2011

Andruw Jones: Another One of New York Yankees GM Brian Cashman’s Bad Ideas

Image via Wikipedia The latest name spinning on the pinstripe rumor mill is five-time All-Star and 10-time Gold Glove winner Andruw Jones. Don’t get excited just yet Yankee fans, as Jones is far cry... READ MORE....at Lady Loves Pinstripes And You...
by Lady Loves Pinstripes on Jan 11, 2011

New York Yankees interested in Andruw Jones

And I’m interested as well.* *Who’d have thought there would have been two Andruw Jones posts in a week! According to Jon Heyman, the Yankees are thinking about Andruw Jones. I would love to see Andruw Jones in pinstripes. The Yankees nee...

Is Andruw Jones a Hall of Famer?

Fangraphs asks the question. My answer is a resounding, YES, YES, YES! I believe to be eligible you need to have a 10+ year playing career. Jones was a great player for about 10-11 consecutive seasons. There are several players in the HOF who have ha...

Andruw Jones A South Sider

Thanksgiving leftovers: good. Andruw Jones leftovers: bad. Listen, I love the job Kenny Williams does on the South Side. He’s one of the top general managers in all of baseball. He’s a mover, a shaker and a risk taker…all to be appr...
by Bullpen Brian on Nov 27, 2009

Mets Need: Defense! (Updated)

This is my first installment of a three part series titled, “Mets Need” where I’ll be discussing the Mets needs and suggesting how to address those needs. First, the Mets need to develop a Department of Defense. What is defense? Def...
by The Real Dirty Mets Blog on Nov 13, 2009


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