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My Exclusive Q&A With New York Yankees Manager Joe »

Courtesy of Dove Men+Care, Lady Loves Pinstripes was given the opportunity to ask New York Yankees Manager Joe Girardi some personal questions about his life at home and on the field. Here is Lady Loves Pinstripes exclusive Q&A with Yankees Joe Girardi. Lade Loves Pinstripes: Where do you see yourself in five years? Joe Girardi: As I’ve [...]

New York Yankees Notes: Streaks, Jesus Montero, and »

The Yankees have an off day after finishing up a 10-game home stand with a victory against the Orioles to avoid their first sweep at the new Yankee Stadium. They were 7-3 during the home stand. They will fly into Texas, with Jorge Posada, to start a nine-game road trip. Here are some notes: Alex Rodriguez went 3-for-8 (.375) with a home run [...]

New York Yankees Catch Swishalicious Fever Before »

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 one out. [...]

Who Is #1525 James Rice »

James Rice was MLB Draft Pick #1525.  The last pick of the draft, the last pick of the defending World Series champion New York Yankees. When people look at the draft, they pay attention to the first three to four rounds, as that's obviously where the big names are.  A cosmic dance between agents and players, agents and team [...]

Jorge Posada Day-to-Day with Concussion Symptoms »

When Francisco Cervelli came up in the seventh inning today with the Yankees trailing and a runner on it seemed like the perfect spot for Jorge Posada to pinch hit. However the batter that stepped into the box was Cervelli, not Posada. Why? Because Posada was not in the stadium, he was in New York Presbyterian hospital being checked out for [...]

Nick Swisher Bails Out Joe Girardi as Yankees Snap »

One swing of the bat erased 52 nervous hours for the Yankees. Nick Swisher's two-run, walk-off homer to beat the Orioles, 3-2, on Wednesday afternoon in the Bronx cleansed the palette after a frustrating day by Joe Girardi and the Bombers' offense, and prevented New York from taking a four-game losing streak into an off-day before a tough [...]

Jorge Posada: How Will His Concussion Symptoms Affect »

Yesterday, Jorge Posada was hit square in the facemask with a foul tip. He appeared to shake off its affects, and it seemed that today's day off was just a regular breather with a day game after a night game. But when Francisco Cervelli came up with two men on in the bottom of the seventh inning, Posada was not sent up to pinch-hit for the [...]

New York Yankees: A Walk-Off Win in the Bronx »

The Yankees almost had one of their worst series of the season until Nick Swisher won the game with a ninth-inning walk-off home run off of the Orioles Koji Uehara to lead the Yankees to a 3-2 victory. Here are some highlights: This was the fourth walk-off win for the Yankees this year. Ivan Nova was great on the mound today making only one [...]

Ney York Yankees: Heyman’s Take on Derek Jeter »

Jon Heyman of Sports Illustrated is a lot of things, but this is a great take on the upcoming contract negotiations with Derek Jeter. Take a read: Derek Jeter will be back as a Yankee next season, and for more seasons after that. Of course he will. Doesn’t matter whether he’s hitting .264 today. Or .364. Or .164. Jeter will be [...]

How He Changed Public Relations: Marty Appel Interview »

Marty Appel was the Public Relations Director for the New York Yankees from 1973 to 1977. After resigning as the PR Director in 1977, he began a sports management company and later worked with World Team Tennis and Billie Jean King. Later on in his career he won an Emmy as the executive producer of Yankee telecasts. He has written 18 books [...]

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