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Three players have been lost from the active roster, the Yankees announced on Tuesday. Aaron Laffey was claimed off waivers by the Royals, while veteran relievers Raul Valdes and Scott Proctor have elected to become free agents.

New York Yankees: One, Two Princes Stand Before You

Imagine this scenario…. it is mid-December 2011 and the New York Yankees just sent word to the media that they would be holding a press conference at 2pm at Yankee Stadium. The news spreads fast, and at 1:55pm both fans and haters of the Yankees were already tuned in to hear what this was all [...]Read the rest of New York Yankees: One, Two Princes Stand Before You at Lady Loves...

Angels Interested in Hiring Yankees Scouting Director

Damon Oppenheimer, the Yankees scouting director since 2005, is rumored to be near the top of the Angels list in their search for a new GM, according to Jon Heyman of Sports Illustrated. Oppenheimer’s name has been coming up over the past few years  for a number of open general manager spots, but so far the only time a team even requested the Yankees permission to interview...

New York Yankees Are Out So Who To Root For In Postseason

Everyone is well aware that the 2011 New York Yankees season is over; to be precise it concluded last Thursday in a heart wrenching ALDS Game 5 loss to the Detroit Tigers. The 3-2 loss was about the worst thing I have ever saw at Yankee Stadium. It felt like a little of New York [...]Read the rest of New York Yankees Are Out So Who To Root For In Postseason at Lady Loves Pinstripes...

A-Rod now taking swings on golf course

Maybe Alex Rodriguez will have more luck hitting a ball that’s not moving so fast! Yankees fans, worried about A-Rod’s disappearance this month, need not call cops to file a missing-persons report. Instead, all they need do is visit a Miami golf course to find Rodriguez enjoying the...

CC's love for The Bronx may not be enough

Love might not conquer business for CC Sabathia. The Yankees ace -- a possible free agent-to-be -- reiterated yesterday he loves being in New York. But while Sabathia admitted it would be hard to leave, that won't necessarily carry his decision. "Of course it would be [difficult to leave...

Yankees manager Joe Girardi tries explaining lack of luck from lost season

Skipper also lists signing CC Sabathia atop team's priorities

Royals claim Laffey

The Royals picked up left-hander Aaron Laffey from the Yankees on Tuesday and designated Jesse Chavez for assignment.

More Doc Gooden: Trade Bay for Burnett

Dwight Gooden has been tweeting more stuff about the Mets, this time saying: “An American League team with a small park would take Bay… How about the Yankees? I think Bay 4 Burnett… I would do that in a heartbeat” A.J. Burnett has two years and $33 million left on his contract. Jason Bay has two years and $32 million left on his contract. He has a $17 million club option...

Yankees Drama Ain’t Got Nothing On In Beantown

It is hard to imagine that things could get much worse Boston, but it did. ESPN’s Buster Onley reported today that Theo Epstein, the Red Sox’s GM is officially going to sign a 5-year deal with the Chicago Cubs. That is the second prolific Red Sox leader to get the heck out of dodge, with [...]Read the rest of Yankees Drama Ain’t Got Nothing On In Beantown at Lady Loves Pinstripes...

This Week in Yankees History (10/9-10/15)

This Week in Yankees History October 9th - 15th October 9th 1898 - Former Yankees 3B Joe Sewell (1931-1933) was born/ After playing 2B with the Cleveland Indians for 11 years, Joe Sewell joined the New York Yankees for the 1931-1933 AL seasons becoming their 3rd baseman. He hit .301 in 1931. Joe was on the 1932 World Championship team, hitting .272. Joe finished MLB career with...
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