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Pinstripe Alley 8 hours ago
This Day in Yankees History: Kevin Brown beats his 30th team

This Day in Yankees History: Kevin Brown beats his 30th team

Photo by Tom Hauck/ Brown’s Yankees career started on a high note on March 31, 2004 With the start of the 2020 season delayed for the foreseeable future, the Pinstripe Alley team decided to revive the program in a slightly different format. These daily posts will highlight two or three key moments in Yankees history on a given date, as well as recognize players born on the day. Hope you enjoy this trip down memory lane with us! ★ ★ ★ This Day in Yankees History (March 31) 25 Years Ago The Yankees participated in the first baseball game ever played at Coors Field in Denver,...
Pinstripe Alley 10 hours ago
The 2020 Pinstripe Alley Introductions Thread

The 2020 Pinstripe Alley Introductions Thread

Photo by Al Bello/ Let’s get to know each other a little better Being cooped up in isolation and physical distancing has brought back a number of old Pinstripe Alley traditions. This Day in Yankees History is one, and today, we’re going to revisit a second, formerly-annual article: the introductions post. We spend so much time here bantering and posting as a community, it’s a great idea to use this as a chance to get to know staff writers and commenters a little better. Playing along is easy - just answer the questions in a comment below! Name:Location:Number of Seasons on...
Pinstripe Alley 12 hours ago
Yankees stars express support for healthcare professionals during coronavirus pandemic

Yankees stars express support for healthcare professionals during coronavirus pandemic

Photo by ANGELA WEISS/AFP via The Yankees stepped up to show gratitude for healthcare workers. Over the last few weeks, the coronavirus has ravaged the United States, leaving hundreds of thousands ill. As I write this, approximately 3,000 Americans have died, many in New York. They’re our loved ones, our friends, and our neighbors. No one has gone untouched by this pandemic. At the front lines in the fight against the virus, healthcare professionals stand between us and an even darker nightmare. They’re actual superheroes, risking their health to fend off a plague unlike anything...
Call to the Pen Mar 30, 2020

New York Yankees: Alex Rodriguez, respected advisor to President Trump

That time President Trump found time to call former New York Yankees 3B Alex Rodriguez for his thoughts on the novel coronavirus pandemic. The last I remembered of Alex Rodriguez, the New York Yankees were pushing the 40-year-old into retirement (Mark Teixeira style) because he was hitting a cool .200. Next thing I know the […] New York Yankees: Alex Rodriguez, respected advisor to President Trump - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Newsday Mar 30, 2020

David Cone, John Filippelli to live tweet during YES Network's replay of 1996 World Series Game 6

Tonight at 7 p.m., YES Network re-airs the "Joe Girardi triple game" where Yankees beat Braves to win the Series.
Pinstripe Alley Mar 30, 2020
This Day in Yankees History: New York trades away a legend

This Day in Yankees History: New York trades away a legend

Photo by Jim McIsaac/ Graig Nettles’ 11-year career in the Bronx came to an end on this day in 1984. Welcome to the relaunched This Day in Yankees History. With the start of the 2020 season delayed for the foreseeable future, the Pinstripe Alley team decided to revive the program in a slightly different format. These daily posts will highlight two or three key moments in Yankees history on a given date, as well as recognize players born on the day. Hope you enjoy this trip down memory lane with us! ★ ★ ★ This Day in Yankees History (March 30th) 36 Years Ago The great Yankee...

Yankees minor leaguer says coronavirus self quarantine ‘was surreal’

TAMPA — On Thursday, Matt Minnick came out of his cousin’s basement where he had been voluntarily self quarantining for the previous 14 days a newly freed man in a way. After the first of two minor league players in the organization tested positive for the coronavirus, the Yankees 2019 draft pick...
Pinstripe Alley Mar 30, 2020
Introducing Pinstripe Alley’s Yankees Hiatus reading list

Introducing Pinstripe Alley’s Yankees Hiatus reading list

With sports and much non-essential travel shut down, it is a great time to catch up on some of the best Yankees-related books out there. As baseball is in the clutches of an unexpected and potentially long hiatus, we at Pinstripe Alley are taking the opportunity to catch up on some books related to the Yankees franchise. One great thing about cheering for the Yankees is that there is no shortage of excellent work about the organization and its numerous legendary and interesting players. During the offseason I invited anyone interested to read The Big Fella: Babe Ruth and the World he...
Call to the Pen Mar 30, 2020

New York Yankees: Team preview and prediction for 2020 season

It has been a wild offseason for the New York Yankees. What does the 2020 campaign have in store for them? The New York Yankees have gone through an emotional roller coaster of an offseason that started on a high of signing their long-time needed ace in Gerrit Cole in free agency and ended on […] New York Yankees: Team preview and prediction for 2020 season - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Pinstripe Alley Mar 30, 2020
NYY News: It’s Gleyber (Pay)Day?

NYY News: It’s Gleyber (Pay)Day?

Photo by Carmen Mandato/ Pondering a Gleyber Torres extension; how scouting has been affected with season cancellations; Brian Cashman has stood the test of time. New York Post | George A. King III: Gleyber Torres broke out last season with 38 dingers and was poised to continue his ascent as one of the most productive Yankees in 2020. The season has yet to begin (if it ever will), but regardless, the Yanks could still lock up the 23-year-old and offer an extension like they did with Luis Severino and Aaron Hicks. Could they be waiting to see how he handles a full-time role at...
NorthJersey.com Mar 29, 2020
State of the Yankees: Gerrit Cole's anticipated pinstriped debut on hold

State of the Yankees: Gerrit Cole's anticipated pinstriped debut on hold

Players are now waiting a little longer for opening day due to the coronavirus pandemic. Now, Gerrit Cole is throwing in the backyard to stay in shape.        
Pinstripe Alley Mar 29, 2020
Yankees Rewatch: Yankees top Twins in thriller

Yankees Rewatch: Yankees top Twins in thriller

Photo by Hannah Foslien/ Join us at 6 PM to relive an instant classic! Welcome back for another edition of Yankees Rewatch, a new series at Pinstripe Alley! While we wait for the 2020 season to start, we’ll pull up some of our favorite games to enjoy together. We can chat about what we forgot, what would become important later in the season, or just catch up with old friends from the game threads. As soon as we started this series, we knew it made too much sense to dust off this instant Yankees classic. Billed as a showdown between the two top offenses in the American League, the final...
Newsday Mar 29, 2020

Darryl Strawberry has advice for people struggling to stay sober during pandemic

The former Mets and Yankees star, who says he has been clean for 17 years, stresses the need for people to use technology to stay connected during this stressful time.
Pinstripe Alley Mar 29, 2020
How the Yankees have performed during shortened seasons in the past

How the Yankees have performed during shortened seasons in the past

Photo credit should read DOUG COLLIER/AFP via With the likelihood of a shortened season rapidly increasing, let’s take a look back at how the Yankees played during abbreviated seasons in years prior. The Yankees were supposed to have Opening Day under their belt and were scheduled to wrap up their series against the Baltimore Orioles today. Instead, the season remains delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic. MLB and the MLBPA recently agreed on a deal for the 2020 season, and one of the agreements the two sides settled on was that the season will not start until there are no bans on...

Do you agree with Robinson Cano’s list of the 6 best players in the game right now?

If there’s one positive the coronavirus quarantine has given us, it’s free time to virtually catch up with old friends and family we may have lost touch with over the years. The same applies for former Yankees teammates Robinson Cano and Alex Rodriguez, who caught up on Instagram live this weekend...

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