October142012
Ace.

Ace.

(Source: politemusings)

October102012
mightyflynn:


NEW YORK — The Yankees are alive.
The A-Rod questions are alive, too. 
Hard for both to be true, but there was no doubt about it Wednesday night at Yankee Stadium. Just as there was no doubt about Raul Ibanez’s game-tying home run in the ninth inning.
A pinch-hit home run … pinch-hitting for A-Rod.
And then he did it again. Ibanez homered off Brian Matusz to lead off the 12th inning, giving the Yankees a 3-2 win and a two games to one series lead, and ending a crazy night in the Bronx.
- Danny Knobler, CBSSports
Read the rest: “A-Rod gets booed and pinch-hit for; Yankees win”

Photo by Bill Kostroun/AP

Brings to mind memories of A-Rod in October 2009.

mightyflynn:

NEW YORK — The Yankees are alive.

The A-Rod questions are alive, too.

Hard for both to be true, but there was no doubt about it Wednesday night at Yankee Stadium. Just as there was no doubt about Raul Ibanez’s game-tying home run in the ninth inning.

A pinch-hit home run … pinch-hitting for A-Rod.

And then he did it again. Ibanez homered off Brian Matusz to lead off the 12th inning, giving the Yankees a 3-2 win and a two games to one series lead, and ending a crazy night in the Bronx.

- Danny Knobler, CBSSports

Read the rest: “A-Rod gets booed and pinch-hit for; Yankees win”

Photo by Bill Kostroun/AP

Brings to mind memories of A-Rod in October 2009.

August272012
theyankeediaries:

valdespinmerightround:

WOW MICHAEL LOOK MORE CREEPILY AT LEITER WHY DONCHA?

Michael why.

OTP

theyankeediaries:

valdespinmerightround:

WOW MICHAEL LOOK MORE CREEPILY AT LEITER WHY DONCHA?

Michael why.

OTP

(Source: newyawkrainjizz, via thatshawkeybabyy)

August22012

(Source: politemusings)

July232012
phillyshenanigans:

ICHIROOOOOOOOO

phillyshenanigans:

ICHIROOOOOOOOO

(Source: nyshenanigans)

July172012

theyankeediaries:

stadium-love-:

Using over 45,000 LEGO bricks, a Manhattan gradeschooler and Lego Artist Sean Kenney built a sculpture of Yankee Stadium over the course of three years. It is 6 feet wide and 5 feet long, built to an approximate scale of 1:150. 

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Oh my god they even included the squirrel that was always on the foul pole a few years ago!

(via thatshawkeybabyy)

June202012
MISSING: HAVE YOU SEEN ME?

MISSING: HAVE YOU SEEN ME?

(Source: yankeedoodle27, via yankeesgirl310)

June172012
June122012

Poor Kirk!

(via pudgerodriguez)

June102012
therealbsmile:

Another Lucky Boy Meets The Babec.1926 - Yankee Stadium

therealbsmile:

Another Lucky Boy Meets The Babe
c.1926 - Yankee Stadium

(via baseballbybsmile)

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