1. Zell's Pinstripe Forum

    (Zell's Pinstripe Blog) I just wanted to let everyone know that we just launched our new forum. This way you can interact with me and many other readers of this blog. A bunch of people have already registered and have started posting...

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  2. Marte Is Back From Injury

    (Zell's Pinstripe Blog) Here is some of the latest news surrounding Yankees Universe: - Damaso Marte is expected to be back in the bullpen tonight.He has been out since April with an injured left shoulder...

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  3. Are the Yankees Getting Their Money's Worth?

    (Zell's Pinstripe Blog) Found this interesting read on Gritty and Clutch, and I thought I would share it with you guys. He wanted to see if the Yankees were getting their money’s worth as a whole, and player to player...

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  4. Steinbrenner High School Set To Open

    (Zell's Pinstripe Blog) George M. Streinbrenner High School is set to open up within the next few days. The school is located in Lutz, Florida, which is near Steinbrenner’s home...

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  5. Cashman Still Looking for Another Southpaw in the Pen.

    (Zell's Pinstripe Blog) According to Mike Silva’s New York Baseball Digest, Brian Cashman is looking for another left-handed pitcher for the bullpen. Damaso Marte is out, and a timetable on him is uncertain...

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  6. Joba to Make Six More Starts During the Regular Season

    (Zell's Pinstripe Blog) It looks like the Yankees have mapped out Joba’s plans for the remainder of the season. The Yankees have told Chamberlain that he will make six more starts during the regular season...

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  7. Pat Venditte. "The Switch Pitcher"

    (Zell's Pinstripe Blog) I’m sure you’ve heard the name before. His name is Pat Venditte, and he is a “switch pitcher”, which means he can pitch and throw effectively with both arms...

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  8. Teixeira to Appear on Letterman on Monday Night

    (Zell's Pinstripe Blog) Mark Teixeira will make his first appearance on the Late Show with David Lettermanon Monday night, August 24th. The show will start at 11:35PM and run until 12:37PM ET on CBS...

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  9. Yankee Stadium Demolition Photos- 8/20/09

    (Zell's Pinstripe Blog) (Click here to see the rest of the photos) Here are some photographs of the old Yankee Stadium taken by Tom Kaminski in Chopper 880. They are in the process of taking down the letters on the face of the stadium...

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  10. A Day of News in Yankees Universe

    (Zell's Pinstripe Blog) The Yankees designated Cody Ransom for assignment. Anthony Claggett was called up to replace him on the roster. It’s about time Ransom was taken off te team...

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  11. Offense Backs Up the Pitching, As Bombers Defeat Jays 8-4

    (Zell's Pinstripe Blog) You knew exactly what to expect out of Mitre tonight. He wasn’t very good, as he gave up 8 hits and 3 runs through 4.1 innings of work. His line looked like: 4...

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  12. Muhammad Ali to Be Honored Tomorrow Night at the Stadium

    (Zell's Pinstripe Blog) Muhammad Ali, AKA Cassius Clay, The Greatest, The Champ, The Louisville Lip will be honored in the Bronx tomorrow night...

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  13. Pitching Matchups for the Red Sox Series

    (Zell's Pinstripe Blog) The Yankees have an 0-8 record against the Boston Red Sox this season. This is a crucial series, as the Yankees can really pull away from Boston and run away with the division...

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  14. Pettitte Notches His Ninth Win, As the Yanks Figure out Halladay

    (Zell's Pinstripe Blog) Andy Pettitte did just what he needed to do. He pitched 6.2 strong innings, and allowed the Yankees to get to Halladay. His pitching line was: W, 6.2IP 4H 1R 1ER 4BB 6K...

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  15. Hughes and Rivera Tandem

    (Zell's Pinstripe Blog) The Yankees have something that no other team in baseball has. It’s called “The Forumla”. They have the best back end of the bullpen in the major leagues...

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  16. Pitching Matchups for the Blue Jays Series

    (Zell's Pinstripe Blog) The Yankees open up a two-game series against the Toronto Blue Jays on Tuesday night. Here are the pitching probables for the series. Tue: LHP Andy Pettitte (8-6, 4...

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  17. Demolition of Yankee Stadium Photo Update- 8/4/09

    (Zell's Pinstripe Blog) http://zellspinstripeblog.com/2009/08/04/demolition-of-yankee-stadium-photos-8109/ I want to thank demolitionofyankeestadium...

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  18. Yankees News and Notes

    (Zell's Pinstripe Blog) George Steinbrenner made a trip to Tropicana Field a few days ago to watch his Yankees take on the Tapa Bay Rays. He spent a half-four in the Yankees clubhouse prior to Wednesday’s game...

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  19. Melky Hits for Cycle, As Yanks Salvage the Last Game of the Series

    (Zell's Pinstripe Blog) The story of today’s game is Melky Cabrera. He is the first Yankee to hit for the cycle since Tony Fernandez did it on Sept. 3, 1995. Melky is the 15th Yankee to hit for the cycle in the team’s history...

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  20. The Yanks Have Homegrown Players!

    (Zell's Pinstripe Blog) The Yankees have been knocked by many baseball fans and the media about not having homegrown players. Most people think that they just buy all of their players, but that’s far from the truth...

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  21. World Series Dream Come True?

    (Zell's Pinstripe Blog) Entering this season, I thought about what my dream 2009 World Series would be. I picked the New York Yankees vs Los Angeles Dodgers...

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  22. Montero to Miss the Rest of the Minor-League Season

    (Zell's Pinstripe Blog) Jesus Montero fractured the middle finger on his right hand in a game last night. Brian Cashman has stated that he will be out 4-6 weeks. He will miss the remainder of the minor-league season...

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  23. Source: Yankees Are Still in on Halladay

    (Zell's Pinstripe Blog) It looks as if the Yankees are still in the Halladay sweepstakes. It’s funny how officials said early on they wouldn’t land him, and now we sit here and hear we shouldn’t count them out...

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  24. A Look at the Upcoming Schedule…

    (Zell's Pinstripe Blog) The Yankees just played their first game of a 9-game road trip. They opened the trip with a win, which is definitely a good start...

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  25. An Update On The AL East Standings

    (Zell's Pinstripe Blog) Here is a look at the AL East standings as of 7/28/09. The Yankees sit atop the East with a 2.5 game lead on the Boston Red Sox. I wouldn’t be too worried about the Rays, as they’re 7...

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