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Baseball’s Freak of Nature, a Sepp Blatter and World’s Biggest Star

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SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Very rarely – probably never – do we write about just one athlete. We certainly don’t write about a player from a team that shunned the shores of the East River for the shores of San Francisco Bay. And we ain’t going to do it today. But we talk about Baseball’s […]

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NY Rangers, NHL Final Four and Alfred Hitchcock?

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FREEHOLD, NJ – As I was sitting in the doctors office waiting for “MY TURN” on the treadmill during a nuclear stress test, I pondered how I would feel if the New York Rangers┬álost their bid for Lord Stanley’s Cup.┬áScanning the waiting area I noticed, again, that I was the youngest one there. Why did […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: What’s Great and What Sucks About Your Favorite Sport

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BRONX, NY – I’ve watched more of the NHL playoffs this year than I have since I was a teenager, and it’s been pretty darn entertaining. Watching these games, many of them tense one-goal and/or overtime affairs, makes me lament that more people aren’t privy to just how great professional hockey can be. After all, […]

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Apocalypse is Nigh! Youth Baseball in Big Trouble and FSA Can’t Save it!

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FRANKLIN, TN – When Jerry Maguire walked out of that hospital room after visiting a severely concussed client of his, he had an epiphany. An epiphany that led to a manifesto – of sorts – in which he bared his soul and candidly questioned his role and responsibilities as an agent and as a protector […]

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Korak Returns Just In Time! Gorilla and Noah Save Mets?

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“I’m working on something interesting.” –Freddie Wilpon NEW YORK, NY – Those were the Mets’ owner’s words as he plopped ice in his white wine and offered some to the guest in his office. The Mets were on the field down below, and Noah Syndergaard finished his warm-ups. Bud Selig eyed the cube and gave […]

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RANGERS WIN Game 1! Wilmer!! Oh No, Not Again!!

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Cheektowaga, NY—Here it is. The Anti-Column. I know our faithful reader(s) is/are expecting to find a finely crafted analysis of yesterday’s Game 1 Rangers win against some team that apparently plays in Florida somewhere. I think Phil Esposito and his buddies started a club down there and I think they won a Cup in 2004 […]

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