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Only the Good Die Young, Mets Playoff Hopes, Fall Sports Season, 2016 Hits Home

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EL BRONX, EL BARRIO – I had tapped out of writing for MTM. Life had gotten in the way of things. Then I realized how lucky I was to have busy life. I felt I had to comeback and write one more time as tribute to FSA (Big Al Sternberg) because he wouldn’t be able […]

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Brilliant Sports Mind Big Al Sternberg (Fake Sandy Alderson) Cheated By Cancer.

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NEW YORK, NY – We hadn’t seen each other in two decades. But within minutes of reconnecting via Twitter and Facebook, we were once again fast friends and from May of 2013 until just recently, he was the deGrom to Angry Ward’s Syndergaard in our rotation. Just like when we were in college, we were […]

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Baseball God Gary Sanchez and How Derek Rose is Winning Off-season

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SPANISH HARLEM – As Yankees fans try to make most of this season, the one thing – or should I say the one guy – that has made the team appealing again, is the seed of the Baseball Gods we call Gary Sanchez. Recently named American League Player of the Week, “The Kraken” has had quite […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Miami, Buffalo, Maryland, Josh Gordon… Sports Postcards from Hell

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BRONX, NY – I’m back from Vacation! Tra-la-lee! What the hell were the Go-Go’s talking about when they got all weepy and wistful about the passing of a restful, resplendent summer recess. They clearly didn’t have kids or went to Disney in August. Crawling back into NYC on my hands and knees, bloated, beleaguered and thinking […]

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Anti Trump Olympic Quotes, Baby Bombers Boner Extension, NY Giants’ Offensive Offense

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WHITE PLAINS, NY – It’s Tuesday, time for your weekly dose of B-Dubs… And since that’s my self-declared nickname, you should know I really dug the Olympics this year. The inclusion of Rugby 7s had me tuning in right away. And before I knew it, I was streaming archery on my phone at 2 in the […]

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Ebs’ Hot Takes Olmypics Edition: Usain Bolt, Michael Phelps and USA Men’s Hoops

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SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY – You know, I could have easily made this about the Buffalo Bills. Considering Marcell Dareus is going to rehab, rookie sensation Karlos Williams was cut just hours before Saturday’s game against the New York Giants and outside linebacker Manny Lawson could very well miss the season opener because of a suspension, […]

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Throwin’ Picks, Little League Bat Flips, Hockey Sticks and Olympics Fix

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ENGLISHTOWN, NJ – It’s been almost a year since making this Raceway Park town my permanent temporary residence and I have gained twelve pounds and added to my cholesterol count, as both numbers currently sit at the same 236. If I don’t move soon, I will undoubtedly creep into Walter Hudson territory, whereupon door frames […]

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Best Olympic Moment, MLB Mismanagement, Yankees Own NY… Again

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NEW YORK, NY – As the Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas Flushing build to untenable levels (Sandy Alderson & Terry Collins Fear for their jobs, Mets fans Loathe what they see), we find ourselves looking for something positive to cling to as the Waters of Sports Doom wash away the MLB season, especially here […]

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Lochte’d Up: Some Guys Just Can’t Handle Rio

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LAPA, RIO DE JANEIRO – What was Ryan Lochte thinking? We’ve all done dumb things as kids. Even as young adults. But Ryan Lochte is 32 years old. We’ve known for years that Lochte wasn’t playing with a full deck. To be honest, he makes Lenny from Of Mice and Men look like Einstein. But […]

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Bronx Baby Bombers Take Flight in Bronx. Too Late for Yankees In Playoffs?

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SPANISH HARLEM – The Yankees have decided to let the young players, the ones with the good knees, start regularly. This is a stark contrast from the days when minor leaguers were bought up and rode the bench. Nowadays (going on a four), they play and play often.  Young guns like Aaron Judge, Gary Sanchez, […]

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