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Different Matt is our cunning Cornell grad/rugby player. "Diff" joined us just after the switch from being "Mets only" to an all-sports stop. He's a Yankee fan; thus he was "different." Aside from the Yanks, he's a diehard NY Giants, NY Rangers and NY Knicks fan. He also likes long walks on the beach and cappuccinos and nearly died in Las Vegas.

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Sports Plan Their Returns Amid Spike in COVID Cases

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NEW YORK, NY – With COVID cases on the rise in the south and west of the country, the sports restart plans that have been unveiled over the last few weeks could now be in jeopardy. Major League Baseball has already moved to shift training camps from COVID hotspots Florida and Arizona to the teams’ […]

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Sports Will Be Back Soon… Maybe. Bobby Bonilla, Vegas Knights, Rob Manfred

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NEW YORK- NY – By this point in a normal June, we would be well into the NBA & NHL Finals and Major League Baseball would be about 60 games into the regular season. But this is no normal year. The global pandemic caused by the novel #Covid19 has shuttered the doors on most of […]

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NHL, NBA and MLB Make Pitches to Resume Play

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NOTE: Our man @CheesyBruin is getting his cancer removed today. Please keep him in your thoughts. NEW YORK, NY – As we near three months since the last time professional sports were played in the US, we are beginning to see some hope for their return this summer. A few of the leagues have proposed […]

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Sports Returning Soon-ish? The Quiet Will Echo

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THE LIVING ROOM, NY – We’ve now gone almost two months without sports and it doesn’t look like things will be getting back to normal any time soon. While some sports like golf, NASCAR, and UFC have announced plans to restart without fans in the near future, the way forward for MLB, the NHL, and […]

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Quarantine Distraction Sports Movies List. John Candy, Kathy Ireland and ???

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NEW YORK, NY – We’re now a month into the COVID crisis here in New York and the news keeps getting worse. And with all of the depressing news and no sports in sight, we need more distractions. Two weeks ago I listed some baseball movies that you may not have seen in awhile. Today […]

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A Different List of Baseball Movies to Get You Through Quarantine

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QUARANTINE, USA – As Short Matt promised earlier this morning, I’m back. I’m back but these are unprecedentedly depressing times. We are locked in our homes with no sports to watch. But there are other ways to get your fix. There are plenty of streaming services out there and there are plenty of sports movies […]

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NHL Playoffs Peek: Injured Rangers Make Wild Card Hunt Interesting

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NEW YORK, NY – With 15 games to play, the New York Rangers are now only two points out of the second Wild Card slot, currently occupied by the Islanders. It has been a steady climb for the Blueshirts, who have been aided by the lackluster play of the teams around them in the standings. […]

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Kreider Still a Ranger as NHL Trade Deadline Looms

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NEW YORK, NY  – We’re just a few days away from the NHL Trade Deadline and Chris Kreider is still a New York Ranger. The 28-year old Massachusetts native scored an amazing goal Wednesday night in the Blueshirts’ 6-3 win over the Chicago Blackhawks. There are a number of suitors for Kreider’s services and those […]

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Pucks Heads, NHL Trade Rumors, Playoff Picture

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NEW YORK, NY  – We are less than two weeks away from the NHL trade deadline, and some curious scenarios are there for consideration on the NHL landscape. Let’s look at the team in town. The New York Rangers find themselves nine points behind the Philadelphia Flyers for the second Wild Card slot in the […]

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Kreider Represents Rangers at All-Star Game

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New York, NY – We’ve reached the NHL All Star Break and the Rangers find themselves well out of the playoff hunt. Their representative at the All Star Game will be soon-to-be-former Ranger Chris Kreider. Kreider will represent the Blueshirts in the place of Artemi Panarin who is dealing with an “upper body injury.” Panarin […]

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