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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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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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Rodriguez: Farewell To Harms, Prince Fielder, Pre-Season Football, NHL Countdown

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NEW YORK, NY – Plenty of column inches on this website have been devoted to Alex Rodriguez and his forced retirement from baseball by the Yankees this week, so I will try to keep the A-Rod talk short. Goodbye and good riddance. There’s no doubting Rodriguez’s talent and his impact on baseball over the last […]

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MLB Trade Deadline, NHL Moves, Yanks – Mets Deal, and Roger Clinton?!

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BRONX, NY – There’s a lot going in under the MTM Sports Wagon hood… We’ve got the MLB Trade Deadline, a potential Mets/Yanks deal, Roger Clinton rumors and NHL moves. Let’s get to it. We’re three days away from the MLB trade deadline and the New York Yankees, whom have already made one big trade, […]

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Worst Sports Week of the Year is Almost Over: No More Maude

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NEW YORK, NY – We finally get back to baseball tonight after the All-Star break doldrums. It’s an awful week and I’m glad it’s behind us. It is always the Worst Sports Week of the Year. Monday night kicked off Worst Sports Week of the Year with the Home Run Derby on Monday night. An […]

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NHL Trade Horror: Canada Gets Skinned

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NEW YORK, NY – Today’s the day. It’s he first day of NHL free agency. And it’s really the only important day. Most of the unrestricted free agents that are worth anything will be signed by the time you’ve read this paragraph. But the biggest hockey news of the week will surely be a couple […]

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The Yanks Can’t Get Past First Base

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NEW YORK, NY – The Yanks had a good week last week but this week has been a different story. Lost the last two to Detroit at The Stadium, then got swept by the Rockies in Denver. Last night the Bombers got back to winning ways, thanks to a strong performance from a resurgent CC […]

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Ellsworth Worthy? Bombers Better, Harvey’s Horrible. Pens Etching Cup?

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NEW YORK, NY – We’ve reached Memorial Day Weekend and things are looking brighter for the Bronx Bombers, while the Mets are having some problems in the Bat Cave. Over on the ice, the Penguins are a step closer to winning the Stanley Cup. And Angry Ward’s Warriors are close to getting dumped out of […]

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Yankees Surging To Playoffs? NHL Ice Time Heating Up?

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NEW YORK, NY –  It was a pretty good week for the Bronx Bombers. They took three of four from the defending World Series Champion Kansas City Royals. Granted, they are still in last place in the AL East and well below .500. But there are some signs of life for the Yankees who have […]

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Rangers Suck, Islanders March On, and Tony X Sings the Blues

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New York, NY – It’s been a rough sports week for me. The Rangers are dead. The Islanders are still alive. The Yankees suck. Sports are dead. It all started with the lamestain Rangers getting blown out of the water by the Pittsburgh Penguins in the first round of the playoffs. Then Dan Boyle and […]

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Stanley Cup Playoffs: Islanders Win, Rangers Lose, The King & Eye

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NEW YORK, NY – The Stanley Cup Playoffs got under way Wednesday night, as the Rangers went to work in Pittsburgh without some key pieces. Ryan McDonagh is still out of the lineup after taking a puck off of his hand last week. This leaves the Rangers’ short on the blue line in a series […]

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