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No Meat Fridays and Skinniest Sports Stars

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VATICAN CITY – No, we’re not standing outside waiting for the we’ve-got-a-new-Pope-smoke to billow from the chimney; Pope Francis is just fine. Instead, we’re waiting for Easter to finally get here so we can get back to the business of lying, cursing (A pox on your house!), boozing and… eating Meat on Fridays! See the […]

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March Madness For Dummies? Pick SUNY Buffalo!

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BUFFALO, NY – Having been raised in the metro-NYC area (on the Jersey side of the Hudson – across from the 79th Street Boat Basin), there was zero interest in College Sports for yours truly growing up. St. John’s and Seton Hall had a cup of coffee’s worth of success in hoops, but that really […]

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We Talk Baseball with Pete Rose, Who Shows Soft Side at ALS Benefit

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MT. KISCO, NY –  Recently, we attended an event for Pat Quinn, a rugby player stricken with Lou Gehrig’s Disease not long after his 30th birthday. Simply put, Pat is a hero. Despite things like shaking hands being a challenge, he is battling this despicable affliction with a courage we can’t can’t fathom, aided by […]

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Soccer World Cup, Luis Suarez and Derek Jeter Turns 40

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NEW ORLEANS, LA – It’s been awhile since I’ve fulfilled my duties to the greater good of MTM with a column. So here are my thoughts on some of the goings-on going on right now. Forgive any incorrect or outdated information. I wrote this Wednesday before flying to the Big Easy for a Bachelor’s Party.  […]

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Meet The Matts Sports Radio: Skinny CC Sabathia or Fat Bart Colon?

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Click This or the Picture for today’s column & Podcast… You can leave your comments there! Merci Beacoup!  

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Today’s Column: Alternative Sports Radio Podcast

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Please Click This for Today’s column and the appropriate place to comment. Thank you.

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