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Tim Tebow: Is Eagles Polarizing QB Like a Bad Penny or STD?

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PHILADELPHIA, PA – There have been more polarizing, high-profile personalities in professional sports – Reggie Jackson, Alex Rodriguez, OJ Simpson, Howard Cossell, Pete Rose – to name a handful. But Tim Tebow getting time in the City of Brotherly Love is simultaneously fitting and… annoying. Whilst (we’ve been dying to use that word) Philadelphia Eagles […]

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Yankees, Mets in Different Directions? 2016 MLB Draft Predictions

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FLUSHING, NY – With their 4-game sweep of the snake-bit Colorado Rockies in the books, the red-hot New York Mets have their fans and other organizations frothing at the mouth re their abundance of young pitching talent. All are also lauding New York’s acquisitions of Yoenis Cespedes, Juan Uribe and Tyler Clippard before the MLB […]

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Yankees, Mets: Full of Surprises. How About That?

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BRONX, NY – If you had told us on the first day of Spring Training, when Alex Rodriguez and his overly insincere smile/apology walked through the gates at Steinbrenner Field, or when Sandy Alderson and his cache of broken promises walked through those at Tradition Field, that both teams would be in first place in […]

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Alex Rodriquez for David Wright Trade

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SACREMENTO, CA – It took us until yesterday to learn (we previously didn’t care) why California is referred to as The Golden State. It’s because it’s bone dry and the grass turns yellow as a result – unless you’re violating a seemingly unenforced city ordinance/moral obligation that is promoted with “If it’s yellow, let it […]

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Switch Pitcher? Charley Finley, Bill Veeck and Caitlyn Jenner are Smiling

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OAKLAND, CA – While we cover for the 2nd day in a row for an over-served African American pundit gone AWOL – this time it’s Ghanian-American drunkard, Junoir Blaber – we couldn’t help but manage a smile at the news out of O.co Coliseum (A’s get a “F” for naming rights) about Pat Venditte, the […]

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VIDEO: Memorial Day Weekend and Miracle Mets. Rod Gaspar Relives 1969

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NEW YORK, NY – It all started at the Polo Grounds in 1962 and after just 7 years, the Miracle Mets gave New York City baseball fans the until thrill – a World Series championship. “Whooeee!” was their collective cry and with good reason; a stellar young pitching staff and a top Manager in Gil […]

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