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Ambivalent Ward Thursday: Everything Must Go!

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NEW YORK, NY – Shocker! Another no-show on MTM today and I’m filling in. This is getting older than the hot dog buns in Matt McCarthy’s freezer. Like Kramer trying to revive the old Merv Griffin Show, I think we need to retool. Here’s the plan. Banish DJ Eberle to Sunday. The kid barely shows up to […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: The Mets are Going For It and Will Fail Miserably

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BRONX, NY – I really don’t know what to write for this site anymore. If I write about football, I know my brother (who reads but never comments) will check out, because he’s no big football fan. I can’t write about hockey, because we have people on this site that know a whole lot more about […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Hallmark Sports-Themed Christmas Movies

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BRONX, NY – Like it or not, the holidays are upon us like George “The Animal” Steele on a turnbuckle. The minute Thanksgiving ended, it was on like Donkey Kong. Hell… before Thanksgiving ended. We’ve already roared through Black Friday and Cyber Monday and my building’s Super  got the Christmas tree up on Monday like I’ve […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Trading Places vs Planes, Trains and Automobiles. Who Ya Got?

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NEW YORK, NY – Tomorrow is Thanksgiving, which means NO ONE will be reading this column today, which is just a tad fewer than usual. So, if you came here looking for sports… tough darts. I’m gonna instead talk about what I consider the two best movies set on or around Thanksgiving: Trading Places and Planes, Trains, and Automobiles. They’re […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Modern-Day Sports Superheroes and Villains for Stan Lee

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NEW YORK, NY – Marvel Comics mastermind Stan Lee died a couple of days ago at the ripe old age of 95. A good run, by anyone’s standards. He leaves behind a loyal legion of fans and a litany of comic book characters that will live on forever. Though I was never a big comics guy, […]

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Angry Ward Weekly: Ski Lift Sex, Warriors Seats, and Other Stuff I Need Before It’s Too Late

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BRONX, NY – I’m writing this on Monday night, and this will be posting the day after the Midterm Elections, so I’m really not sure that anything in sports really matters enough to mention today. No matter which way last night’s results went, I’m not really psyched about the way the world is trending these […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: The Mets Move, Basketball Goes Sci-Fi, and Golf Goes Bye-Bye – Behold, the Future of Sports!

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BRONX, NY (THE FUTURE) – Holy sh!t, I never thought I’d live to see the day, but the Bronx is THE place to live now. Though I guess us non-science-deniers could have seen some of this coming, what with lower Manhattan turned into a water park and once-hot nabes like Greenpoint and Long Island City […]

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Angry Ward Saturday: What About Junoir?

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BRONX, NY – Where in the wide, wide world of sports is Junoir Blaber this Saturday? This is his spot in the lineup. He can’t be “busy.” He lives in Buffalo fer crissakes! What’s he out stocking up on snow shovels and ramen? I’m not here to pinch hit, I’m here to make sure there’s no […]

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Angry Ward: It’s a Terrible Time to Be a Yankees Fan

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BRONX, NY – I’ll admit, this headline may sound more than a little misleading. I mean, the Yankees DID just win 100 games and lost to maybe the best team in baseball in the divisional round of the playoffs. As people always say (to losers), “nothing to be ashamed of.” Still, I’d say there’s collateral damage. […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Giants, Bosox, Dodgers, Tyreek and other Fall Fodder

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BRONX, NY – Autumn has officially arrived here in the Northeast, and it’s spectacular. As I say to others who reside in and around New York, “THIS, is why we live here.” With cooler temps and the corresponding explosion of leaf color come light jackets, brown liquor sipping, and just spending as much time outdoors as […]

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