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Why Are The Mets MLB’s Biggest Bullpen Losers?

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – Losing. It sucks no matter what you’re competing in. I know a lot about losing as my Boston Bruins sh!t the bed Wednesday night at home in a Game 7 for all the marbles. In the process of losing the Stanley Cup, despite Boston being recently labeled as the City of Champions, […]

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My Sports Sunday: Minor Yankees Sweep [VERY] Minor Mets, Stanley Cup Finals

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – You all remember going back to school after summer vacation and the first assignment was usually a writing assignment called “What I Did On My Summer Vacation?” Today, I’m penning a condensed version detailing, “My Sports Sunday.” The day started early with a group bus trip to PNC Field in Scranton, PA. […]

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Stanley Cup Finals Momentum: Where Does It Swing Tonight? The Old Mo…

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – There are momentum swings in all sports. In baseball it’s said that momentum is only as strong as that day’s starting pitcher. Basketball is a game of ebbs and flows or as we know them, “runs.” Big Mo in football is usually swung in one direction as a result of an extraordinary […]

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City of Champions: No Love For The Boston Bruins

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – I certainly don’t mean to trivialize what today is and what it means in this country. Memorial Day is a tribute to all the military men and women who paid the ultimate sacrifice in defending the USA. Sure, as a soldier you know what you sign up for but it takes a […]

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The Defeated: Hurricanes, Trailblazers & Mets

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – Over the years when a seasoned sports fan watches enough games on the telly he/she can sense a defeated team in a matter of moments. Since Thursday night I have spotted the doom and gloom set in on teams during the NHL and NBA Conference Finals and a casual early season baseball […]

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Ron Darling, Jim Kelly, Lance Armstrong: Understanding Athletes. Understanding Cancer

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – It was recently announced that former New York Mets pitcher and current team broadcaster Ron Darling has thyroid cancer. From what I know, this form of cancer has a very high success rate. But what concerns me for Darling is the removal of a mass in his chest. Whatever the situation he […]

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Baseball Crisis In America. MLB Armageddon Looming.

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – It has been referred to as America’s Pastime but baseball is no longer the most popular sport in this country. When you see hoards and throngs of people lining the streets of Nashville, Tennessee over the nauseating three-day event called the NFL Draft and combine this with all the empty seats across […]

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NHL Playoffs Hockey Resurrection, Game 7 Hopes, Superstitions, Maple Leafs vs Bruins

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – The Walking Boss of this site talked yesterday of sports resurrections. I’m adding my beloved Boston Bruins of this year’s NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs to the list. The B’s looked like they were dead to rites in a Game 5 loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs so much that I didn’t expect […]

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NHL Playoffs: Bourbon, Cross-Checks, Beards, Babes and Blood

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – As many of you know, bourbon is my drink of choice and hockey is my drug of choice. I overdosed on both yesterday as I watched the NHL Playoffs  from three in the afternoon until early Sunday morning. As I watched the best sport on the planet I came away with a […]

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Going To California. Sports World’s Biggest Flakes

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – Having just moved last week, it dawned on me that there have been some changes in locales in sports history that just left me a little befuddled. All of the confusion centers around the Golden State of California and the perpetual movement of sports teams that proves the overall flaky nature of […]

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