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Red Hot Mets Romp At Wrigley But Pete Alonso Is Story

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NEW YORK, NY – With the sizzle back in the step of the blazing New York Mets, there is little else to discuss, really. Sure, David Ortiz is out of intensive care, the latest Texan iteration of Juan Gonzalez hit a 505 foot bomb, but coming off a 2-game declawing of the midwest bears called […]

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MLB Sovereignty and Soccer Cups

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – The end of the week makes it tough to figure out topics. Most are already written and so you have to scrap a bit for a topic. I could talk about the Knicks drafting RJ Barrett but really we all saw that coming and it should be no surprise. So […]

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NBA Draft Recap, NHL Draft Preview, Mets Exhume Body of New Pitching Coach

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OUTER RING, SATURN – So the USWNT won again, moving to the knockout round undefeated and now Angry Ward gets his wish to see them in Paris. You see wishes really do come true! With this spirit of optimism I will recap the excitement of today’s sports headlines. The NBA draft will be done by […]

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More NBA, More Draft, More Free Agency Talk, More of Same Knicks?

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SPANISH HARLEM – If you come out to these neck of the woods, you know what your getting. No one is hiding and certainly no one is going to hold back. Today we talk some Knicks, I could talk about the Yankees for days, they are getting healthy and playing some of the best ball […]

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Big Ben: Die Hard Proves NHL Superior to MLB

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STAMFORD, CT – As superfan Laila kissed the Cup during the Blues’ championship celebration, a tear rolled down my face. This was the first tear I’ve shed since I was six, when my dog Dozer was hit by a car. It was a heartwarming moment. (Laila, not Dozer.) As we move past eventful NBA and […]

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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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First Time Champions, Kawhi Leonard and Kevin Durant

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – I set up late last night to type this piece and totally fell asleep. So I got up early this morning to write up a piece. Fresh of the presses,  today’s piece will be a scatter shot of news that has occurred during the week. The topics?  First Time Champions, […]

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Bobby Orr Be Damned: St. Louis Blues Finally Win It All.

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NEW YORK, NY – The St. Louis Blues finally hoisted Lord Stanley’s Cup. They did so with a convincing Game 7 win over the Boston Bruins. With two goals in the first period, the Blues were well on their way. St. Loo added two more in the third before the Bruins pulled one back. By […]

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The Kevin Durant Fallout and What The Knicks Should/Could Do

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SPANISH HARLEM – Kevin Durant officially announced on Instagram what many believed to be true, he ruptured his Achilles and underwent surgery. Now begins the long road back but not without some interesting circumstances. With free agency only weeks away, the question remains on what he will do. He can enter the market and hope […]

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Blue(s) Blooded Victory! Laila Anderson and Lord Stanley to St. Louis

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BOSTON MA – For those of you unfortunate enough to not know who I am, I was at one point a regular contributor to this fine establishment.  To the rest of you… Cheesy Bruin – much respect. MTM Management – you should have shut down my login years ago.  Angry Ward – May your sense […]

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