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Sports Rain Man: Woody Johnson, Jamal Adams Trade, and Mets Opening Weekend

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – Happy Monday…Another last Sunday night going into early Monday morning and I am here writing my article. I had most of the stuff in my head by Friday night but try as I might, I just couldn’t squeeze out time to write it until now. So the topics for today […]

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Top 3 Questions for New York Yankees Fans as Baseball Resumes

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SPANISH HARLEM – Yesterday marked the first day baseball players were able to begin the second part of what is normally called Spring Training. I’m sure guys were working out and getting their pitching or hitting in before but now it will be more accustomed to what they are used to. Teams will have most […]

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Monday Morning QB: Mets Spring Training, NFL Combine, NCAA Tourney

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS –  Hello everybody!! I thought Matt would clean up the mess of an article that I wrote but apparently he is out in Los Angeles. I am not sure if he is visiting West Coast Craig, buying weed to help with his back pain or actually working. Either way, I had […]

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Slow Sunday Sports Musings

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – If it’s even possible, I’m feeling less motivated than usual. It pains me to think of something to write about while watching the Bruins-Isles matinee, so I’m just going to ramble about a few things. Last night’s fractured foot will keep the New York Rangers from qualifying for the NHL postseason. This […]

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Replacement Friday: The Worst Week in Sports

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MUTTONTOWN, RI – Happy Friday to you my friends. I have been racking my head for days and I’ve come up with very little to talk about. Why? Because this is possibly The Worst Week in Sports. There is literally nothing of note going on at all. I mean, people are talking about a heavyweight […]

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Merry and Happy Everything All

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NEW YORK, NY – As the MTM Staff exhales for the Holidays today, we just wanted to take a minute and THANK YOU for your support. Happy Hanukah and Merry Christmas.  

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Knicks Weekly: The Main Reason to Watch the Knicks

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SPANISH HARLEM – The New York Knicks have started out 1-4, with a lost last night that was difficult to watch. Nobody shot the ball particularly well and though they were in the game late, the Orlando Magic made their open shots count. While you ask, “why should anyone watch the Knicks?”, I answer that […]

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NFL Trade Deadline, GM Tirades, Is Buffalo In NY?

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS –  Another beautiful week is in the books. This means I am up and there is not much to touch on. I will skip the World Series cause I really haven’t been paying attention. The NBA season just started so we have like 9 month before the games matter. Hockey can […]

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Replacement Matt Friday: Be Bold Brodie, The Breadman Commeth. Sports Pr!cks

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WEST BROOKLYN, NJ – Good morning! Hope everyone is enjoying the Chinese Hoax of temps in the Dubai range to the Pacific Northwest in a matter of minutes. Well, the MLB regular season is over and the New York Metropolitans are now in search of a new manager, after wisely dumping the-in-way-over-his-head Mickey Callaway.   […]

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Replaceable Friday: Existential Mets Philosophy. Preseason NFL Ruminations

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FLUSHING, QUEENS: To believe or not to believe that is the question Met fans? Do we go with Tug McGraw’s “Ya Gotta Believe” is it “Once Bitten Twice Shy?” Ironically that was written by the band Great White before they burned on stage in a bizarre pyrotechnics mishap. Will the Metropolitans face a similar fate? […]

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