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Annoyed Ward Saturday: Let’s Talk Some Frogging Sports!

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BRONX, NY – You know what I dislike more than having to write a Wednesday column on a Tuesday night after a full day of work and picking my kid up from school and making dinner and getting her to bed and walking the dog and putting out the trash? It’s coming to this site on […]

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With “What Ifs” Aplenty for Melancholy MLB Fans, Here’s Yo La Tengo; Best Baseball Story Ever?

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NEW YORK, NY – Whilst the Major League Baseball season is over for many fans – in the sense that their team is golfing, cleaning gutters or tanning on some hurricane-friendly beach, we are still under its grip… We’re not ready to stop playing Tap Baseball on our phones. Not ready to end the the […]

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MLB and NHL Sports Hell: Yankees and Rangers Both Lose Openers

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NEW YORK, NY – Last night was a rough one for both the Yankees and NY Rangers. The Bombers were overpowered by a fresh and hungry Indians squad. The Rangers overpowered the Colorado Avalanche… and still managed to lose. It was a night of MLB and NHL Sports Hell. The Yankees couldn’t touch Trevor Bauer. […]

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Yankees Win the Wildcard

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Spanish Harlem, NY – What a night of baseball it was for Yankee fans on Tuesday! On a night when Luis Severino couldn’t get out of the first inning, the Baby Bombers still found a way to win. There is no more talk of how the Yankees needed to win this game to have a […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Tom Petty Sports Tribute

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BRONX, NY – As I sit here tapping this out on a Tuesday evening, just a little over an hour from Wild Card baseball action – Yankees won,  I’m taking a deep breath. It’s been quite a few days of lousy news. More hurricane destruction, more gun insanity in Vegas, and, to add insult to […]

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Big Ben Tuesday – The Incredible Season of Aaron Judge, the AL MVP

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The Bronx, NY: What a depressing week – Vegas, Puerto Rico, Tom Petty, and President Whinybitch. Instead of jamming screwdrivers into my ears, I’ve decided to go to my happy place. At present, that happy place is in the person of one Aaron James Judge. The big man has had a truly remarkable season. But […]

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A Tale of Two Cities: Todd BOWLES-ing for SOUPer Bowls and Ben McAdoo-doo.

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Ladies & Germs: Under center for DJ Eberle today, Cam James! NYC via DENVER, CO – What the Dickens is happening in the swampy area west of NYC?  Short story shorter: Jets 2-2… G-Men 0-4.  Short story longer: If you told me – an indifferent 3rd party – that the Giants with ODB, a secondary that […]

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NFL Week 4: Cheesy Bruin’s Free NFL Picks, Jets, Giants and Elliott’s Last Game?

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MARLBORO, NY – The New York football experience took an unexpected turn last week when the Jets won a game before their city counterparts. This week, the Jets look to make it a two-game winning streak, the Giants try to avoid a four-game losing skid, and the Buffalo Bills build a successful season fresh off […]

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MLB Baseball: Why We Will Wait Till Next Year, Again… Matt Harvey, Giancarlo Stanton

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NEW YORK, NY – Let’s face it, we’re all addicts. If you’ve seen the somewhat redundant headline and continued on to read this, you have a MLB Baseball problem. Lord knows, this writer does. It takes its form and makes insidious self visible in the form of Orange & Blue. Only a handful of teams […]

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Why People Protest, NY Rangers Roster Moves, NBA Eastern Conference

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS  – Because the Rugbywrapup.com show is taking off, the calls for pinch hitting is getting later and later. However, I am still able to answer the call, but as a result there is far less time for the fluff. The usual formula is a Song of the Week before we get […]

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