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People Rally for Kaepernick while Lavar Ball Continues to Make News

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SPANISH HARLEM, NY – I wonder what it feels like to be Colin Kaepernick when criminals are celebrated for making the most of their second chances, yet he’s the pariah. Some fans can’t wait to get their favorite players back from steroid suspension but want this guy nowhere near a football field. It’s crazy to […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Let’s Just Get Rid of the New York Jets

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BRONX, NY – As we head down the summer homestretch, and the Mets continue to take it lying down (and in every other position) like a resigned/disinterested lover (The New York Melanias?), I turn my considerable vitriol towards that festering sack of hippo sh!t known as the New York Jets. Before we get into it, I’d […]

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Big Ben Tuesday: Five Things for Mets’ Fans to do in August

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QUEENS, NY: There’s been a lot of winching in recent days about the difficulty of writing about sports in August. It’s understandable, as much of the complaining is coming from New York Mets’ fans. It’s been a while since the Mets have had meaningful games in October. Or August. And most of them are Jets […]

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Ebs’ NFL Pre-Season Thoughts: Jets QBs, Broncos QBs, Zeke Elliot, Christian McCaffery

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WILKES-BARRE, PA – Folks, preseason football is finally here. While most of you might not care until the real stuff rolls around next month, the next four weeks are extremely important. Not only do they shine light on position battles, but they give fans insight to their favorite team’s depth. Because let’s be honest, this […]

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NFL HoF, Alex Rodriguez, Yankees Not Sucking, Roger Goodell, Jerry Jones, Red Zone

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MARLBORO, NY – It’s the beginning of August, so that means one thing and one thing only… sports sucks! Little League World Series games can’t get here fast enough for myself and the portion of New York baseball fans who root for the pathetic bunch from Queens. As a matter of fact, the summer has […]

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A Bronx Tale II: The Return of The Sanchize – Yankees Version

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BRONX, NY – Despite the everything-is-peachy-keen portrait the likes of Buddy Diaz, Ben Whitney, Different Matt and DJ Eberle have been painting about their beloved New York Yankees, things might not be as rosy as this triumvirate of Cashman Kool-Aid drinkers might lead you to believe. In fact, Joe Girardi may now fully understand what […]

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Bad Fielding MLB Pitchers To Blame For Concussions? Cam James Reports

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DENVER, CO – Recently, my good colleague Cheesy Bruin opened a post talking about player safety after last week’s incident during the Cardinals game wherein Robbie Ray got plunked in the head by a serious line drive off the bat of Luke Voit.  Cheesy proposed that technology can fix this. I cry foul. Technology hasn’t […]

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A Retrospective Look at the Yankees Trade Deadline Deals

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SPANISH HARLEM, NY – I’m sure you may be tired of reading about the MLB Trading Deadline but what kind of fan would I be if I didn’t chime in about the moves the Yankees made these past 7 days. Brian Cashman once again acquired talent without giving in to ridiculous demands yet a lot […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Trades Destinations, CTE, Tim Tebow and… um… CTE?

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BRONX, NY –  Hey, everyone! Whaddaya say? Let’s get on out there and make today the best Wednesday August 2nd it can possibly be! Barring that, let’s waste some time at work reading and (hopefully) commenting on yet another Pulitzer-worthy “effort” in the category of “Not-for-Profit Pundit.” And awayyyyy we go! MLB Trading Deadline. On […]

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Big Ben Tuesday; What’s Ill and What’s Chill

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New Paltz, NY: My college frat had a newsletter called the Dirt Rag, where a regular feature was What’s Ill and What’s Chill? Things that were “ill” usually included things like cops breaking up keg parties and “chill” things would be a new crop of killer weed in town. Deep stuff. Anyway, I’m co-opting the idea. […]

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