Tag: 1986 Mets

Angry Ward Wednesday: Todd Frazier is Back on the Mets, So You Can Kill Me Now

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BRONX, NY – The New York Mets’ 2020 season officially, and mercifully, ended on Monday when Jacob deGrom proved less-than-superhuman by taking his first loss of the season to the Marlins. But the bigger indicator that you can put a fork in Flushing baseball was a seemingly desperate and undeniably pathetic flurry of moves at […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Mets Flying, Knicks not Dying, and NFL Has Me Crying

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BRONX, NY – Your long national nightmare is over. After a one-week hiatus, Angry Ward Wednesday is back! This week I’m gonna try (*TRY!*) to stay positive among all of the negative… never an easy task for me. On top of this, I am eating a salad while penning this post, which is a way scarier […]

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Sharks Eating Penguins, Hot Sports Babes, Thor-Gate, Yanks Stank, Praying In Rome

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First off… We may send @TheTallMatt back to Rome to pray for Chase Utley. SAN JOSE, CA – The San Jose Sharks versus Pittsburgh Penguins for the Stanley Cup. Kind of like an ice-cold facecloth on a 100 degree day, because it’s refreshing not having to see the likes of the Blackhawks or Kings representing […]

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1986 Mets 30th Anniversary: On Camera w Howard Johnson and Son Glen

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ROCKLAND COUNTY, NY – With the 1986 World Champion Mets – and their Amazin’ fans – celebrating the 30th Anniversary of that Marvelous (say it like Bob Murphy), we had the opportunity to speak with one of their key players, Howard Johnson, and his son Glen. Is a Hojo comeback in the cards? Will Glen […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Sporty Holidays to You, OJ, Murphy, 1986 Mets, Rams

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BRONX, NY – Oh man, Hanukkah is already in the books and we’re only 10 days away from Christmas. Where does the time go? As I like to tell people, I used to view National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation as a comedy, but as the years have passed I now see it as a searing family […]

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