Tag: Aaron Judge

Angry Ward Wednesday: Don’t Worry, The Yankees Still Suck

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BRONX, NY – My good friend Emily delivered a terrific sermon last Sunday about love, which she was nice enough to share with me. Among her many spot-on observations was one concerning how failing at something often gives us humans a more complete perspective on whatever that thing might be. For whatever reason, I immediately thought […]

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Rivalry That Will Never Die: Yankees Vs Red Sox. Giancarlo Stanton Front and Center

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SPANISH HARLEM – At the end of a baseball game on Tuesday night, the Yankees were totally dominated by a Boston Red Sox team that continued their best start in history. Questions remain about the Yank’s bullpen, about Giancarlo Stanton and still other things. It’s still early but this version of the Bronx Bombers needed […]

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Mets and Yanks Off to Good Starts, MLB Should Shorten the Season

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NEW YORK, NY – The mostly empty stadiums and games cancelled due to snow must mean that it’s early April and baseball is back again. The Mets and Yankees have battled the elements to start off the season strongly. The Amazin’s strong starting pitching and big bats have powered them to a 5-1 start. Cespedes, Bruce, […]

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First Week Of Yankees Baseball With Injuries, Offense and Bullpen Questions

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SPANISH HARLEM – What a week it has been for the New York Yankees so far. Aaron Boone has already made a mistake and it didn’t take long for the fans to turn on Giancarlo Stanton. The Bullpen stinks to high heaven and the big three have had their troubles. Welcome to one week of […]

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Relaxed Ward Wednesday: Unwritten Rules, Unbreakable Records, Pitching Around the Yanks

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PALM BEACH, FL – Enjoying Spring Break with the family down in sunny Florida while friends in NYC are hitting me with a barrage of texts featuring photos of snow. Looks pretty… awful. While I can’t quite match that in the “misery loves company” department, I did have to go to a Walmart the other day, […]

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Big Ben Tuesday: Yankees Preview – How Could it Fall Apart for the 2018 Bronx Bombers?

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The Bronx, NY: Ah, baseball season is finally here. It’s time to breakout the grill and the mankini. I’m pretty fired up for this year’s version of the New York Yankees, but I was fired up for the Giants and Rangers too. We know how that ended. Could it all go wrong from my beloved […]

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FAKE Twitter Questions by FAKE Twitter Fans: Yankees, Knicks, Mets

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SPANISH HARLEM – As a New York City resident/sports fan and the Knicks and Rangers in rebuild mode, the baseball season can’t start fast enough. The Mets and Yankees are only weeks away from Opening Day and will provide many fans with things to talk about. For me as writer, that will mean more things […]

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Yankees Spring Training: Five Things to Watch

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SPANISH HARLEM – Baseball is in the air, Pitchers and Catchers reported for Spring Training this week which means… all is well in my world. Last year was a great year for New York Yankees fans, sure they didn’t win a World Series but they proved that they were ready to take the next step. […]

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My Yankees Lineup and Three Things Eagles Need To Do To Win

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SPANISH HARLEM – This is the first time I have written about the Philadelphia Eagles since  Carson Wentz went down for the count. Right then I knew it was over. All the joy that I felt about the season, all the hope I had… GONE! I felt a little bit of sympathy for Angry Ward […]

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2018 Top Five MLB Questions Answered: Wright, Stanton, Bumgarner, Harper, Longoria

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NEW YORK, NY – The literal and figurative Hot Stoves are working overtime this week, especially in the northeast’s  bomb cyclone areas. With Spring Training but 3 fortnights away, MLB GMs are calling texting (see this) each other with hypothetical deals and promising propositions (Sandy Alderson aside, of course), that have us fans on the […]

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