Tag: Albert Pujols

MLB Sovereignty and Soccer Cups

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – The end of the week makes it tough to figure out topics. Most are already written and so you have to scrap a bit for a topic. I could talk about the Knicks drafting RJ Barrett but really we all saw that coming and it should be no surprise. So […]

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Pujol’s 2000th RBI, Bubba Wallace and the Fan Favorite Players

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS –  It was fitting that the text I got from Short Matt was picture of Kim Jong-Un, waiting eagerly for something. Short Matt runs this place similar to a Korean work camp with no food – no pay and being demanding. He also sent a recommendation for a topic which I […]

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Sorry, But Mets Suck. So Does Crybaby Arte Moreno

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LONG ISLAND, NY – crybaby What am I supposed to do? I’ve been rooting for this wretched team since celebrating the 1969 World Series victory with my big brothers in our apartment in Glen Oaks.  My Dad went to the series clinching game 5 at Shea that afternoon.  I was home in plenty of time […]

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Sports Journalist Down! How Niagara University Rugby Impacts Rangers, Yanks, Mets, Nets

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NIAGARA, NY – We woke this morning to find that Junoir Blaber’s column was not posted. After going through the regular steps when such an occurrence takes place – like seeing if it wasn’t scheduled to publish or there was some issue with WordPress, we put “Writer Down” protocol into place. But alas, our phone […]

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Loss Of A Legend: So Long Stan

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ST. LOUIS, MO – At the risk of sounding like a bitter Yankee fan, 2011 seems like eons ago.  Being a Cardinals fan, the past 15 months since winning the title has been a constant kick in the balls.  First, Prince Albert decided to take his hardware out west where things like that are more […]

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Damn Mayans! Dooms Day Bucket List For Sports Fans

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FLUSHING, NY – Last night I went to the last baseball game I will attend ever – unless the Cards play the Yanks in the World Series.  This season is the first NFL season that will end without a champion.  This year in college football there will be no bowl games.  There will be no […]

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If Pujols Is 32 Then I’m Mickey Rooney

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SANTO DOMINGO, DR – In the past few months athletes like Fausto Carmona (now known as Roberto Hernandez), Wandy Rodriguez (recruited as Eny Cabrera) and even prolific players of late such as Rafael Furcal (outed after a DUI arrest wherein he was supposedly 19 and proved he as 22) and Miguel Tejada (outed as lying about his […]

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LA Sports: Pujolos, Monkey Butt, Dodger Dog Or Magic Johnson?

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BURBANK, CA – Sorry folks, I know the Knicks staved off the inevitable last night, and the Rangers have a pivotal game five with the Stanley Caps tonight, while the Mets and Yanks are both a fairly uninspiring 15-13, though both have reasons for some optimism (Mets take a series from a tough D-bags team, […]

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2012 Baseball Milestones: Not What You’d Expect

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THE RECORD BOOK – More than any other sport, baseball likes to flaunt its history, and rightly so.  Everybody wearing  #42 yesterday may have made things difficult for amateur scorekeepers (Did the Yankees finally clone an entire team of Mariano Riveras?) but it’s a wonderful gesture to a seminal figure in Jackie Robinson, and a […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: This Is Your Last Chance, Baseball!

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NEW YORK, NY – I know that the NFL playoffs are in full swing and literally blotting out every other sporting event under the sun, but I don’t care. The epic New Orleans/San Francisco tilt, the Giants beatdown of The Pack at Lambeau, and Brady’s six tds rescuing Tim Tebow’s virginity from a Ménage à MTM […]

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