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Angry Ward: NBA Free Agency, MLB Trade Deadline and Women’s World Cup

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NEW YORK, NY – It’s getting a little desperate out there in world of sports. The NBA season just ended with a rash of crippling injuries and a title for a team from Canada. The Blues dispatched the Bruins in an entertaining Stanley Cup, but there’s not much left to cover besides who threw up […]

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Blue(s) Blooded Victory! Laila Anderson and Lord Stanley to St. Louis

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BOSTON MA – For those of you unfortunate enough to not know who I am, I was at one point a regular contributor to this fine establishment.  To the rest of you… Cheesy Bruin – much respect. MTM Management – you should have shut down my login years ago.  Angry Ward – May your sense […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: An Open Letter to Tom Brady

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NEW YORK, NY – Before I get into this, I need to clear up one thing. As far as New England Patriots bashing goes, I’ve pretty much been a non-participant all these years. Though I am no Pats fan, I can at least appreciate a team that has been this good for this long, owned by […]

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Stanley Cup Finals Momentum: Where Does It Swing Tonight? The Old Mo…

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – There are momentum swings in all sports. In baseball it’s said that momentum is only as strong as that day’s starting pitcher. Basketball is a game of ebbs and flows or as we know them, “runs.” Big Mo in football is usually swung in one direction as a result of an extraordinary […]

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Replacement Matt: The Folks Behind Homeplate. #MLB Reality Show

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TORNADO, KS – As the viewing screens we absorb sports in grow larger and higher in definition, I find that rather than highlighting the game it instead creates more distractions. Your eye starts to wander to places not part of the action. No where is this more prevalent than in baseball. There is so much […]

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Biggest Sports Lie of the Year, David Wright’s Return, Pro Rugby in NYC

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NEW YORK, NY – As Replacement Matt has his hands full working with Tall Matt and Short Matt (me) on a commercial, he asked one of us to replace him today. And since Tall Matt is like Chuck from Happy Days, it fell on my shoulders to talk about the Biggest Sports Lie of the […]

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Sports Rain Man Rants: Jacob deGrom, Bracketology and #Bagelgate

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS: I am back in upstate New York. I survived my trip to the Bronx, if only just barely. It was great to see the family and do something special, though. But before Big Ben Whitney shows up to protest another one of my introductions, let’s get to the menu for today:  […]

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NL Beast? Bryce Harper, Beefed-Up Phils, Young Braves, Maybe Mets

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WASHINGTON, DC – The irony is that the headline doesn’t represent the team this post originates from, the Washington Nationals… and they are pretty good on paper, too. Do we suddenly have Major League Baseball’s best division in the National League East?! Are we looking at the NL Beast, what with Bryce Harper & his […]

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Angry Ward: March Mundaneness, More Mets Misery and Other Night Terrors

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BRONX, NY – “It is awfully easy to be hard-boiled about everything in the daytime, but at night it is another thing.” So goes the Hemingway line from one of my favorite books, The Sun Also Rises. It’s a good line because it’s true. It’s much easier to deal with things in the in the light of […]

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What’s Ahead? Not Much. Kentucky Derby, Opening Day, Stanley Cup. Meh?

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MARLBORO, NY – Don’t focus on the past. “Think of what’s ahead of you,” is what motivational speakers would like to have us think in leading our lives. When it comes to sports, I’d really rather not think of what’s forthcoming because, quite frankly, it sucks for the most part. Maybe you feel differently but […]

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