Tag: Boston Red Sox

Big Ben: A Way Too Early, MLB Hot Stove Look At 2019 NY Yankees Roster

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THE VOID, USA – We’re deep in the sports void between the Super Bowl and spring training. And with the weather flopping around like Trump’s weave in windstorm, this year has been particularly sh!tacular. Let’s pass the time with a MLB Hot Stove look at the potential 2019 Opening Day New York Yankees roster. Assuming […]

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MLB Hot Stove: What Are The Yankees Waiting For? Manny Machado, Bryce Harper

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SPANISH HARLEM – I could write about the Philadelphia Eagles and how winnable that game was. I won’t do that because it will only drive me crazy. Instead, I will bring up something else that bothers me… For years now, this offseason has been linked to Manny Machado and Bryce Harper. And for good reason, […]

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Big Ben Christmas Special: Debunking Myths – Saquon, Yankees Pitching

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Bethlehem; Happy Christmas to you and yours. Well, ‘tis the season. Yeah, of lies. It’s the most wonderful time of the year! A diabetic fat man climbed down every chimney in the world in one night! You do know the date of December 25th was chosen to ease the transition to Christianity, right? Anyway, in […]

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Hot Stove Heats Up, MLB Winter Meetings, Patrick Corbin Spurns Yankees

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SPANISH HARLEM – The Winter Meetings are up and running and the New York Yankees hope to get their pitching staff situated before the best options come off the board. Last week, Patrick Corbin spurned the Yankees to sign with the Washington Nationals. The cost: 6 years and 140 million. While the organization tried to […]

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Big Ben Tuesday – Angry NFL Grumblings: Controversial Plays from NFL Week 8, a Chaperone Service for NFL Athletes

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Stamford, CT: Sooooo, the Giants are garbage, the Red Sox just won another World Series and sang New York New York in the clubhouse, and the Rangers rebuild is a long way from bearing fruit. I may quit watching sports. How about some NFL Week 8 Observations? Let’s get this over with. Appreciation In one […]

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Big Ben Whitney: NFL Knee-Jerks, Chiefs vs Patriots Shootout in Classy “Foxborough”

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FOXBOROUGH, MA – I am hoping Management will let me write a few extra posts this week, so I can put as many words as possible between my name and last week’s Giants’ Optimism turd sandwich. Can we agree to never mention it again? Thanks. Otherwise, it was a pretty exciting NFL week 6, highlighted […]

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McGregor-Khabib, Yankees Tie the Series and Eagles Lose to the Vikings

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SPANISH HARLEM – It was a really great sports weekend with the MLB Playoffs underway, a big UFC fight and of course, some football. The Philadelphia Eagles lost but the Yankees won a game in Boston to bring the series back to the Bronx with a chance to extend their lead. If you were like […]

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New Look NY Rangers, MLB Playoffs And Another Olympic Sex Schedule

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – Up late typing again. My daytime give got out early so I didn’t get the chance to bang this one out while on their clock.  This week there wasn’t much to talk about but I found a few gems. Here is today’s menu: New Look NY Rangers, MLB Playoffs And […]

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Big Ben Whitney: Yankees Break the Long Ball Record, Andujar MVP over Ohtani

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BRONX, NJ – It was a satisfying final regular season weekend in Boston, as the New York Yankees locked up home field in the wildcard game, got to 100 wins, and broke the single season team HR record. Giancarlo Stanton got to 100 RBIs and Miguel Andujar broke Joe DiMaggio’s rookie doubles record. Even though they […]

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Eagles, Bengals, Tennessee Titans and Who Should Start Wild Card for Yankees vs Oakland

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SPANISH HARLEM – My Philadelphia Eagles lost a tough game against the Tennessee Titans in overtime yesterday when Marcus Mariota lobbed a pass into the end zone to Clay Davis with 13 seconds left in the game. That’s when the harsh reality hit me that I would have to a write a Monday column with […]

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