Tag: Braves

Way, Way, Way Too Early Hall of Fame Argument: Shohei Ohtani

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DENVER, CO – This morning, my suddenly unemployed self found the time to watch the Testosterone Soap Opera that is ESPN.  The level to which that network has sunk is an article in and of itself, but the takeaway for me this morning was that no postulation, however absurd, is out of the question in […]

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Big Ben Tuesday: Yankee Doodle Gloating

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BRONX, NY – We’re into May and the New York Yankees steamroller has gotten into gear, winning 15 of their last 16 games. Coming off a 6-1 road trip where they flattened the World Series favorites in the A.L., things are looking up for the Bombers. It’s feels like the time is right for some gloating. Oh […]

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Grinding Ax Edition: March Madness, Korean Olympics, Browns, Trump

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NORTH PYONGYANG –  March Madness takes on a whole new meaning today as President Donald Trumps even the NCAA Tournament. The bidding for cable rights will be intense as The Apprentice Korean Edition will soon be filming at a place to be determined. Little Rocket Man Kim Jong Un v Donald Trump is sure to be the HUGEST Summit Ever!  News of this diplomatic contest sent […]

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Sports Rain Man: USA’s Low Medal Count, Jason Vargas To Mets, Frank Reich To Colts

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – It is amazing how despite not caring for the NFL or Winter Olympics, you are forced to mention them when you write a weekly sports article. Especially this time of the year, because there is not much to talk about. Sure, I could talk about Rugby or the upcoming MLS season […]

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Grinding Ax Edition: Eli’s Coming! Roger Goodell Wins Lottery

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MONMOUTH COUNTY, NJ –  Eli’s Comin’… Eli’s Comin’… Eli’s Comin’… Well Cowboys fans, you better hide your heart, your cowboy lovin’ heart… Eli’s Comin’ and the cards say… A Broken Heart!  It has been a Very Tense season for the Giants and Eli Manning. Who would ever have thought that the team with the NFC’s most stingy defense last season […]

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Ebs’ Hot Takes: New York Giants, New York Jets, Baker Mayfield, Cleveland Cavaliers

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WEST PITTSTON, PA – Who would have thought that through nine weeks the New York Jets and New York Giants would be going in opposites directions. Well, maybe we all thought they’d be going in opposite directions but not this way. The Giants just got embarrassed by the Los Angeles Rams while the Jets got […]

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Yankees Panic: Wacky List of Joe Girardi Replacements, Roger, Goose, Hillman, Deion, Keith

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DENVER, CO – From the moment I heard The Cashman cashed out Joe G, all I could thing about were the litany of suitable replacements on the market.  There are former player options (Jay Bell, David Cone), current coach options (Al Pedrique, Rob Thompson), coaches from other teams (John Farrell, Mike Matheny) and maybe even […]

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Yankees Win the Wildcard

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Spanish Harlem, NY – What a night of baseball it was for Yankee fans on Tuesday! On a night when Luis Severino couldn’t get out of the first inning, the Baby Bombers still found a way to win. There is no more talk of how the Yankees needed to win this game to have a […]

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MLB Baseball: Why We Will Wait Till Next Year, Again… Matt Harvey, Giancarlo Stanton

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NEW YORK, NY – Let’s face it, we’re all addicts. If you’ve seen the somewhat redundant headline and continued on to read this, you have a MLB Baseball problem. Lord knows, this writer does. It takes its form and makes insidious self visible in the form of Orange & Blue. Only a handful of teams […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Protests, Invites, My 1st MLB Baseball Game of the Season

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BRONX, NY – As the “Angry Ward Wednesdays” dwindle down to a precious few (more on this in a week or so), I’ll try to keep today’s offering short and to the point. Keep Your Eye on the Ball. One of the oldest maxims in sports is, “keep your eye on the ball.” And I can’t help […]

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