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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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Labor Day Weekend Ends Miserable Sports Summer, Starts NHL, MLB Playoffs, Kershaw Flop

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DENVER, CO – It’s Labor Day Weekend and that means summer is coming to a close.  Frankly, I can’t wait for it to be over… from a sports perspective.  For the past three months, the majority of the over-worked, underpaid, over-sauced MTM cohorts have been scrambling to put pen to paper with nothing more to […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Aaron Judge, Matt Harvey and other MLBers Needing Real Nicknames

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PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL – I’m on friggin’ vacation and there’s been a lot going on, almost none of it good. You know the storylines, so I won’t bother rehashing them. All I know is, I have no intention of dying south of the Mason/Dixon line. THAT. IS. OUT. I think 75% of the reason that […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Trades Destinations, CTE, Tim Tebow and… um… CTE?

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BRONX, NY –  Hey, everyone! Whaddaya say? Let’s get on out there and make today the best Wednesday August 2nd it can possibly be! Barring that, let’s waste some time at work reading and (hopefully) commenting on yet another Pulitzer-worthy “effort” in the category of “Not-for-Profit Pundit.” And awayyyyy we go! MLB Trading Deadline. On […]

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Big Ben’s Home Run Derby Special: Aaron Judge Wins, Barely Breaking a Sweat

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MIAMI BEACH, FL – It’s everyone’s favorite sports hiatus, the MLB All-Star Break. I made a point to watch the Home Run Derby this year to see Aaron Judge in action. And, Ladies and Gentlemen of the jury, he did not disappoint. In other news… I learned how to embed Tweets. I now can totally […]

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Ebs’ NBA Playoffs Hot Takes: Boston Celtics, Los Angeles Clippers, Cleveland Cavaliers

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WILKES-BARRE, PA – Game 1 of each of the eight opening round NBA playoff series are in the books. And to be honest, I think a few things shocked most people. Who would of thought the Milwaukee Bucks would take Game 1 in Toronto? Not me. But with that being said, it’s time to do […]

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What?! More World Baseball Classic Stuff?! Japan Techies, Puerto Rico Flash, Yadier vs Willie

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SUNSET BOULEVARD – Hi folks, I’ve been enjoying my semi-retirement but was given reason to dust off my old MTM press credentials this week and head down to Chavez Ravine.  Yes, it’s WCC at the WBC again, despite Buddy’s great recap yesterday. Indulge me as I stretch these old writing muscles on another World Baseball Classic […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Gene Wilder Sports Tribute? Sure, Why Not?

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BRONX, NY – This past Monday we lost yet another bright light from our planet when the great Gene Wilder exited stage right. This was, of course, on the heels of losing our own funnyman, Al Sternberg. I think most will agree that 2016 has been absolutely brutal. But, for once, I’m not gonna dwell on […]

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