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#BizarreSells: Slick Oilers, Super Bowl Sam Darnold, Joe Girardi

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EDMONTON, ALBERTA – Sure, one could argue that choosing a hot NHL team five minutes into their season over an epic MLB playoffs tilt as the lead story is a bit bizarre but hey, #BizarreSells. Following that formula, here are today’s topics: Slick Oilers, Super Bowl Sam Darnold, Joe Girardi. SLICK OILERS – Don’t tell […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Back to School and Back to Football

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BRONX, NY – Today is September 4th. I’m not gonna hit you with one of those “where did summer go?” platitudes, because I kinda know where it went. Here’s a general recap. School’s out!, Women’s World Cup, Swimming, More swimming, Rum drink, Rum drink, Rum drink, Pete Alonso!, Travel, Travel, Travel, Mets suck, Damn Yankees, […]

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Sports Beer Talk: Phils Phlopping, Robbie Cano, Bryce Harper, Todd Frazier

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PHILTHYDELPHIA, PA – As The Boys of Summer set to sprint to the finish (not you, Robbie Cano), bolstered or inspired by an influx of interlopers/call-ups ready to take jobs away, three players stand out as instrumental in their respective team’s fate. And after a few dozen beers in the past [fill in a number] […]

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The Hunt for Mets October: 5 Ways Fans Can Hurt The Opposition

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NEW YORK, NY – Desperate times call for desperate measures… Necessity is the mother of all invention… All options are on the table… Any and all of these cliches apply to The Hunt for Mets October (TM), and us fans need not feel completely helpless. We can do something more than simply watch Todd Frazier […]

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MLB Wild Card Hunt: Manager Moves, Joe Girardi, Wally Backman, Mickey Callaway, Custer and Revere?

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CHELSEA, NYC – Working on the set of a popular major network cop show last night as a Special Effects guy making smoke and wetting down W27th Street, made keeping up with the MLB Wild Card hunt a tad difficult. And as a charter chugger of the Jonestown-like Kool-Aid us weak-willed Mets fans gulp at […]

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Mariano Rivera Greatest Ever, But Human

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – Not that I would know, but to be so extremely good at something is really somewhat boring. There are those rare athletes that are almost always going to come out on top in competition and one of those was Mariano Rivera, who was inducted as the first unanimous selection into the National […]

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Second Half Mets, No Penalty for Hill, More #USWNT

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – I gotta find more hours in the day. This writing work takes forever and always drags out. Anyway, enough of this chit chat, lets get to the reason why you are all here. Today’s topics will are: Second Half Mets, No Penalty for Hill & More USWNT. Second Half Mets: […]

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Blockbuster Blackout MLB Trades You May Not Know Of

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NEW YORK, NY – For those of you just stirring from a coma or hiding in a fallout shelter, there was a Big Apple blackout last night. And boy did things get a little crazy. Many were doing their best Snake Plissken impersonation, as traffic signals made any Escape From New York simultaneously necessary, yet […]

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Major League Baseball Second Half Starts With Trades Looming

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“This could be the end of the Mets core pitching staff …” –Different Matt NEW YORK, NY – With the All-Star Game in the rear-view mirror, most of baseball will begin their trudge towards the finish line today, as the second half of the season gets underway. The Yankees and Mets went into the break […]

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Why Are The Mets MLB’s Biggest Bullpen Losers?

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – Losing. It sucks no matter what you’re competing in. I know a lot about losing as my Boston Bruins sh!t the bed Wednesday night at home in a Game 7 for all the marbles. In the process of losing the Stanley Cup, despite Boston being recently labeled as the City of Champions, […]

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