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Tingling Finger: Mets Quiver With Familia Feeling, Dark Knight Crumbles, Cardinals Fan Is Judge For Jeurys

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Precipice – a very steep rock face or cliff, typically a tall one.  Roman adage – “add insult to injury.”  DENVER, CO – I serve you all with this word, as this is the most fitting palabra that I can think of for the Mets season. I server you with this adage as its origin […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: The Rangers In Danger, Matt Harvey Mess, Possible NBA Fix

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BRONX, NY – Running short on time today. Got zero in the tank and one 12 oz bottle’s worth of liquid comedy to get me through this. Even though I’m not (ever) getting paid for this, and I’d rather beg off on this week’s post, I feel compelled to show up and do what’s expected of […]

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A Renaissance Unlike Any Other: Crazy Cardinals Fan Snaps, Weed at Rockies Games, Vonn Nude

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“In this defunct microcosm, eerily similar to the DPRK, the Broncos are the army and John Elway is the peoples’ Dear Leader.” –Cam James MILE HIGH CLUB, CO – When I was just a young boy, I had a baseball coach who liked to use metaphors to explain life lessons.  Generally these lessons were often […]

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NHL Playoffs: Referees Gone Bad, Canadiens Conspiracy? Rangers Win

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MARLBORO, NY – Do you remember way back to your childhood at the exact time when you thought professional wrestling was real? You were upset that the good guy was being beaten by some illegal form of chicanery by the villain, who was hiding a pair of brass knuckles – or the like  – from the […]

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Grinding Ax Walter Hynes: Rick Nash, Eli Manning Are Frauds

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“Rick Nash has not convinced me that he has the gumption to push the Rangers offense over the finish line.“ -Grinding Ax Walter Hynes PENN STATION, NY –  As I celebrate Year Fifty as a Blueshirts fan, I anguish over the history of this franchise. The numbers suggest that this quinquagenarian may not see another Stanley Cup raised at the Worlds Most Famous Arena!   Who […]

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Patriots Games, Trump Pix, Aaron Hernandez, Ray Lewis, Ray Rice, Fenway vs Wrigley

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BOSTON, MA – Here in Boston, there is a definitely a good vibe when it comes to talking sports. And really, why wouldn’t there be? Their beloved New England Patriots are stealing national headlines during the first month of the Major League Baseball season and the blood, guts and beards of the NHL playoffs. First […]

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Yankees Keep Winning, Not Just a Rebuild

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SPANISH HARLEM, NY – The New York Yankees have been on fire. After starting the season 2-4, the Yanks have been on a roll, winning 8 games before finally losing on Tuesday to the Chicago White Sox… I thought this team would be streaky, but I didn’t think they would get this hot. What’s so odd […]

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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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NHL Playoffs: Montreal Dirtbags, Nick Holden, Jake Allen

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MARLBORO, NY -The NHL Playoffs are something I just can’t enough of–even with the NBC family of networks giving us wall-to-wall coverage of every game of every series. On a nightly basis I watch roughly six hours of hockey a night and yesterday was a 9-hour marathon, so today I’ll report on two of the more […]

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NHL Playoffs: Road Warrior NY Rangers Draw First Blood. Plus Hot Hockey Fans

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NEW YORK, NY – It’s finally here. The regular season is over and the NHL playoffs started Wednesday night and the New York Rangers got off to a flying start. The Blueshirts shut out Les Habitants in a raucous Bell Centre (Canadian Spelling) to take a 1-0 series lead. It wasn’t the best game the […]

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