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Angry Ward Wednesday: The Mets are Going For It and Will Fail Miserably

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BRONX, NY – I really don’t know what to write for this site anymore. If I write about football, I know my brother (who reads but never comments) will check out, because he’s no big football fan. I can’t write about hockey, because we have people on this site that know a whole lot more about […]

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Rain Man Rants: Redskins Cheerleader Scandal, Matt Harvey, NHL Playoffs

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – This has been a busy but up and down week. Decent weather for a couple of days – for Buffalo – then bad for the last few. With no NFL Draft, there was some silence about what to do here. The sports world though always provide, though, and as such I […]

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2018 Top Five MLB Questions Answered: Wright, Stanton, Bumgarner, Harper, Longoria

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NEW YORK, NY – The literal and figurative Hot Stoves are working overtime this week, especially in the northeast’s  bomb cyclone areas. With Spring Training but 3 fortnights away, MLB GMs are calling texting (see this) each other with hypothetical deals and promising propositions (Sandy Alderson aside, of course), that have us fans on the […]

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Bad Fielding MLB Pitchers To Blame For Concussions? Cam James Reports

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DENVER, CO – Recently, my good colleague Cheesy Bruin opened a post talking about player safety after last week’s incident during the Cardinals game wherein Robbie Ray got plunked in the head by a serious line drive off the bat of Luke Voit.  Cheesy proposed that technology can fix this. I cry foul. Technology hasn’t […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: No Column, But Free Booze! And Power Play Girls

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BRONX, NY – To me, there’s nothing all that compelling to write about. Ben Whitney handled the Mets and Yanks current status earlier today. The NHL playoffs died for me after the Caps/Pens series ended. Seriously, who cares about Nashville, Anaheim or Ottawa? And no one outside of Western Pennsylvania can want to see the Penguins […]

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Baseball P*ssies Jake Arrieta & Joe Maddon: Bryce Harper Ain’t Barry Bonds

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WHITEFISH, MT – My all out effort to knock Genius Joe Maddon down a couple of couple of pegs seems to be losing steam. Particularly after his Cubs just finished a 4-game sweep of the Washington Nationals. At 24-6, the Cubs own baseball’s best record. The White Sox in the very same city, have 22 […]

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Black Friday: Best Blacks in Sports?

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BLACK ROCK, AR – We’re just shaking off the effects of tryptophan-overload, combined with watching boring NFL games played by teams wearing ridiculous uniforms, who are apparently catering to fans in Greece or Italy. Yet, while the soothing roar of the Black River in this sleepy little Arkansas town basking in the shadows of the [Danny] […]

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Daniel Murphy, Landry Jones and Chuck Pagano

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FLUSHING, NY – Lawd Have Murphy! … That was the name of the 1985 Eddie Murphy tour. I got a souvenir t-shirt from the Binghamton Arena show – which I wore out by summer’s end, but now I hope similar t-shirts are being drawn up to celebrate Daniel Murphy (though would he object to the […]

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Blaber’s Blabberings Redeux: Racism and Sports in America

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“My theory is that the black crowd scared away the whites and there are simply not enough affluent black fans to build a significant season ticket base.” – Bruce Levinson, Atlanta Hawks EL BARIO, BRONX – Yes, I am writing back to back. That is because three things happened after yours humbly, Righteous Deacon Blaber, […]

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THE ROAD GOES ON FOREVER AND THE PARTY NEVER ENDS

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by Dr. Diz COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS – It’s wildflower season down here, akin to leaf-peeping up North and we were rolling along on U.S 71 with fields of bluebonnets interspersing the big oaks and pine woods of East Texas. After the bluebonnets fade, then come the Indian paintbrushes, coloring the fields with vibrant strokes of […]

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