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Ebs’ Fantasy Baseball Tips For Success: Part II

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CLIFTON PARK, NY – Like the MLB, the fantasy baseball season has entered the second half as well. And with the fantasy baseball trade deadline a mere two and a half weeks away, I thought I’d do another update on which players you should make a move for, stay away from and a dark horse […]

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Ebs’ Fantasy Baseball Tips For Success and Babes

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WILKES-BARRE, PA – I could have went a lot of ways with this column. The New York Yankees continue to stay red got. The New York Mets do not. I wholeheartedly believe that LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers are going to take the Golden State Warriors to seven games and successfully defend their crown. […]

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Ebs’ Hot Takes: MLB Talk re Yanks, Trout, Mets, A-Rod, Jurickson Profar

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BALLSTON SPA – With the NBA and NHL seasons finally in the rear-view mirror and NFL training camps a couple of months away, all the attention is on Major League Baseball. Finally! That means this week’s Ebs’ Hot Takes are too! Call up Aaron Judge: The Bronx Bombers scored no more than two runs in each […]

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Sports Thank You Notes For 200, Alex

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SLINGERLANDS, NY – If you’ve read my columns in the past, you are probably already aware that I’m a pretty big late night talk show fan. In the past we’ve spoofed Jimmy Fallon’s Pros and Cons and Seth Meyer’s A Couple Things. This time around it’s another Jimmy Fallon hit – Thank You Notes! Enjoy! Thank […]

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Fantasy Baseball Lineup To Stay Away From & DJ Eberle Proves He is Funny

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SOMEWHERE ON THE MASS PIKE – Not only does the month of April mean our beloved Yankees and Mets are back in action, but it also means that fantasy baseball is up and running once again. At this point, most fantasy baseball leagues are three weeks in, which mean’s that some fantasy owner’s may be […]

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Will We See Another MLB 300 Game Winner?

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*SLOUGH, ENGLAND  – After watching Andy Pettitte win his 250 career game Saturday, it makes one wonder if we will ever see another MLB 300 game winner. Pettitte is currently the ripe age of 41 and at this rate, it would probably take another two or three seasons with the Yankees to reach that elusive […]

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TEXAS TWO-STEP: I GOTS BASEBALL JONES

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by Dr. Diz (or is it Ed Diz?) TORRINGTON, CONNECTICUT – Here in the jewel of the Naugatuck Valley, this is when it sets in. Same time every year. The leaves fall. The skies turn cold and grey. The winds of November whip across the Great Lakes. And baseball fanatics – like the many that […]

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