Tag: Hot Stove

Hot Stove Morsels, Gratuitous Cheerleaders, Cheesy Bruin’s FREE NFL Picks

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NEW YORK, NY  – If you’ve never tasted crow and want to know what it’s like, just ask Cheesy Bruin. He ate plenty of crow this week for making fun of yours humbly picking the Chargers and Colts to win their respective road games. He ate so much in fact, that he’s too sick to […]

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Hot Stove Heats Up, MLB Winter Meetings, Patrick Corbin Spurns Yankees

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SPANISH HARLEM – The Winter Meetings are up and running and the New York Yankees hope to get their pitching staff situated before the best options come off the board. Last week, Patrick Corbin spurned the Yankees to sign with the Washington Nationals. The cost: 6 years and 140 million. While the organization tried to […]

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Rain Man Ramblings: Alabama = Patriots, Bills Fire Coordinator, Baseball Contracts, Song of the Week

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – I knew what I wanted to talk about all week but couldn’t find the time to sit down and write about it. Then I look up at the clock and Friday night is upon me. So now, once again, it was time to put my brilliance on paper and share it […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Yanks, Mets, MLB Hot Stove, Hotter Cheese & West Coast Ballin’

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NEW YORK, NY – I wasn’t expecting to write today, but when my all-star replacement West Coast Craig lost his Grandma to that Big Brunswick in the Sky (apparently she was an avid bowler), I was more than happy to take my usual turn. Craig, it goes without saying that all of us here at […]

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NFL & Hot Stove: Contenders and Pretenders

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LOS ANGELES, CA – It’s December; the home stretch for NFL 2011 and a month of holiday parties. A lot of office work that has to be done before the break, all that shopping is yet to be done and you haven’t even thought about what your Christmas card is going to be. Likewise, the […]

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ROSES & RADISHES: A BASEBALL TALE

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by Different Matt YESTERYEAR, USA: It was October of 1999 and the Yankees were coming back to Yankee Stadium for game 3 of the Fall Classic with a 2-0 lead. At this point in time my friends and I all worked at the Stadium doing various and sundry things related to food service. I was […]

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METS MOVE TO BAY-SIDE

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by Different Matt BAYSIDE, NY – Not sure if any of you have heard yet, but the Mets signed Jason Bay to a four-year deal worth $66 million. I’m sure the Amazin’s and their fans will be happy to have plugged one of the many gaps in their squad. Bayside Residents Pumped For Canadian I […]

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WHAT WOULD JOHNNY LINGO DO?

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by West Coast Craig KINEWATA ISLAND – With the on-going winter meetings taking place in Indianapolis, your intrepid West Coast Reporter wants nothing to do with the frigid heartland and instead went west… All the way to the Polynesian Islands to speak with the renown trader and savvy businessman Johnny Lingo, to see what he […]

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COOKIE'S CORNER: RECESSION SALE

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OUTER ‘BURBS, CT – Times are tough… kinda sort of. I mean, someone was buying all those tickets to see the World Champion Yankees claim their rightful 2009 Title. Word on the street (Wall, not Main) is that unemployment numbers are down and home sales (existing, not new) are on the rise. You need some […]

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