Tag: Jeurys Familia

Woes, Not Wins For Mets? Wheeler, Walker and Wright Are Wrong.

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MARLBORO, NY – Hope springs eternal… but I’m already here to rain on the Mets parade before the season starts. There are some red flags as we speak and little has been done again by Mets management to address the infield and, of all things, the pitching. “W’ stands for wins in baseball but for […]

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Spring Training Highs and Lows: Yankees and Mets look to Future, Ponder Wright.

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SPANISH HARLEM – Hello Baseball! Oh how I have missed you. There is nothing like Spring Training Baseball, when every team thinks it has a chance.. Every young outfield prospect is Mickey Mantle and every veteran pitcher is coming into camp the healthiest and strongest they ever been. The highs are the highest because reality […]

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Snow-Jobs and Sports Fill-Ins: Tom Brady, Russell Wilson, Lou Gehrig, Jeury’s Familia, Dak Prescott

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NEW YORK, NY – Okay, so Lonnie Quinn & his cronies got it right – we got some snow. But once again, we were led to believe we were going to die by story-inventing icarnations of Ron Burgundy reading weather reports. While we think Quinn actually does work – as his rolled-up sleeves (aka Jim […]

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Yankees and Mets: Domestic Violence Okay re Chapman, Familia, Reyes

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NEW YORK, NY –  Some things just stick in the craw. You can try ignoring them but eventually they need to be talked about, confronted and hopefully… resolved. Throwing your wife or girlfriend around, smacking her or threatening her with a gun or knife, all fall under the above categories. Here in NYC, we have […]

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Did New York Mets Leave Hearts with San Francisco or is Dynasty in Making?

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FLUSHING, NY – After going undercover as civilians Wednesday night, Short Matt, Tall Matt and Replacement Matt got to mingle with John & Joan Q. Fan at Citi Field, for the Mets vs San Francisco Giants MLB Wild Card (is it two words or one?) Game.  And after watching – and processing – the absolute […]

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Defending Terry Collins? Shaq to Yanks? Tebow has Pigs Flying

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NEW YORK, NY – It’s official. Pigs are driving our stunned air traffic controllers bonkers, as they are indeed flying. Things we never thought we’d see happen are happening. Sure, Tim Tebow to the Metsies stands alone as the headliner at Bill Veeck’s Theater of the Absurd, but what of the Shaq to the Yanks […]

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MLB Trade Deadline, NHL Moves, Yanks – Mets Deal, and Roger Clinton?!

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BRONX, NY – There’s a lot going in under the MTM Sports Wagon hood… We’ve got the MLB Trade Deadline, a potential Mets/Yanks deal, Roger Clinton rumors and NHL moves. Let’s get to it. We’re three days away from the MLB trade deadline and the New York Yankees, whom have already made one big trade, […]

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2016 Mets: Mourning on the 4th of July? What About Your Team?

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NOTE: This was written before last night’s results were in, so my Mets Mood is a bit brighter today… but still. FLUSHING, NY – The New York Mets currently hold a precarious one-game lead on the second of two wild card spots in a very pedestrian National League. As most of you now know, I […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Warriors, Mets, Yanks and Keith Hernandez Slowly Killing Me

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BRONX, NY – Watching sports on TV is often like a truly awful drug experience or a week-long bender drinking nothing but Milwaukee’s Best. Short Matt and I have a friend (let’s call him Mickey) who was the first to disdainfully ask: “How can you spend all this time watching sports on TV?” At the […]

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Overrated Kevin Durant, Warriors vs Cavs, Harvey Not Mets Worry

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JACKSON, MS—He stands at least 7 feet tall. He can shoot it from behind the arc better than anyone that size who’s ever played in the NBA. He’s smooth, can handle the ball, and take over games when his shot is falling. He’s also among the most overrated players I’ve seen in nearly 40 years of […]

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