Tag: Little League World Series

Skip the Little League World Series,Here Are NFL Fantasy Football Picks!

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MARLBORO, NY – It’s August and for me that means two things–the Little League World Series tournament and NFL Fantasy Football season. As much as I’d like to pontificate about the Little Leaguers, I’ll save that for a future column. Like DJ Eberle on Monday, I’ll give you one sleeper at each position but unlike […]

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Football Sunday: Thee Ohio State Mess, Johnny Manziel in Lingerie Football League

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MARLBORO, NY – In case you missed it (and I did), the NFL Preseason kicked off on Thursday with the Hall of Fame game, in which Baltimore beat Chicago 17-16. Now, I don’t get excited over the exhibition games like I used to when I was a gambling fiend. Yes, it was a sickness of […]

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NFL HoF, Alex Rodriguez, Yankees Not Sucking, Roger Goodell, Jerry Jones, Red Zone

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MARLBORO, NY – It’s the beginning of August, so that means one thing and one thing only… sports sucks! Little League World Series games can’t get here fast enough for myself and the portion of New York baseball fans who root for the pathetic bunch from Queens. As a matter of fact, the summer has […]

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Bellingers Go Round and Round: Clay Bellinger and Cody Bellinger: Father/ Son MLB Story

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CHAVEZ RAVINE – They say you always remember the name of the kid who threw the hardest fastball growing up.  For me it was Ronnie Thomas… but he was a few years older and seemed more legend than man to a fifth grader.  The next, and even harder thrower I knew was a kid in my grade, […]

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Sports Oscars: The Mount Rushmores of Sports Flicks

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MARLBORO, NY-Tonight, many of you will be watching Jimmy Kimmel hosting The Oscars amidst political views from award winners. Not me. I’ll be searching for a hockey game on the tube and if I don’t find one, it’ll be a sports movie from my home collection. Everybody has their Mount Rushmore of something and today […]

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Throwin’ Picks, Little League Bat Flips, Hockey Sticks and Olympics Fix

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ENGLISHTOWN, NJ – It’s been almost a year since making this Raceway Park town my permanent temporary residence and I have gained twelve pounds and added to my cholesterol count, as both numbers currently sit at the same 236. If I don’t move soon, I will undoubtedly creep into Walter Hudson territory, whereupon door frames […]

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Myrtle Breach Of Contract–I’m Back!

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WOW! It has been a while in between columns for me after spending forty days and forty nights in the Low Country of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. There was no directive to build an ark in seeking shelter from rains of biblical proportion but I may as well have been, in a sense, “a sea” […]

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Blaber’s Blabberings: WNBA Weddings, Fantasy Football, Worst Trophy Ever, Cash Money

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“Why am I not surprised?” – Competitor from one of my Fantasy Football leagues. EL BARIO, BRONX – Your Righteous Deacon Blaber is happy the weekly Sports Bully Pulpit is back to its usual Saturday spot in the rotation. And we’ve got a lot to cover, including major topics like WNBA players getting engaged to […]

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Global Sports Recap Begins & Ends With… Disney World?

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LAKE BUENA VISTA, FLA – I’m here on family vacation at Las Vegas For Kids… or Disney World, as it’s more popularly known. Lodging at the All-Star Sports Resort and visiting EPCOT for a day put me on track for today’s assignment…an Epcot/Disney inspired Global Sports Recap. Mexico: Holy crap! I haven’t seen this many sombreros since […]

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Grotes Gripes: Little Big Men; Stars From The Little League World Series

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WILLIAMSPORT, PA –The Little League World Series is in full swing, with the winner crowned this Sunday. The final always pits the U.S. champion versus the winner of the bracket made up of all other eligible countries. Up until the late 90’s the Asian teams dominated the U.S. in the finals with either Japan, South […]

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