Tag: Manny Ramirez

Chief Wahoo, Cleveland Indians Will Win World Series!

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CLEVELAND, OH – In the Era of Being Politically Incorrect, there is only one team that should win the World Series; the Cleveland Indians. And boy, oh boy, won’t it be something to see Chief Wahoo being carried off the field, pumping his fist while holding on to his headdress. Crazy thought, right? Well, no […]

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The Yankees Starting Pitching, Gary Sanchez’s Future and Also More on the Derrick Rose Saga

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SPANISH HARLEM – As we get closer to the upcoming New York Yankees’ season – which is how knowledgeable baseball fans refer to the  MLB season – some issues addressing about our beloved Bronx Bombers that were mentioned in the media or…. thought about by me. First, we will center on the current pitching staff, whether […]

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Cleveland Indians: Terry Francona, Andrew Miller, Chief Wahoo. Root for Dem Injuns

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CLEVELAND, OH – Baseball fans without a horse in the race should be rooting for the Cleveland Indians. End. Of. Story. Thanks for stopping by and feel free to comment below… Okay, you’re not getting off that easy. There’s more to get into, namely, why we are rooting for Terry Francona & Co to not […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Matts, Mets, Pats, NFL Bets

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BRONX, NY – It’s official! I have a 2-day writing streak! Take that, Harper Lee! You’re next, Melville! There’s plenty to get to today, so let’s get there already. Matt-rimony? In case you’ve missed the guest list cut or the myriad references on this site, our own Short Matt will be getting hitched this coming […]

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A Very Manny Reunion: Joe Torre, Cooperstown and Manny Being… The Nanny?

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COOPERSTOWN, NY – For those unfamiliar with the Manny Ramirez as Joe Torre’s nanny story, that’s what the following refers to; when Joe Torre had to handle Manny in L.A…. EXT. COOPERSTOWN, NEW YORK. YESTERDAY A lovely summer day at the Baseball Hall of Fame, resplendent in its bunting and brick. The ceremonies have just […]

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MLB’s Surprising Storylines From The Weekend

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SARATOGA, NY–It was a busy Memorial Day Weekend for Major League Baseball the past few days. In case you were out barbecuing or just enjoy the outdoors, us here at Meet The Matts have you covered! Here are three surprising MLB storylines from over the weekend: Los Angeles Dodgers Starter Throws A No-Hitter: It wasn’t too […]

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Dwight Howard new Rocket Man, Britain’s 77-year Wimbledon Drought, Hero/Villain of the Week

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Houston, TX – There’s only one song playing on every juke box in the Houston Area – Elton John’s Rocket Man – in honor of LA Laker’s center Dwight Howard’s decision to sign a free agent contract with the Houston Rockets, as announced yesterday. After a fierce bidding war among NBA teams like the Dallas Mavericks, […]

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Independence Day Hangover: Players That Should Call In Sick

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FT. McHENRY, MA –  The day after Independence Day is supposed to be an-off day. You know, part of a 3-day weekend. But when it falls midweek, companies don’t automatically give the ensuing day off. MeetTheMatts.com is one of those companies. Yet, certain rogue/rouge writers, Cookie and Different Matt, decided the day is theirs; not […]

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To Think That I Saw It On MTM Street

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So Friday was the fly day and a mirth day (Not just for players on the juice, cause The Manny’s back and Braun is loose), and even if it’s not quite Earth Day It was in fact the birthday Of dear old Dr. Seuss. The Lorax became a movie Which kinda rhymes with SUV

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WHEN YA GOTTA GO, EVEN IRENE WON’T STOP YOU

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IN THE EYE, IRENE – Another trip to Pittsburgh shot to hell and in the rear view mirror. Thanks, Irene. The car ride back to NY requires passing by the picturesque murky waters of the Susquehanna River, along which in the distance is home of the nuclear plant, Three Mile Island, near Harrisburgh, Pennsylvania. There […]

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