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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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Iverson’s All-Time Starting 5, Army v Navy, Refugee FC And Healthcare.gov

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS: Been super busy writing for our sister site, so I haven’t had much time for non-rugby related news. But I did squeeze something out [ooh] just for you guys. On the menu for today are Iverson’s All-Time Starting 5, Army v Navy, Refugee FC and Healthcare.gov. Iverson’s All-Time Starting 5: On […]

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What The Sam Hill? MLB Fans Asking: Is Robbie Cano is Robbie Alomar Part Deux?

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SEATTLE, WA – From the state that lured Jon Olerud away with its athlete-friendly tax structure, comes Robinson Cano, an aging, high-priced second baseman on the downside of his career. Make no mistake, Mariners fans are doing backwards somersaults now that they are rid of Robbie and his nonchalance when it comes to playing full-tilt […]

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Ambivalent Ward Thursday: Everything Must Go!

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NEW YORK, NY – Shocker! Another no-show on MTM today and I’m filling in. This is getting older than the hot dog buns in Matt McCarthy’s freezer. Like Kramer trying to revive the old Merv Griffin Show, I think we need to retool. Here’s the plan. Banish DJ Eberle to Sunday. The kid barely shows up to […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: The Mets are Going For It and Will Fail Miserably

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BRONX, NY – I really don’t know what to write for this site anymore. If I write about football, I know my brother (who reads but never comments) will check out, because he’s no big football fan. I can’t write about hockey, because we have people on this site that know a whole lot more about […]

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The Yankees Meet With Patrick Corbin and The Mets Trade for Cano

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SPANISH HARLEM – The Major League Baseball Winter Meetings are right around the corner. Its usually a time when a lot of deals get done, General Managers get to talk face to face and if there is something brewing, it allows the opportunity for alot of activity. This past week we saw some action from […]

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Happy Thanksgiving! Here’s A Helping of Thanksgiving Turkeys in Sports

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DUBLIN, IRELAND – En route to the airport last night for a red-eye to Dublin on a Buddy Pass (standby ticket given by an airline employee) yours truly was informed that DJ Eberle couldn’t go to day… something about a bad wing. Anywho, while it’s not Thanksgiving over here, per se, it is where most […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Trading Places vs Planes, Trains and Automobiles. Who Ya Got?

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NEW YORK, NY – Tomorrow is Thanksgiving, which means NO ONE will be reading this column today, which is just a tad fewer than usual. So, if you came here looking for sports… tough darts. I’m gonna instead talk about what I consider the two best movies set on or around Thanksgiving: Trading Places and Planes, Trains, and Automobiles. They’re […]

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NHL Rivals Rangers and Islanders Battle, But Who Is Better?

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NEW YORK, NY – We’re almost a quarter of the way through the NHL season and the New York Rangers certainly aren’t tanking. They went into last night’s tilt against the Brooklyn Islanders in third place in the Metropolitan Division. Above the likes of the defending Stanley Cup champion Washington Capitals. The Blueshirts lost a […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Modern-Day Sports Superheroes and Villains for Stan Lee

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NEW YORK, NY – Marvel Comics mastermind Stan Lee died a couple of days ago at the ripe old age of 95. A good run, by anyone’s standards. He leaves behind a loyal legion of fans and a litany of comic book characters that will live on forever. Though I was never a big comics guy, […]

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