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Angry Ward Wednesday: An Open Letter to Tom Brady

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NEW YORK, NY – Before I get into this, I need to clear up one thing. As far as New England Patriots bashing goes, I’ve pretty much been a non-participant all these years. Though I am no Pats fan, I can at least appreciate a team that has been this good for this long, owned by […]

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Replacement Matt: The Folks Behind Homeplate. #MLB Reality Show

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TORNADO, KS – As the viewing screens we absorb sports in grow larger and higher in definition, I find that rather than highlighting the game it instead creates more distractions. Your eye starts to wander to places not part of the action. No where is this more prevalent than in baseball. There is so much […]

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Sports Rain Man: What A Week For The New York Metropolitans!

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – Happy Memorial Day weekend. I want to say two things before I get to the sports: 1) Thank you to all the descendants and relatives of soldiers that have that died in battle. The sacrifice in the name of the country, whether draft or volunteer, is always to be commended […]

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Biggest Sports Lie of the Year, David Wright’s Return, Pro Rugby in NYC

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NEW YORK, NY – As Replacement Matt has his hands full working with Tall Matt and Short Matt (me) on a commercial, he asked one of us to replace him today. And since Tall Matt is like Chuck from Happy Days, it fell on my shoulders to talk about the Biggest Sports Lie of the […]

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Knicks Drafting Third, NBA Combine and The Jets Being The Jets

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – So, late Friday night, I realized I had a column due and… [cue record scratch sound] Hold up! Apparently, despite having more tenure than The Dude and Ben Whitney, I get the DJ Eberle treatment. Apparently a bit of banter re why my posts are sometimes tardy is not welcome! […]

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Replaceable Friday: Nobody Cares About Your Fantasy Team.

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UNIVERSAL STUDIOS E-WALK – As I lick my wounds and brace for more disappointment from my teams, I’d like to continue the trend of talking about sports in the abstract and big picture, rather than dwell on more sorrow and ineptitude from the hometown NY boys. Today, I’d like to discuss something that has been […]

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Ron Darling, Jim Kelly, Lance Armstrong: Understanding Athletes. Understanding Cancer

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – It was recently announced that former New York Mets pitcher and current team broadcaster Ron Darling has thyroid cancer. From what I know, this form of cancer has a very high success rate. But what concerns me for Darling is the removal of a mass in his chest. Whatever the situation he […]

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Mother’s Day Special: Four Famous Sports Moms

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NEW YORK, NY – Sure, the Biblical rains that continue their consecutive Sunday saturation streak here in the northeast are making for a messy Mother’s Day, but they can’t dampen our spirit/resolve to bring you entertaining sport(s) content! And since obstacles are the Mother’s of all invention, we will pull up our support hose and […]

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THE REPLACEMENTS

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SPANISH HARLEM – The New York Yankees lost yesterday but it’s still hard to not like what you see from this group of players. This team has had its share of bad luck with injuries to key players to start the season, and yet here they are winning games and playing small ball. To start […]

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Baseball Crisis In America. MLB Armageddon Looming.

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – It has been referred to as America’s Pastime but baseball is no longer the most popular sport in this country. When you see hoards and throngs of people lining the streets of Nashville, Tennessee over the nauseating three-day event called the NFL Draft and combine this with all the empty seats across […]

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