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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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Bryce Harper and Manny Machado, Who Should The Yankees Sign?

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SPANISH HARLEM – The long awaited 2018 free agency is finally here, the fans and media have talked about this free agency as one of the best in years. The New York Yankees organization even reset their luxury tax issues for just that reason. They didn’t overspend last off season to be able to go […]

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Yankees Bring Back CC Sabathia and Brett Gardner BUT Was It The Right Move

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SPANISH HARLEM – As you can tell, I will be speaking about CC Sabathia and Brett Gardner, they were both signed by the New York Yankees this past week and to most fans, it may feel like nothing has changed in Yankeeland. You might be right about that but I will debate these moves and […]

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Mets Hire Jerry Maguire, Beer-Chugging Lineman Jon Gott to Giants?!

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NEW YORK, NY – From beer-chugging lineman to too-cliched-for-Central Casting GMs, this is one helluva time for sports punditry! Let’s pop the trunk, lift the hood and kick the tires on this thing, shall we? Let’s look at the Mets hiring Jerry Maguire -aka Brodie Van Wagenenenen, and the Ottawa Redblacks‘ Jon Gott. Show Me […]

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Angry Ward Weekly: Ski Lift Sex, Warriors Seats, and Other Stuff I Need Before It’s Too Late

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BRONX, NY – I’m writing this on Monday night, and this will be posting the day after the Midterm Elections, so I’m really not sure that anything in sports really matters enough to mention today. No matter which way last night’s results went, I’m not really psyched about the way the world is trending these […]

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NFL Notes, Cheerleaders, Cheesy Bruin’s FREE NFL Picks

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MARLBORO, NY –  Everybody loves winning and I did just that last week as I was long overdue to break a horrendous streak of winless weeks by going 3-1 on my Cheesy Bruin’s FREE NFL Picks. The record now stands at two games under .500 at 15-17 for the season. Here are the selections that […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: The Mets Move, Basketball Goes Sci-Fi, and Golf Goes Bye-Bye – Behold, the Future of Sports!

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BRONX, NY (THE FUTURE) – Holy sh!t, I never thought I’d live to see the day, but the Bronx is THE place to live now. Though I guess us non-science-deniers could have seen some of this coming, what with lower Manhattan turned into a water park and once-hot nabes like Greenpoint and Long Island City […]

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Ebs’ Hot Takes: Jim Boeheim, NBA Drama, World Series

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FROM THE PRESS BOX – The World Series is in full swing, there’s so much drama in the NBA and the college basketball regular season is just a couple of weeks away. Things are pretty, pretty good right now. . Time to jump right in. Here’s this week’s set of Ebs’ Hot Takes. Enjoy. Jim […]

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Angry Ward: It’s a Terrible Time to Be a Yankees Fan

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BRONX, NY – I’ll admit, this headline may sound more than a little misleading. I mean, the Yankees DID just win 100 games and lost to maybe the best team in baseball in the divisional round of the playoffs. As people always say (to losers), “nothing to be ashamed of.” Still, I’d say there’s collateral damage. […]

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Big Ben Whitney: Comical Recap of New York Giants Loss to Atlanta Live Blog

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Atlanta, GA: As ridiculous as the NFC East is, the New York Giants had a chance to at least keep things interesting with a win in Atlanta. It’s hard to picture the Giants secondary being able to match up with the Falcons receivers, but you never know. As I write, the score is 13-6. The […]

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