Tag: MLB

The Eagles sneak into the Playoffs and The New York Yankees wait on Manny Machado

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SPANISH HARLEM – Its New Years Eve and playoff football is upon us, thankfully, the defending Super Bowl Champions are back in to defend their title. While it won’t be easy, against a great Chicago Bears defense, they have a chance and that’s all that matters today. The Bears did them a favor by beating, […]

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Angry Ward: The Day After Christmas

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BRONX, NY – I swore I wouldn’t post anything today. But I just can’t abide a miss. Besides, this way I can continue to take DJ Eberle to task for missing HIS assignments. ‘TWAS THE DAY AFTER CHRISTMAS ‘Twas the day after Christmas, when all through the city, Not a creature was stirring, not even Flyers […]

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Favorite Christmas Sports Moments: Hnida, Brooklyn Americans, Podolak

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NEW YORK, NY – With Angry Ward taking a well-deserved holiday respite, we tried channeling our Inner Ward – feebly – to come up with something he might consider doing today. We collectively failed; he’s so [bleeping] good, he can’t be channeled. Management then stepped in and mandated that today’s post be something non-Ward… Something […]

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Rain Man’s Saturday Football Special: Ole Gunnar Solskjær, Eric Reid And Nick Foles

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS: Welcome to my Saturday Football Special. Today, I have three bits revolving around football, one will be about the real version of it that requires foot to ball action all the time and the other two will be the throw-ball version. Here is what is on the menu for today: Ole Gunnar Solskjær, […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: A Penny for Your Thoughts, No More HOF Starting Pitchers, Bryce in Da Bronx

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BRONX, NY – This is my last post before Christmas, and if Management thinks I’m posting ON Christmas (as I’m slated to) they can suck a bag of… er… candy canes. Still there’s plenty to talk about right now, starting with Penny Marshall’s passing yesterday at the age of 75. “Goodbye, Laverne.” Penny Marshall is perhaps best […]

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Pick One: Manny Machado or Bryce Harper? One Yankees Fan Ponders

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SPANISH HARLEM – At point-blank range, signing one of two of best players in baseball would seem easy. As we have come to find out, though… not so much. Two players in their prime, full of potential…. Two of the ten best players in baseball… You can’t deny they are both special. If you had […]

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NFL Nuts n Bolts: Cheesy Bruin’s Free NFL Picks, Betting Tips, Notes, Cheerleaders

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MARLBORO, NY – Well, it finally happened last week! I didn’t have a losing week with my Cheesy Bruin’s Free NFL Picks! But… I also didn’t have a winning week either, as I split the four games picked. The record stands at 25-35, which really sucks. I’m back at it, however, with these FREE Picks […]

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NFL Firing Coaches, Smokim Noah, Liberty U Deals with Devil, Lou Saban, DJ Durkin

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS: I had two of today’s pieces in my head before looking for one more topic… and finding two! It’s tough coming up with something not covered by my esteemed colleagues already this week. Anyway, on the menu for today: NFL Becomes Like Big 3, Smokim Noah, Liberty U’s deal with the […]

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NHL Stuff, MLB Hot Stove: Yanks, Mets, Kluber, Realmuto, Machado, Thor

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NEW YORK, NY – After the Yankees lost out on Patrick Corbin (see Buddy Diaz’s piece) to Washington for six years and $130 million, the Bronx Bombers turned their attentions to Flushing, Queens.  Rumors had it that Brian Cashman and the Mets and new GM, Brodie Van Wagenen, were attempting a three-team deal that would […]

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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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