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Yanks Can’t Catch Red Sox, NHL Back In Action, Dan and Joe Girardi

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NEW YORK, NY – The Yankees have been playing some great baseball of late. They’ve gone 14-5 so far in the month of September. Aaron Judge’s bat has woken up after a prolonged post-All Star break hibernation. But the Bombers just can’t seem to gain ground on the Boston Red Sox. The Bosox have matched […]

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NHL Trade Horror: Canada Gets Skinned

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NEW YORK, NY – Today’s the day. It’s he first day of NHL free agency. And it’s really the only important day. Most of the unrestricted free agents that are worth anything will be signed by the time you’ve read this paragraph. But the biggest hockey news of the week will surely be a couple […]

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Blaber’s Blabbering: End of Year Work, Dreadful Knicks and Devils

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Before I begin, I must be honest. It wasn’t until I read Diff’s column that I realized that Boxing Day was yesterday and I was up today. Nevertheless, I’m here running… out the clock. (SOUTH) BUFFALO, NY – It’s Christmastime – or the Holiday Season – as we call it at MTM, because we’re ultra […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Who is Running Hot and Cold in Sports

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BRONX, NY – We’ve been experiencing some unseasonably high temps here in the Northeast the past couple of days, but now local forecasters are doing their best to scare everyone stupid by talking about another “POLAR VORTEX!!!” pushing down from the North this Thursday. Oh my God, tomorrow night we may drop all the way into […]

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What the Buck! Clayton Kershaw Cursed! ESPN Kills America’s Pastime

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CHAVEZ REVINE, CA – I know that by the middle of October most of our regular readers have turned the page from Baseball to the NFL, and starting this week to the NHL as well.  I have slowly and very begrudgingly come to the realization that watching and following Major League Baseball is now limited […]

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Baseball Over is Over so it’s Hockey Preview Time!

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New York, NY – Yesterday the Yankees finally won a game against a team so bad that the National League disowned them. The Yanks are now four games behind the Tigers for the second wild card spot, but the damage was done a long time ago. Baseball season in New York is, for all intents […]

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What’s In Your Closet? Obsessed Sports Fans Pad Athletes Pockets

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HO-HO-KUS, NJ – What’s in Your Closet? Too personal? Maybe you  Jeffrey Dahmers out there (looking at you, Sam’s-A-Fan).  No, I’m referring to that jersey collection. Or the prized possessions of any rabid sports fanatic. Home and away jerseys that you select to wear, depending on where your favorite team is playing. Perhaps you have […]

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NHL Playoffs Outlook plus Can Rangers Beat Bruins?

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NEW YORK, NY – Currently, the New York Rangers and their fans find themselves amid a mad scramble for the NHL Playoffs in the first year of the NHL’s new post-season format. Divisional second and third place finishers will square off in the first round while the top two Conference seeds meet the “wild card” […]

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Third Eye Blind, David Stern & Jordan Rules make NBA a Minor League Sport

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TAMPA/ST. PETE – FL – Right away, I like that the MLB playoffs seemingly have some sense of urgency. By this I mean that the current round – the “NLDS” – is a best of 5 series and MLB seems to like the idea of moving things along. Games are being played daily and the […]

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Don’t Call it a Comeback: Jeter Insult To Injury

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The Bronx, NY – The long awaited return of Derek Jeter went off with a bang. The Captain came back from two ankle fractures and singled in his first at-bat. The good news for Yankee fans is that after the game, Jeter said ankle felt good. The bad news is that he may be back […]

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