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Chris Long Supports Jenkins, Stanton After Roger Marris, Lewd Sports Fans

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EL BARRIO, EL BRONX – It has been almost a month since I last graced these pages. I hope you have missed me as much as I missed you guys. Having become a regular pinch hitter, first bat of the bench if you will, it felt weird being unable speak with my fans. There has been […]

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Drugs Everywhere! Zach Randolph, Rafael Marquez Alvarez and NFL Trades

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MARLBORO, NY – I’m over having nothing to talk about as there is plenty to opine on as lots of news has passed over the airwaves very recently. Without wasting time and precious words let’s hop to it… Zach Randolph: When is too much not enough? Apparently the 36 year-old Sacramento Kings forward’s new two […]

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NBA Christmas Schedule, Slumping Yankees, Abby Hornacek, NFL, NHL Hopes

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NEW YORK, NY – The NBA schedule was released yesterday. I know what you’re thinking. Different Matt? Leading with NBA basktball? Yup. Wonders never cease. What struck me about the schedule was that the Christmas schedule includes a real doozy. The Knicks and 76ers will face off on Baby Jesus’ birthday in what is sure […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Let’s Just Get Rid of the New York Jets

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BRONX, NY – As we head down the summer homestretch, and the Mets continue to take it lying down (and in every other position) like a resigned/disinterested lover (The New York Melanias?), I turn my considerable vitriol towards that festering sack of hippo sh!t known as the New York Jets. Before we get into it, I’d […]

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NFL HoF, Alex Rodriguez, Yankees Not Sucking, Roger Goodell, Jerry Jones, Red Zone

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MARLBORO, NY – It’s the beginning of August, so that means one thing and one thing only… sports sucks! Little League World Series games can’t get here fast enough for myself and the portion of New York baseball fans who root for the pathetic bunch from Queens. As a matter of fact, the summer has […]

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A Bronx Tale II: The Return of The Sanchize – Yankees Version

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BRONX, NY – Despite the everything-is-peachy-keen portrait the likes of Buddy Diaz, Ben Whitney, Different Matt and DJ Eberle have been painting about their beloved New York Yankees, things might not be as rosy as this triumvirate of Cashman Kool-Aid drinkers might lead you to believe. In fact, Joe Girardi may now fully understand what […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Trades Destinations, CTE, Tim Tebow and… um… CTE?

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BRONX, NY –  Hey, everyone! Whaddaya say? Let’s get on out there and make today the best Wednesday August 2nd it can possibly be! Barring that, let’s waste some time at work reading and (hopefully) commenting on yet another Pulitzer-worthy “effort” in the category of “Not-for-Profit Pundit.” And awayyyyy we go! MLB Trading Deadline. On […]

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Big Ben Tuesday; What’s Ill and What’s Chill

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New Paltz, NY: My college frat had a newsletter called the Dirt Rag, where a regular feature was What’s Ill and What’s Chill? Things that were “ill” usually included things like cops breaking up keg parties and “chill” things would be a new crop of killer weed in town. Deep stuff. Anyway, I’m co-opting the idea. […]

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Let’s Make A Deal: Yankees Trading For Pitchers? More Knicks Trading Carmelo for Kyrie Irving

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SPANISH HARLEM, NY – It seems all I read about lately centers around trades that may or may not go down between my two favorite teams… the Yankees and Knicks. If you’re a Knicks fan, then you heard about trading Carmelo Anthony to (Insert Team Here) or making a play for Kyrie Irving. If you’re […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Damn Yankees, Wicked Jerry Jones, and Happy Birthday to Mrs. Angry

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BRONX, NY – Happy Birthday to my lovely wife, who probably won’t read this because she’s got better, more fulfilling things to do on her special day. She moved to New York City to pursue acting and ended up marrying a guy who pursued a career in make-believe sports writing. To her great credit, she’s stayed […]

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