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Warriors Wait, LeBron Back to his Old Ways, Ginóbili Swansong?

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SPANISH HARLEM, NY – The Golden State Warriors on Monday swept the San Antonio Spurs, I’m sure to the delight of our very own Angry Ward but I ask you this question. How Happy can you be when all this was expected from the beginning of the season. Is it a modest happiness or are […]

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Why we need sports now, NY sports suck again and Mets fans helping Mets fans

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EL BARRIO, EL BRONX – Not sure if it is desperation or maybe I isn’t so bad at this pinch-hitting thing. Either way, guess who’s back!?!?… It is I, Pinch-Hit Matt and I am ready to go. With that said, If it ain’t broke then don’t try to fix it, so I will stick to my tried and […]

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Sunday Sports Page: New York Mets, New York Rangers, NBA Playoffs, Derek Jeter

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MARLBORO, NY– Lacking pomp and circumstance, let’s get to today’s sports topics of discussion… “Why does God hate the Mets?“ the New York Post front page recently asked.  The answer is a layup. It’s as easy as connecting the dots leading from the Wilpons to Ponzi-schemer Bernie Madoff. Karma is indeed a bitch with yet another […]

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Tingling Finger: Mets Quiver With Familia Feeling, Dark Knight Crumbles, Cardinals Fan Is Judge For Jeurys

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Precipice – a very steep rock face or cliff, typically a tall one.  Roman adage – “add insult to injury.”  DENVER, CO – I serve you all with this word, as this is the most fitting palabra that I can think of for the Mets season. I server you with this adage as its origin […]

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Grinding Ax Friday: Big Balls, Ranger Falls, LaVar Ball, Romo vs Cutler

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NOTE: Different Matt was out past curfew Thursday night and “went golfing” yesterday. A “migraine” and miscommunication had him AWOL at MTM HQ, so Grinding Ax Walter Hynes took the ball on no rest, after flying in from Des Moines. FREEHOLD, NJ – Are you a serious baller? If you think you are or aspire to […]

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What’s Wrong With The NBA Playoffs? Do They Suck?

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SPANISH HARLEM, NY – In all honesty, I have spent no more than 2 hours of my life watching this year’s NBA Playoffs. I only tune in to watch the games that matter (anything with Golden State or Lebron James), and have come away feeling slighted. The Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers are just better than every […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: The Rangers In Danger, Matt Harvey Mess, Possible NBA Fix

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BRONX, NY – Running short on time today. Got zero in the tank and one 12 oz bottle’s worth of liquid comedy to get me through this. Even though I’m not (ever) getting paid for this, and I’d rather beg off on this week’s post, I feel compelled to show up and do what’s expected of […]

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Can’t Miss Kentucky Derby Bets, World Series, Stanley Cup Predictions. Built on Dopey and Toothless

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LOUISVILLE, KY – It’s Derby Day.  To many this day means hats, mint-juleps, pomp and much circumstance.  To me the Kentucky Derby is simply a pleasant reminder that there are some people in Kentucky with a full set of teeth.  That being said, these people are hardly the target market of the ponies.  Myself and […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: The Met Gala vs. The Mets’ Gala, Rangers, Yanks and NBA

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NEW YORK, NY – The other night here in New York the Metropolitan Museum of Art hosted its annual “Met Gala” for all manner of glitterati and starf**kers who like to dress up like imbeciles and have their pictures taken by a rabid bunch of camera-wielding monkeys. It’s quite the scene. I was shocked when […]

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Bellingers Go Round and Round: Clay Bellinger and Cody Bellinger: Father/ Son MLB Story

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CHAVEZ RAVINE – They say you always remember the name of the kid who threw the hardest fastball growing up.  For me it was Ronnie Thomas… but he was a few years older and seemed more legend than man to a fifth grader.  The next, and even harder thrower I knew was a kid in my grade, […]

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