Tag: NHL

Breaking Mets News: Bidding Opens Up. Cohen Back At Table. Jimmy Kimmel 30 for 30 on ’86 Mets

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COVIDIA, USA – Welcome to Friday folks. We’ve made it through another week without being besieged by Boogaloo Bois and Karens, congratulations! Anyway… As the return of actual sports seems just around the corner, today I bring you news on the mighty New York Metropolitans, the proud NL NYC Ballclub. Not only do the Metsies […]

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Poison Ivy League, Funday With LJ, Sid Luckman, Miami Heat or… Cream?

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PRINCETON, NJ – When you are running a sports website of passionate sports pundits working “for the love of the game,” rising with the sun and turning the phone on can often be like a less macho version of Russian Roulette. You never know if the chamber is full until you rifle through texts/emails to […]

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Sports Rain Man: Washington Senators, Joey Chestnut & the Restart Bubble

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – Happy post-4th of July celebration. This will go down as the weirdest in my life and I am sure you can add to the weirdness of it all, living in the middle of the Covid. Here are the topics for today: Washington Senators, Joey Chestnut & the Restart Bubble. Washington […]

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Grinding Ax: Quarantine Sports til 2021!!!

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MURPHY’S MOUTH, NJ – Time to Quarantine Sports! With all the conflicting stories, opinions and divisive behavior in the air , I am calling on all citizens to demand a blanket quarantine of professional sports until 2021.  Listening to multi-millionaires whine about how they are being treated and not being paid enough to play abbreviated […]

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Angry Ward: Ian Desmond Opts Out, Newton Goes New England and Carl Reiner Leaves Us Laughing

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BRONX, NY – Welcome to July, b!tches! How does it feel to be done with June and only have roughly two more months of summer to kill before we find out that football is officially cancelled and every state declares all narcotics legal? In the meantime, we are all still going through the motions with […]

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Fed Up With NYC, NBA, MLB New Baseball Rules, Usain Bolt to Mets?!

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SHOHOLA, PA – I have nothing ground-breaking to report, other than it’s been a week since my doctor put me on thicker consistency liquids. Shakes, smoothies and I’ve even snuck in some beer in recovery from my most recent surgery. That was four weeks ago and it’s been three days in graduating to puddings, mashed […]

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Sports Rain Man: Favorite Sports Dads and Sports and Dads

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – Happy Monday Everybody! Yesterday being Father’s Day I want to wish a belated happy Father’s Day to all our readers that are dads. And Anyway on the menu for today, we will talk about: Favorite Sports Dads and Sports and Dads. Favorite Sports Dads:  My personal favorite sports dads are […]

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Belmont Stakes, Earl Campbell, Bobby Orr, NHL Playoffs Covid Chaos

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SHOHOLA, PA – Saturday was a beautiful, three-hour escape from all things troubling in our world. A truncated 152nd running of the Belmont Stakes was run and a handful of other races were televised as well, albeit in the barren Long Island landscape that I’ve come to love over my lifetime. Anybody who knows me […]

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Rob Manfred Worst MLB Commissioner Ever? Worst In All Sports?! Plus: Ban NASCAR

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SENSIBLE, NJ – A good day to you,  and as the day unfolds I’d like to share with you the one sports -elated thought that has been percolating in my brain for weeks now. Apparently, the MLB players union and owners’ lackey, Rob Manfred, have finally gotten into a room and had a chat to […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Stinky Sports Movies to Help You Forget Our Stinkier World

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BRONX (IS BURNING), NY – You know, I kept saying that this summer in NYC could shape up very much like 1977, and we’ve already got the looting piece covered on our bingo cards. All we need now is a blackout (I think this is a slam dunk), the Yankees making a run (if baseball […]

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