Tag: Phillies

Angry Ward Wednesday: Buck Wild! Mets New Backstop and Teams Named After Fish

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NEW YORK, NY – As Grote2DMax pointed out yesterday, there’s plenty going on in sports these days. But today I’m going to shy away from this week’s limitless supply of popular topics – The Unbeatable Knicks, Tiger at The Masters, Anything About the Yankees – to instead focus on New York’s new Jeremy Lin and a […]

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50 Shades Of Yankees Pinstripes

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NEW YORK, NY – If corporations are people, the Yankees are my best friend. Remember the movie Can’t Buy Me Love? The ugly, nerdy guy gets the girl? Well, that’s the complete opposite of what’s happening with the Yankees. As I write this, they are 56-34 and have the best record in MLB. The 50 […]

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Season Preview: NL East

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HOLLYWOOD BULLPEN – I’m trying to milk a new The Manny idea (ooh, I’ve said too much), but I see now it’s going to take a dedicated effort the likes this lazy writer might have trouble sticking with. I need a few more weeks of work and inspiration for that…but let’s just say it may […]

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YANKEE Fan To METS Fans: Cheer Up! It Wasn’t All Bad

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NEW YORK, NY – Now that the season is over for New York City, we can finally focus on how bad the Giants and Jets are and how the New York Rangers might not win a game until December. But before we get into football frustrations and how the Rangers are trying to kill me, […]

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GROTE’S GRIPES: Best Weekend Ever? Worst Weekend Ever? Yanks, Phils & Perspective

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PHILADELPHIA, PA – Being a Mets fan has been tough these past few years.  We have seen both the Phillies and Yankees win world championships while we have floundered. We’ve heard it from our two closest and biggest rivals for far too long now. Well this past week might have signaled the beginning of the end of […]

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GOIN’ BANANAS: BASEBALL COVERS UPS NHL’S CANADIAN BLACK EYE

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LONDON, ONTARIO – Blame it on baseball. If it weren’t for the most exciting and most pressure-packed week in baseball history, one that saw The Curse Of The Cup come alive, Detroit and Philly would still be on the back pages, but not for the Tigers and Phillies. Instead, we’d be rightfully flooded with reports […]

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WHAT YOU MISSED DURING THE MTM BLACKOUT

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The Interweb – For better or worse, the site is back up and running. Since we’ve come back online, the usual suspects have been conspicuously absent. Most of them probably just thought the site was gone for good. The rest, I think, just saw their opportunity to sever all ties. No such luck for me. […]

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THE ROAD GOES ON FOREVER AND THE PARTY NEVER ENDS

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by Dr. Diz COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS – It’s wildflower season down here, akin to leaf-peeping up North and we were rolling along on U.S 71 with fields of bluebonnets interspersing the big oaks and pine woods of East Texas. After the bluebonnets fade, then come the Indian paintbrushes, coloring the fields with vibrant strokes of […]

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FAVORITE FAT ATHLETES

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PieÅ¡Å¥any, Slovakia – We’re here at the famous ancient spa, trying to get in shape and hoping to bump into former NHL star and current Bratislava resident, Ziggy Palffy. Ziggy, who does not play guitar, is very fit. In fact at 37, he was fit enough to represent his country in the Olympics and nearly […]

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METS MOVE TO BAY-SIDE

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by Different Matt BAYSIDE, NY – Not sure if any of you have heard yet, but the Mets signed Jason Bay to a four-year deal worth $66 million. I’m sure the Amazin’s and their fans will be happy to have plugged one of the many gaps in their squad. Bayside Residents Pumped For Canadian I […]

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