Tag: Rich Perlongo

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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Cheesy Bruin’s 50 Year Sports Retrospective

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MARLBORO, NY– Today marks the first day of my 50th year on this earth and when you get to be this age you pretty much think you’ve seen it all if you’re a sports fan. Not that I consider myself a know-it-all, but a sports fan my age has witnessed some of the G.O.A.T. in […]

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As NY Teams Crumble, Even Flawed NY Sports Logos Suck!

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MARLBORO, NY – Outside of the New York Yankees, the sports scene in the Big Apple sucks, as you’ve been recently reminded by the staff here at MTM. In an effort to keep things fresh, today I’m examining something else that is lacking for our local sports teams past and present… bad logos. With all […]

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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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Divine Intervention? New York Rangers Win Stanley Cup!

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JERUSALEM – Sunday School is now in session! Well, sort of. This will be a bit of a Biblical narrative associated with the New York Rangers pathway to Lord Stanley’s Cup. Sure, Moses used a staff – not a hockey stick – as I would have preferred, to part the Red Sea while leading the […]

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Hockey Pucks, Don Rickles, Brad Marchand, NHL Playoffs, Women’s Ice Hockey

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MARLBORO, NY – This week we lost one of comedy’s most colorful characters in Don Rickles. You knew you were an entertainment icon if this guy roasted you with unparalleled insults. I remember some of these roasts and his many appearances on all the late-night talk shows but affectionately recall watching him in the short-lived […]

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MTM Sunday Hockey Edition: Jaromir Jagr, Enforcers, NHL PLayoffs

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MARLBORO, NY – With the uneventful first few days of March Mildness lingering like the flatulence from eating too much corned beef and cabbage on St. Paddy’s Day, I’m here to follow up on Different Matt’s Friday hockey column. Granted, he and I are probably the only one’s who care about hockey enough to write […]

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Cheesy Bruin’s Tribute to Lynn: How My Big Sister Got Me Hooked On Sports… and Winning

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MARLBORO, NY – As a younger sibling, one learns a lot by watching a brother and/or sister during athletic endeavors. I was lucky. I had both. I was willingly in tow whenever Joe (nine years my senior) and Lynn (five years older) had a baseball, basketball, volleyball or softball game. I also watched many a […]

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Fatso Hits A Homer, Boy George Kentucky Derby Queen, Couch Potato Sports

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BRONX, NY– I’m dog-sitting on yet another overcast/rainy Seattle-like Saturday. It’s just me, my dog Biscuit and the vociferous Griffey for an extended weekend. I’ve really got to teach Angry Ward’s dog Griffey (yep, that Griffey) how to “drop a deuce” in the rain in quicker fashion than he does now. It’s almost as if […]

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New Video: Cancer Survivor Forgives Baseball, Ends Exile: Mets or Yanks?

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NEW YORK, NY – It’s not often that an often cold and calculating corporation gets a second chance with a disillusioned and disappointed customer. But Major League Baseball can thank it’s lucky stars today, as a kid whose heart was broken by the 1981 MLB strike, just a short time before he’d find himself in […]

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