Tag: Robinson Cano

What The Sam Hill? MLB Fans Asking: Is Robbie Cano is Robbie Alomar Part Deux?

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SEATTLE, WA – From the state that lured Jon Olerud away with its athlete-friendly tax structure, comes Robinson Cano, an aging, high-priced second baseman on the downside of his career. Make no mistake, Mariners fans are doing backwards somersaults now that they are rid of Robbie and his nonchalance when it comes to playing full-tilt […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: The Mets are Going For It and Will Fail Miserably

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BRONX, NY – I really don’t know what to write for this site anymore. If I write about football, I know my brother (who reads but never comments) will check out, because he’s no big football fan. I can’t write about hockey, because we have people on this site that know a whole lot more about […]

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The Yankees Meet With Patrick Corbin and The Mets Trade for Cano

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SPANISH HARLEM – The Major League Baseball Winter Meetings are right around the corner. Its usually a time when a lot of deals get done, General Managers get to talk face to face and if there is something brewing, it allows the opportunity for alot of activity. This past week we saw some action from […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: 2018 MLB Baseball Season Shaping Up as Suckiest Ever

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NEW YORK, NY – I could spend today talking about how Trump disinviting the Philadelphia Eagles to the White House is a win-win-win, in that the Eagles don’t have to go, Trump doesn’t have to get butt-hurt because of the light turnout and bore us all with illiterate tweets, and the NFL looks like an even […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Cano, Wentz, Carmelo and other Examples of Sports Addition by Subtraction

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BRONX, NY – In 2001 the Seattle Mariners turned Major League Baseball on its ear by winning 116 regular season games. They accomplished this feat without the benefit of Randy Johnson, Ken Griffey Jr., and Alex Rodriguez, three of the franchise’s cornerstone players, who had all talked their way out of town. Though they didn’t go […]

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The Yankees A.D. (After Death)

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SPANISH HARLEM – August 1st, 2016 will forever be known as the day the Yankees finally waved the white flag and became full-fledged sellers at the MLB Trade Deadline. As hard as it was to see in my lifetime, it was even more remarkable to hear scouts and analysts say it was the first time ever […]

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Ugly Bowe Bergdahl Saga Reminds [Not Really] of Lebron and Sports Deserters

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WASHINGTON, DC – While the tale of Bowe Bergdahl is heating up, my mind is spinning into who to compare him to.  Since this is supposed to be a sports driven machine, I will extrapolate a list of my top Sports Deserters. In NO particular order, here we go…… Lebron James-  King James took his talents from Cleveland to South Beach and left an […]

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Fantasy Baseball Lineup To Stay Away From & DJ Eberle Proves He is Funny

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SOMEWHERE ON THE MASS PIKE – Not only does the month of April mean our beloved Yankees and Mets are back in action, but it also means that fantasy baseball is up and running once again. At this point, most fantasy baseball leagues are three weeks in, which mean’s that some fantasy owner’s may be […]

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Oscar, Oscar! West Coast Craig with Sports Oscars

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Warding off a trip to the Psyche Ward for behavior untoward the fine wards of this site, as inquired by the stewards, our friend Angry Ward has been rewarded with a major award for the Most Awards Award, awarded by the war department, and cut a deal with the warden for a day off. He’s […]

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Blaber’s Blabberings: Madiba, Soccer World Cup 2014, Dead Rats, Week in Sports

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“We once had leaders. Now all we have are politicians.”  El Barrio, Bronx – Welcome to a very somber version of Deacon Blaber’s Saturday Sermon. The recent death of the Nelson Mandela has cast a cloud over today’s service. The service will persevere – as it must – and so we will salute Madiba and […]

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