Tag: sports comedy

Father’s Day Special: Memories of My Dad

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MARLBORO, NY – Today is the day where we honor good ol’ dad across our nation in celebrating Father’s Day. There’s a great emptiness personally from losing my dad in 1984 to a massive heart attack at the young age of forty-eight. As usual, it’s a slow sports Sunday during this time of year, so […]

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What The Hell is Wrong With Sonny Gray?

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SPANISH HARLEM – If your a New York Yankees fan there isn’t much you can complain about. They are’n first place in the American League East as of today, no particular hitter in the line up has stood out since Didi Gregiorus sizzled his way to a player of the month award for April. The […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Yanks Reject Bryce Harper, World Cup Porto Party, and Utley Amazin’ Thor Video

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BRONX, NY – Look, it’s late. I think I’m losing what’s left of my mind. Against a lifetime of better judgement, I decided to take my kid to see the philharmonic in the park tonight. Who am I??? Just got home a shade before 11. Not good for her, but worse for me. I’m just gonna […]

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Post NHL, NBA: Filling Void for Yankees Haters. NASCAR, Soccer, WNBA?

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MARLBORO, NY – The 2017-18 NHL season is now over and done with and so is another uneventful NBA season. So what’s a diehard New York Mets fan – or a mild one like me – to do for the next four months? Words like fire sale are closely associated with the team as it […]

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Washington Capitals’ Cup More Russian Capitol Collusion? Ovechkin, Trump, Putin

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LAS VEGAS, NV – Thank you, Hockey Gods, for not allowing Lord Stanley’s Cup to be violated unspeakably/reprehensibly in the soul-less den of inequity that is the 2-block abomination known as Sin City. But at what price, ask Ye/Youse? Fair question. See, the Stanley Cup Finals are as close to war as it gets in […]

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NBA Finals Game 3 Recap and More Random Thoughts about LBJ, Klay Thompson, KP, Kevin Love and Durant

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SPANISH HARLEM – Game 3 of the NBA Finals goes to the Golden State Warriors and Lebron James just got farther away from another NBA Championship. The Warriors are one win away from 3 in 4 years. It looked good early for the Cavs but in the end, Golden State was too much to handle. […]

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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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Big Ben Quick Hitters: Caps and Warriors Close In, Trump Bounces Eagles, Mets Catching Woes

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Stamford, CT: It’s nearly 11pm and I forgot all about my weekly MTM obligation. Not to worry, it turns out I can pardon myself. So we’re good. Let’s let my ADD run wild and bang out some Quick Hitters. NHL The series is not going as planned for the Cinderella Golden Knights, who find themselves one game […]

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Miami Marlins and Tampa Bay Rays: Signs of a Baseball Apocalypse

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MARLBORO, NY – In traveling through Florida on a two and a half week hiatus in which it rained every day of the trip, the opportunity forced by Mother Nature had me and my hosts attending baseball games in Miami and Tampa. There’s a bunch to extrapolate on regarding these stadiums, the baseball experience, and […]

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A Rivalry is Brewing Between the Yankees and Astros, Also Some Thoughts On The NBA Finals

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SPANISH HARLEM – The rivarly started for me in 2015 when the Houston Astros beat the Yankees 3-0 in a one game playoff. We all knew the Astros were going to be good, they developed a young core around Jose Altuve, Carlos Correa and George Springer. What we didn’t know was that the New York […]

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