Tag: St Louis Cardinals

MLB Player Safety and NY Jets New “Coach”

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MARLBORO, NY-Here we are ready to make the foray into the dog days of August in a few days and that means only two things are worth talking about– baseball and the return of NFL Training Camps.  Two things caught my attention very recently and without further ado here they are… First, baseball: On Friday […]

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Summer Sports Wipe Out: Benjamin Button and Staff Wiffle Ball Wars

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MARLBORO, NY -I’ve got nothing. It’s July 9th and I’ve got nothing to really talk about regarding sports. There’s no way I can get five-hundred words out of St. Louis Cardinals second baseman Matt Carpenter’s bunt base-hit to the wide open left side of the infield during a defensive shift by the Mets on Friday […]

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Dumb Stuff John Elway Would Say, Cards, Cubs, Brewers in Slapfight, Upton, Verlander, Nature Walks

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“When a man moves away from nature his heart becomes hard.” – Lakota proverb. DENVER, CO – It is within the Cubs nature to lose.  It is within the Cardinals nature to win.  It is within the Brewers nature to be irrelevant by the All-Star break unless the Bear Jew (Ryan Braun) takes enough steroids. […]

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Can’t Miss Kentucky Derby Bets, World Series, Stanley Cup Predictions. Built on Dopey and Toothless

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LOUISVILLE, KY – It’s Derby Day.  To many this day means hats, mint-juleps, pomp and much circumstance.  To me the Kentucky Derby is simply a pleasant reminder that there are some people in Kentucky with a full set of teeth.  That being said, these people are hardly the target market of the ponies.  Myself and […]

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Compared to Yogi Berra, Is Yadier Molina Soft?

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INDIANA, PA – Here in the hometown of Jimmy Stewart and Mrs. Short Matt (more importantly) all sports conversations are centered around all things Black-n-Gold. But the Pittsburgh Steelers and Pittsburgh Penguins are not what yours truly will be talking about today. Instead, Bucs nemesis  and star backstop for the St. Louis Cardinals will be […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Bama, Jazz, Bills, Wilt. Suck on These Sports Slogans

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BRONX, NY – I don’t want to write about politics. I don’t want to write about old TV shows. I don’t want to write about the unseasonably warm weather or kneeling during the National Anthem or the Great Barrier Reef wasting away. Honestly, I really don’t want to write at all this week. So, here’s […]

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Derek Jeter Worst Yankee Ever, LeBron Mind Games, Harvey to Cylcones, Polish Baseball Scandal!

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CONEY ISLAND, NY -Today we’ve got big stories to get to, including Derek Jeter being the Worst Yankee Ever, LeBron James playing mind games with all of us, Matt Harvey going to the Cyclones and… a Polish Baseball Scandal revisited!  Gads, this will be fun! Derek Jeter: How in the world can we call a […]

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April Baseball: Struggling Rotations, Cold Bats, deGrom Conspiracy

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NEW YORK, NY – While we fill-in for Big Al Sternberg/Fake Sandy Alderson, who went rogue – tailing Jacob deGrom. Seems Big Al/FSA is went AWOL  to investigate his deGrom Conspiracy. , Mets Lying About Wife & Baby conspiracy theory. With our pundit rotation now torn asunder, we couldn’t help but gravitate to April Baseball […]

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Presidential Candidates As Sports Teams: Who They Would Be

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ZIT POP, KY – From this blemish of the smallest towns, to the schmaltzy cheese (not mine) of West Palm Beach, Presidential Candidates (or not so “Presidential” Candidates) are taking to soap boxes and podiums to expound upon their fitfulness/street creds , so that you will make him, her or it (Trump and Alf have […]

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No Technology Tour Ends with A-Rod, Tiger Woods, LeBron

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THE STICKS, NY – My lawn looks worse than Chambers Bay Golf Course in Washington state, where the U.S. Open Championship is being held but that’s my fault for being away from home for a little over a month. Before I mow the grass on Monday (impending weather will keep me from doing so sooner), […]

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