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Sports Headlines You Need To Know! Vikings, Cespedes, Costner, Ionescu

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NEW YORK, NY –  Okay, so you need some cocktail party fodder for your Spring Is Here parties? Here are the Sports Headlines You Need To Know. WHAT THE F___!: Some guy I’ve never heard of just signed a 4-year, $64,000,000.00 contract extension with Angry Ward’s Minnesota Vikings. Apparently, Adam Thielen is two-time Pro Bowl […]

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Big Ben: Elvis Andrus and Baby Shark, Do Do Do Do, Gunnar Solskjaer

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ARLINGTON, TX – With the NFL draft approaching, MLB off and running, the NCAA Final Four locked and loaded, and the NHL and NBA coming down the home stretch, there is plenty to talk about. But did you see that Texas Rangers SS Elvis Andrus chose Baby Shark as his walkout song? Everything else is […]

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Sports Rain Man: USA’s Low Medal Count, Jason Vargas To Mets, Frank Reich To Colts

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – It is amazing how despite not caring for the NFL or Winter Olympics, you are forced to mention them when you write a weekly sports article. Especially this time of the year, because there is not much to talk about. Sure, I could talk about Rugby or the upcoming MLS season […]

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Let’s Make A Deal: Yankees Trading For Pitchers? More Knicks Trading Carmelo for Kyrie Irving

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SPANISH HARLEM, NY – It seems all I read about lately centers around trades that may or may not go down between my two favorite teams… the Yankees and Knicks. If you’re a Knicks fan, then you heard about trading Carmelo Anthony to (Insert Team Here) or making a play for Kyrie Irving. If you’re […]

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On Parade: All-Time MLB Puerto Rican Team for Puerto Rico Day!

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NUEVA YORK– Today is the 60th annual Puerto Rican Day Parade in NYC, as we celebrate the culture of this U.S. commonwealth. It doesn’t matter if you hail from the archipelago itself but if you truly grew up in NYC and not the suburbs, you already have some Nuyorican, as part of your fabric. Whether […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: A-Rod, Harvey, Puig: MLB Trade Deadline Deals that Didn’t Go Through

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BRONX, NY – Well, the Major League Baseball trading deadline has come and gone and here’s what we know. The Yankees know they suck and sold off half their team and don’t really give a rat’s ass about George Steinbrenner’s corpse spinning faster than a Cuisinart blender on “liquify.” We also know that Jonathan Lucroy thinks […]

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Worst Team in Sports, NBA Free Agents, Death Streak 2016

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EL BRONX, EL BARRIO – A belated Happy 4th of July, to all!  It is not easy coming up to bat on the day after America’s Birthday, mainly because people are in recovery from food and drinking binges and blowing fingers off… but let’s hope there is room to talk sports. Today’s topics are: Death’s […]

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Ebs’ Hot Takes: MLB Talk re Yanks, Trout, Mets, A-Rod, Jurickson Profar

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BALLSTON SPA – With the NBA and NHL seasons finally in the rear-view mirror and NFL training camps a couple of months away, all the attention is on Major League Baseball. Finally! That means this week’s Ebs’ Hot Takes are too! Call up Aaron Judge: The Bronx Bombers scored no more than two runs in each […]

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Goof Balls and Curve Balls: Dr Diz on Lefties and Beer

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FT. WORTH, TX – It’s that time of year where an old man’s mind starts to wander… to daydream… to think about nicer things. Booze and baseball. Yep, time for spring training and then opening day, aided  and abetted by two of the nations three favorite drinkin’ holidays….St. Patrick’s Day and Cinco de Mayo. Yippee! […]

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Summer of Cheese: Roger Clemens, Nick Saban, Andre Reed and Newport

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YELLOW KNIFE, NORTHWEST TERRITORY – What’s a guy to do in the middle of July who doesn’t follow baseball? The weather has been absolutely beautiful over an early summer span without a heat spell to speak of, and is keeping things copasetic… despite the sports void. Morning coffee on the patio and early evening cold […]

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