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The World Baseball Classic and It’s One Big Flaw

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SPANISH HARLEM, NY – The World Baseball Classic has given us some great baseball recently. The intensity and joy I see from fans and players is truly something to behold. Its baseball with an international touch; fans aren’t rooting for their favorite players or teams, they are rooting for their country. As a New Yorican […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Owners, Golfers, Flynns and Other Heartless Sports

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BRONX, NY – Writing this on Valentine’s Day night and, for once, it’s a welcome distraction. My kid’s been eating candy all day and I need to tune out the sugar-charged hyperactivity. Since it’s V-Day, I’ve decided to focus on matters of the heart or, rather, lack thereof. Sports Owners. At the top of the list […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Ryan, Dykstra, Kemp and Other Trump Cabinet Choices

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BRONX, NY – Just recently, President-Elect Donald Trump’s top advisors (aka: Gingrich, Giuliani and the rest of the GOP walking dead) told Mr. Trump that it would be prudent to start thinking about his cabinet. Being the shrewd politico that he is, Donny hopped in his car and headed on over to IKEA. After purchasing […]

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Stuck In the Middle With You: Trump as Ryan Leaf, Rex Ryan and Miami Marlins

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EL BRONX, EL BARRIO – I got a text last night that said “People are saying that Junior is pinch hitting tomorrow.” For once these alleged people are correct. That’s right, here I am and I am taking this piece into the Land of Politics and I don’t care about the repercussions. With that, my […]

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Cheesy Bruin’s Weekly Free NFL Picks. Tim Tebow to Jets? Cubs Win?!

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ENGLISHTOWN, NJ – I’m feeling out of sorts as I pen today’s effort.  Maybe it has to do with eating a pie plate full of pasta with Bolognese sauce for dinner last night but I’ll never admit to that. Maybe I’m not feeling so confident about today’s picks, due to my gustatory endeavors or going […]

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Cleveland Cavaliers: Pondering LeBron and Return to Decades of Losing

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With the injuries mounting, Junoir Blaber will be back on Tuesday, subbing for Big Al Sternberg – who is out with “body knocks.” Thankfully, we have newbie Ben Whitney to step right in, following fellow rookie, Buddy Diaz. WESTCHESTER, NY  – Congrats to the Cleveland Cavaliers! They ended a long string of heartbreaking defeats with […]

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The David Wright Conspiracy

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FLUSHING, NY – What you are about to read about a very likable person, even if he wasn’t the face of a professional sports franchise, may be disconcerting. It may make you wriggle in your seat, scoff at its absurdity and cast stones at this writer/Wrighter/righter… Take your pick, your humble scribe is ready for […]

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Harvey, High School Politics, Video Game Movies and Jeff Spicoli

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EL BARRIO, EL BRONX – I decided to treat today’s article a bit differently. I decide to go all Angry Ward like and mix in current events and sports. High School Redux: It may just be me but this year’s presidential election process reminds me of my HS elections. After being class president during my […]

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Who had Yale? Anyone have Yale in the NCAA Tourney?!?

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Ottumwa, IA—The NCAAs are off and flying! How did yesterday’s 1st round games go down?Well…Are we all supposed to feel good about Yale “upsetting” Baylor in the first round of this year’s NCAA college basketball tournament?  I don’t. If you look at the “pedigrees” of some of these Yalies, you’d see what I see. The […]

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Of Stuck Pigs and the New Cuban Missile Crisis

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Riviera Beach, FL—It’s a lot of fun until someone gets stuck in the eye. Or just plain stuck. As in a “stuck pig.” More on that in a moment. In his quest to ingratiate himself to teammates this Spring, Mets slugger Yoenis Cespedes will seemingly stop at nothing. Cespedes as you know is from Cuba. […]

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