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Angry Ward Wednesday: Black Baseball Players, Better Football Uniforms and Let’s All Hate the Islanders Again!

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NEW YORK, NY – With sports being played in the afternoon, people getting shot right and left, and sharks taking the beaches back and biting people in half, my long wait for a return to 1970s normalcy is over. Can the re-pornification of Times Square be far behind? Let’s hope so. And, since we’re rethinking and […]

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Autonomous Ward: Kill Your Sports Darlings… At Least for One Week

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BRONX, NY – It’s Wednesday July 29, in Year Zero. Yep, this is the year we were forced to unplug the world, in hopes that it would just reboot and correct itself when we plugged it back in. So far, I’m not convinced. It feels to me like we’re starting from scratch, blindly trying to cobble […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Who’s Managing the Mets?, No Fans for Giants or Jets, and Jays Look for a New Nest

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BRONX, NY – As my colleague in blogging poverty Ben Whitney mentioned yesterday, there’s actually quite a bit of sports news percolating these dog days of summer. It turns out that not a single NBA player in the Bubble tested positive for COVID-19 during the most recent round of tests, so I’ll continue to leave […]

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Angry Ward: More Mets Ownership Players Emerge

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BRONX, NY – Is it my turn already? F**k! (*deep breath*) Okay, I can do this. It’s been a tumultuous last 24 hours, and not just because the world is on fire and idiots are running everything and we’re all gonna die real soon. No, gentle reader, there’s an even greater disturbance in the universe… […]

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Angry Ward: Your Baseball Team’s New Pandemic Name

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BRONX, NY – You know what I really love about writing these posts for this site; I mean besides the great pay, travel, and benefits? I love these opening paragraphs, where you just try to throw in enough words so that the “meat” of your article doesn’t appear in those few “preview” lines on the homepage […]

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Angry Ward: Ian Desmond Opts Out, Newton Goes New England and Carl Reiner Leaves Us Laughing

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BRONX, NY – Welcome to July, b!tches! How does it feel to be done with June and only have roughly two more months of summer to kill before we find out that football is officially cancelled and every state declares all narcotics legal? In the meantime, we are all still going through the motions with […]

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Angry Ward: Baseball is Back, NHL Ready to Rumble, and Other Sports Thoughts

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BRONX, NY – As we all enter into summer like we’re serving out a prison sentence, I can’t help but chuckle at this site’s tagline: Where Sports Get Funny. Is there anything all that funny these days? I mean besides Trump drawing fewer fans to his Tulsa circle jerk than a Miami Marlins home game in September. Now […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Kyrie, Manfred, and Football’s Follies – Sports are Still a Mess

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BRONX, NY – So much going on in sports these days and, like the world itself, not much of it is good. If you get your rocks off to golf or twist your nipples watching NASCAR, then you’re pretty much set. But if you’re still patiently waiting on the return of basketball and hockey and the […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Let the Healing Begin with Cowboy Kaepernick, Disco Era Baseball and Bugs Bunny

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BRONX, NY – I’m going to do my best to follow Ben Whitney’s lead and try to keep things positive this week. As Cheesy Bruin and my brother navigate their own paths to recovery, and America tries to heal both its mental and physical wounds, the last thing we need is me complaining about the baseball […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Stinky Sports Movies to Help You Forget Our Stinkier World

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BRONX (IS BURNING), NY – You know, I kept saying that this summer in NYC could shape up very much like 1977, and we’ve already got the looting piece covered on our bingo cards. All we need now is a blackout (I think this is a slam dunk), the Yankees making a run (if baseball […]

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