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Sports Rain Man: No College Football, COVID Cards Folding MLB Season, NBA Playoffs

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – Happy Monday… Here we are after enjoying another weekend of sports… in some Covid version. These renditions suck but they are the best we got until things get back to normal. I hear the over/under is 2 years for that.   Anyway, here is what is on deck for today:  No […]

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Blades Of Glory, Leafs To Turn Over Again, Covid Cup Playoffs, NHL Gambling Tips

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – There are certain movies that just suck you in to the point where there are better things to watch or more importantly do, but eschewing better judgment I opted for the figure skating farce Blades Of Glory. I needed humor after seeing the Boston Bruins in their first two exhibition game losses […]

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Our Kids’ Kids’ Terrifying Future: Mark McGwire, Kanye West, XFL, ST. Louis Blues, Joe Namath?

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DENVER, CO – Where in the world is Carmen San Diego?  Where’s Waldo?  Who Framed Roger Rabbit? Dude, Where’s my Car?  What’s Eating Gilbert Grape?  Why is San Diego’s mascot a Chicken? Why doesn’t The Chicken wear a Padres uniform?  Why did Payne Stewart’s plane depressurize?  Who let the dogs out? Why didn’t OJ’s glove […]

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The Good and Bad Of Hiring Tom Thibodeau

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SPANISH HARLEM – Last week, the New York Knicks announced that they were hiring Tom Thibodeau to be their next head coach. This was no surprise, as Thibbs has been the favorite for months – more so because of his relationship with the Knicks new President, Leon Rose. Rose was Thibbs’ agent while Rose was […]

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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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Big Ben: Bombers Bombing in Bumpy Season, Rangers on the Brink, Swan Song for The King

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STAMFORD CT – The New York Yankees are storming through a season that might get shut down before it gets going. The New York Rangers are one game away from being ousted in a Stanley Cup tournament that looks like it will have a champion. I might be a week or so away from going […]

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Sports Rain Man: NY Mets, NY Jets, NY Rangers, Carole Scarsella’s Buffalo Obituary

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – Happy Monday… Sports are definitely back in the post COVID way. It is weird abbreviated version but at least WE GOT SPORTS! It gives us something to talk about rather than the woeful response from the World’s [Alleged] Most Advanced Country. Anyway, here is what is on deck for today:  […]

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Hockey, Hockey and… More Hockey!

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SHOHOLA, PA – Yesterday was like Christmas morning for puckheads like me. Outside of sleeping pretty late (10:00) for the hockey holiday, I prepared myself for the day ahead by taking my lady and her three girls for brunch at the local Perkins restaurant. My menu choice? The corned beef hash and eggs that came […]

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Jonathan Isaac, Slim Sabathia, MLB Alternate Programming

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COVID BUBBLE, FL – The out-of-whack continues to permeate the air of Zombie Apocalypse Earth. Before the asteroid hits, let’s get to today’s topics: Jonathan Isaac, Slim Sabathia, MLB Alternate Programming Jonathan Isaac stood for The National Anthem. That is now a gasp-inducing headline in our topsy-turvy world. For those of you living in a […]

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Baseball Teeters on Brink re Miami Outbreak as NBA, NHL Resume Seasons

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NEW YORK, NY – We are just a week into the shortened 2020 MLB season and things are already coming off the rails. The Miami Marlins have had 17 players and 2 staff members test positive for COVID since opening day. Now the Phillies, Yankees, and Orioles have had their seasons disrupted because of the […]

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