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NY Jets QB Controversy, Trout Hooks A Sucker, End Of Baseball

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NEW YORK, NY – So far the Memorial Day Weekend is off to a sluggish, damp start here in NYC. For our local fans, that could mean sitting in a beach-side parking lot waiting/hoping for the weather to lift. You’re out there now because NY beaches will only allow 50% capacity. It also means you’re […]

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Sports-Less Landscape? Watch “Bad Lieutenant’s” Best Fictional Sports Moment

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COVID COUNTY, USA – Welcome to Memorial Day Weekend, where we look forward to BBQ’s, MLB baseball, NHL and NBA playoffs… oh wait, none of those things are on tap anymore. Oh well, we can watch some reruns of old games. Wait… I guess Horse Racing is happening now? Well, in the spirit segues from […]

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Best MLB News Ever? Alex Rodriguez, Pox On Queens Tim Tebow, Masked Singer

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NOTE: Our man Cheesy Bruin got some less-than-stellar news on the health front. Let’s raise our glasses to his full and speedy return to the proverbial rotation. CORONA, NY – No, this is not where the #Coronavirus originated. It is, however, where a pox on the borough of Queens and Mets fans everywhere was about […]

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Replacement Matt: Korean Baseball, The Last Dance, Iconic Announcers Calling Video Games

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LOCK’D, NJ –  As we approach our umpteenth week indoors, I think we can all collectively state we have lost our goddamn minds. When I read an article on The Athletic that Gary Cohen is excited to call video games for the network, you know things are bleak. When we are excited to get up […]

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No Kentucky Derby: Cheesy Bruin’s Horse Sense & Horse Sh!t

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – I really have to hand it to the crack staff of contributors of this sports website for churning out some top notch efforts on a daily basis without our favorite subjects. Kudos to you all! This is the first weekend in May and yesterday would have been the first Triple Crown race […]

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Sports Returning Soon-ish? The Quiet Will Echo

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THE LIVING ROOM, NY – We’ve now gone almost two months without sports and it doesn’t look like things will be getting back to normal any time soon. While some sports like golf, NASCAR, and UFC have announced plans to restart without fans in the near future, the way forward for MLB, the NHL, and […]

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Alternative Celebrity Owners For Mets, Knicks & Cowboys. Denzel, Alicia, Judd?

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FLUSHING, NY – Even in the bowels and shadows of La Guardia Airport, The Sun Also Rises. And it has, finally, making the entire borough of Queens look significantly better. Sure, it’s still colder than normal and the virus has the streets 90% empty – or 10% full – depending on your perspective… but today […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Mets Mishigas, Gronk Goes Gulfing, and Nothing About the NFL Draft

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PALM BEACH, FL – So, the NFL Draft is tomorrow night, and I’ve kinda been laying off writing about it. For one, we’ve got other guys here like Ben Whitney, Buddy Diaz, and Junoir Blaber, who have more to say on the subject than I do. Also, no one wants to hear a Viking fan’s take […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Pete LaCock, Jeff Wilpon, Gorman Thomas, Covid-19 – Are You Intrigued Yet?

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PALM BEACH, FL – What to say? I’m thinking about the fact that we are all sheltering in, at least the smart ones. I’m currently in a state with a Governor that was most likely voted in by a sh!t-ton of senior citizens and is still not taking this thing seriously. As Ben Whitney pointed […]

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Sports Quarantine Solutions: LeBron, NHL in Yellowknife, MLB Moves To Florida

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NEW PESTILENCE, NJ – Happy Friday everyone, in The Land That Time Forgot. Days of the week mean nothing while sitting home for the umpteenth day running home school and wondering if everything you experience is a symptom of the bug. But enough about that noise, let’s talk about the world we wished we still […]

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