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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: Derek, Zion, Freddie, and Super Bowl Ready

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BRONX, NY – I’m back from self-imposed exile and, to borrow from legendary sports enthusiast Barry Manilow, ready to take a chance again. There’s plenty to talk about today, and none of it involves a bunch of absolute losers in Virginia who like dressing up as G.I. Joes but would piss themselves silly if they ever […]

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Big Ben Special: St Louis Blues 1 Win From Stanley Cup as Berube Works Over Refs

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BOSTON, MA – The Blues won game 5 in Boston, 2-1, taking a 3 games to 2 lead in the Stanley Cup Finals. The game was not without controversy as the refs kept their whistles in their pockets for several plays that could have been penalties. After St. Louis Blues coach Craig Berube complained about […]

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Angry Ward: Trout Fishing Tips for Anxious Anglers…. and Red Sox vs Yanks

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BRONX, NY – The Yankees and Red Sox renewed pleasantries once again this week, so I’ve decided to devote today’s column exclusively to trout fishing. Whether in streams, lakes or ponds, trout fishing can sometimes prove challenging to even the most experienced anglers. I’m a reminded of this one time when me and my buddy Gunrack […]

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David Wright, Wrestlemania! Oh, and ESPN Still Sucks

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SANDS POINT, NY – Sunday night was sheer bedlam at The FSA Compound. The day started with hellacious winds that overwhelmed even the vaunted preparation of the Long Island Power Authority (LIPA). The normally stalwart utility – that rose to fame during SuperStorm Sandy three plus years back – saw over 25,000 “customers” on Long […]

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Famous Sports Mouths: Ali, Cosell and Tony Gwynn?

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NEW YORK, NY – Today marks the beginning of Oral, Head and Neck Cancer Awareness Week, which ends on April 18th. This is a cause hitting close to home for me, being a two-time survivor of the disease and having family succumb to these types of cancer. It would be selfish of me not to […]

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Wally World, Sad Sack Diamondbacks and State Hypocrisy called Arizona Ruining Mets?

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PHOENIX, AZ – Of all the things for which I have mercilessly blasted Sandy Alderson during his tenure as Mets GM, perhaps the one that leaves me most bitter is this fact: As long as this Nonagenarian is running the show in Flushing, Wally Backman will never be Manager of the New York Mets. As […]

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50 Excuses Melky Cabrera Could Have Made

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ALCATRAZ, CA – In the wake of another disgusting infringement upon the integrity of the game of baseball, a new stone has been turned over. Melky Cabrera essentially committed himself to the public opinion death penalty but he did the right thing and immediately came out and owned his wrongdoing. Since half of  San Francisco is on testosterone to […]

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MCGWIRE OUT OF CLOSET; PALOOKAVILLE READY

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“If I didn’t get immunity, I could face prosecution. And here I am sitting there and wanting to tell my story. There were two scenarios. But the immunity didn’t come through. So, I sat there and said, ‘I didn’t want to talk about the past.” -Mark McGwire PALOOKAVILLE, USA – One week we’re preaching forgiveness […]

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