Tag: Keith Hernandez

Angry Ward Wednesday: Zona Wieners, Sour Giants, and Other Sports Food Outlets

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WHATEVER, USA – It’s exciting to hear that parts of the country are opening up again, giving people in places like Apalachicola and Driftwood Beach the chance to enjoy golf and all-you-can-eat popcorn shrimp and getting each other sick as f**k. C’mon baby, let the good times roll. It’s time for your moment on the BIG […]

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Sign Stealing: How Much Does It Matter?

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“Houston, we’ve had a problem here.” – John (“Jack”) Swigert NEW YORK, NY – The above quote is the actual representation of the oft-used historic phrase used in the Apollo 13 mission for NASA. Jim Lovell, when asked to repeat what Swigert had just said by Ground Control, said “Uh, Houston, we’ve had a problem.” […]

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Ron Darling, Jim Kelly, Lance Armstrong: Understanding Athletes. Understanding Cancer

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – It was recently announced that former New York Mets pitcher and current team broadcaster Ron Darling has thyroid cancer. From what I know, this form of cancer has a very high success rate. But what concerns me for Darling is the removal of a mass in his chest. Whatever the situation he […]

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Big Ben Tuesday: Athlete Cameos on Popular TV Shows I’d Like to See

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Stamford, CT: I caught a little of the brilliant 1992 Keith Hernandez episode on Seinfield. It made me wonder what other athletes would be good candidates to make cameos on popular TV shows. Let’s see where this goes. Big Bang Theory – Brad “The Rat” Marchand: Who would fit in better with a bunch of […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Yankee Dopes, Rusty on the Ropes, Other Anti Social Behavior

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BRONX, NY – Just recently I decided to take a break from so-called “social media” and revert to my Unabomber-like anti-tech roots and, you know what, it’s been pretty goddamn glorious. There’s just way too many people putting in their 2 cents on everything pretty much all the time these days. Whether or not I agree […]

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2018 Top Five MLB Questions Answered: Wright, Stanton, Bumgarner, Harper, Longoria

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NEW YORK, NY – The literal and figurative Hot Stoves are working overtime this week, especially in the northeast’s  bomb cyclone areas. With Spring Training but 3 fortnights away, MLB GMs are calling texting (see this) each other with hypothetical deals and promising propositions (Sandy Alderson aside, of course), that have us fans on the […]

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Yankees Panic: Wacky List of Joe Girardi Replacements, Roger, Goose, Hillman, Deion, Keith

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DENVER, CO – From the moment I heard The Cashman cashed out Joe G, all I could thing about were the litany of suitable replacements on the market.  There are former player options (Jay Bell, David Cone), current coach options (Al Pedrique, Rob Thompson), coaches from other teams (John Farrell, Mike Matheny) and maybe even […]

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Big Ben Yankee Playoff Special – ALCS Game 3 Diary

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Bronx, NY: The New York Yankees vs the Houston Astros in Game 3, as it happened. With their backs against the wall, it’s a must-win for the Yanks. Let’s get to it. 7:15: The wife is out and but I somehow manage to get my twin ten month old girls down without much of a fight. And […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Warriors, Mets, Yanks and Keith Hernandez Slowly Killing Me

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BRONX, NY – Watching sports on TV is often like a truly awful drug experience or a week-long bender drinking nothing but Milwaukee’s Best. Short Matt and I have a friend (let’s call him Mickey) who was the first to disdainfully ask: “How can you spend all this time watching sports on TV?” At the […]

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Tanaka and Harvey Injured? Season of Worry

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NEW YORK, NY – While editing a Rugby Wrap Up video covering a match between Greenwich High School’s Cardinals (not the singularly snotty Cardinal) and the Xavier Road Warriors (they literally have no home field) that drew 3,000 fans – three thousand – we had the Mets game on in the background. And while we […]

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