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Patty Nice Gets Paid, Bruins Get Stick Shafted in NHL Playoffs

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SHOHOLA, PA – My apologies to the staff here at MTM for last week’s alcohol-induced absence. It’s somewhat of a good thing when your birthday is two days before the birth of America but there’s hell to pay when the holiday weekend is over. Speaking of over, I couldn’t get over the fattest sports contract […]

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Teams With Best Chance Of Winning NBA Title This Season

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SPANISH HARLEM – The start of the NBA season almost upon us and while there are still games to determine what teams make the Playoffs, we do know what teams are the favorites and what teams are on the bubble (see what I did there?). Home court advantage is basically non-existent due to the fact […]

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Breaking Mets News: Bidding Opens Up. Cohen Back At Table. Jimmy Kimmel 30 for 30 on ’86 Mets

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COVIDIA, USA – Welcome to Friday folks. We’ve made it through another week without being besieged by Boogaloo Bois and Karens, congratulations! Anyway… As the return of actual sports seems just around the corner, today I bring you news on the mighty New York Metropolitans, the proud NL NYC Ballclub. Not only do the Metsies […]

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Poison Ivy League, Funday With LJ, Sid Luckman, Miami Heat or… Cream?

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PRINCETON, NJ – When you are running a sports website of passionate sports pundits working “for the love of the game,” rising with the sun and turning the phone on can often be like a less macho version of Russian Roulette. You never know if the chamber is full until you rifle through texts/emails to […]

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Big Ben: Trump’s Idiotic Suggestions for the Redskins, Indians, and Bubba Wallace

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STAMFORD, CT – Well folks, as we stumble into July the prospects of watching team sports has brightened slightly, but the damn virus is still on everybody’s mind. Our government’s response has been as graceful and sure-footed as Jose Canseco tracking a fly ball in right. And it all started at the top, with an […]

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Sports Rain Man: Washington Senators, Joey Chestnut & the Restart Bubble

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – Happy post-4th of July celebration. This will go down as the weirdest in my life and I am sure you can add to the weirdness of it all, living in the middle of the Covid. Here are the topics for today: Washington Senators, Joey Chestnut & the Restart Bubble. Washington […]

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Grinding Ax: Quarantine Sports til 2021!!!

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MURPHY’S MOUTH, NJ – Time to Quarantine Sports! With all the conflicting stories, opinions and divisive behavior in the air , I am calling on all citizens to demand a blanket quarantine of professional sports until 2021.  Listening to multi-millionaires whine about how they are being treated and not being paid enough to play abbreviated […]

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Mike Trout Not Hooked, Mike Gundy Eats A Million Wieners, Trump Guilfoyle’d, Joey Chestnut

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CONEY ISLAND, NY – With the annual Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest creating a buzz for needy, sports-deprived suckers everywhere, there’s a lot to cover! Let’s get to today’s headline: Trout Not Hooked, Trump Guilfoyle’d, Gundy Eats A Million Wieners… Trout Not Hooked Ruh-roh. The Trout(s) are spawning and the papa is wiggling on […]

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Covid Prop Bets: Which Sport Will Stop Their Season First?

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SH*T HOLE COUNTRY, USA – As we enter into Fourth of July weekend and the inevitable spike in cases, I’d like to take a look at prop betting on sports restart and stops that should be coming in the next month or so. Which Sport Will Stop Their Season First? NBA 15-1 MLB 25-1 NHL […]

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Top 3 Questions for New York Yankees Fans as Baseball Resumes

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SPANISH HARLEM – Yesterday marked the first day baseball players were able to begin the second part of what is normally called Spring Training. I’m sure guys were working out and getting their pitching or hitting in before but now it will be more accustomed to what they are used to. Teams will have most […]

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