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Belmont Stakes, Earl Campbell, Bobby Orr, NHL Playoffs Covid Chaos

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SHOHOLA, PA – Saturday was a beautiful, three-hour escape from all things troubling in our world. A truncated 152nd running of the Belmont Stakes was run and a handful of other races were televised as well, albeit in the barren Long Island landscape that I’ve come to love over my lifetime. Anybody who knows me […]

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MLB Covid 100, Derek Jeter Not Getting In Hall of Fame

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NEW YORK, NY – For those expecting to see an in-depth look at the Philadelphia Eagles draft haul (it was awful) here today, apologies. Big-time Iggles fan, Buddy Diaz, is dealing with the loss of a close friend and asked for a pinch-hitter. So, here I am, a virtual Dave Kingman, stepping into the box; […]

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Yankees Will Lose Because of Joe Biden. Plus: Goose Gossage, Tim Tebow, Mets

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NOTE: The Coronavirus is NOT something Mets fans have been suffering with, like Bell’s Palsy, for all but two year years of the team’s existence. CORONA [QUEENS], NY – The planets are all aligning, Ladies and Germs. (Too soon for Coronavirus jokes?) Further, via Scientific Method we are able to predict/hypothesize with 93.6% accuracy the […]

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Cheesy Bruin’s FREE NFL Picks, NFL Notes and Banter

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – Week #15 on the 15th day of December. Are you into numerology? Then maybe Dwayne Haskins and other uniform-numbered 15’s make themselves difference makers today! But I seriously doubt that. The numbers that hit my core come from Las Vegas in the form of football pointspreads. I know my record this season […]

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Sports Rain Man: NY Jets Own NY, League Worst Knicks, Brodie’s Beltran

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – I swapped with the boss because I was so swamped with work on Friday and I had work Saturday morning. So here I am up late Sunday night because I had my birthday drinks and celebrations Saturday night and it took me all of Sunday to recover.  With that, here […]

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Sports Beer Talk: Phils Phlopping, Robbie Cano, Bryce Harper, Todd Frazier

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PHILTHYDELPHIA, PA – As The Boys of Summer set to sprint to the finish (not you, Robbie Cano), bolstered or inspired by an influx of interlopers/call-ups ready to take jobs away, three players stand out as instrumental in their respective team’s fate. And after a few dozen beers in the past [fill in a number] […]

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Replaceable Friday: MLB Trade Deadline or how the NY Mets will s— the bed once again

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PUNXSUTAWNEY, PA So the call comes in last night… its the chief…uhh Different Matt is on a plane to Iceland, can you do the column? Some charmed life my fellow pundits live, jetting off to Reykjavik on the drop off a hat. Concording to Paris to watch a soccer match. How quaint it must be. […]

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Replaceable Friday: A Column for the Blind – And NY Sports Fans

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GARDEN STATE – For this week’s column I’d like to start off with a little ditty: Replacement Matt-y, Writing a column that no one will read, Why does he plead? Anyway… Here is my column on a day when everyone is recovering from their 4th of July revelations and not a one will look at […]

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Stupid Puig, Scalped Chiefs Reporter, Nets Haul Big Fish, Mets Tears

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NEW YORK, NY – Wow! We barely slept after all the excitement this weekend in the sports world, kicked off by Different Matt’s Puck Head piece on Friday and followed up by Rain Man Junoir Blaber’s eloquence yesterday. But dagnabbit, there are some other big stories to take a gander at: Stupid Puig, Chiefs Scalp […]

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Sports Rain Man: What A Week For The New York Metropolitans!

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – Happy Memorial Day weekend. I want to say two things before I get to the sports: 1) Thank you to all the descendants and relatives of soldiers that have that died in battle. The sacrifice in the name of the country, whether draft or volunteer, is always to be commended […]

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