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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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MLB, NBA, NHL to Resume? Not Without Money Problems. Blake Snell, LeBron

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SPANISH HARLEM – The NBA, MLB and NHL have all had plans to resume or start their season at some point this season. While many people thought – and still believe – that we won’t have any sports whatsoever, I see the effort being made by these organizations to eventually get their product on the […]

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Sports Mash Unit: Teams That Won Without Injured Stars

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COVID CENTRAL, NYC – As we continue to navigate this hazy, blurred maze of The Covid Zone, our staff has taken turns on the DL IL in unprecedented fashion… and not because of the Coronavirus. Buddy Diaz rightfully needed a spot starter when he lost a friend. Our resident tough guy, Cheesy Bruin, missed a […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Mets Pest, Football Feeds, and Other Things I’ll Be Missing

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STILL IN FLORIDA – So much news to report. Let’s get to it! For those of you who don’t know, Publix is a huge Supermarket chain mostly in Florida, but in the South in general. It’s clean, the employees are ridiculously personable, and you can drive a Semi down the frozen food aisle while maintaining […]

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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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Reformed Gambler Weakening, NFL Draft, Batman

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – Seinfeld was said to be a show about nothing and I can relate to this because I truly have nothing to write about with this Sports Pandemic hovering over sports lovers. I’m gonna try just the same with a few random thoughts. Daytime television absolutely bites. It doesn’t matter how many times […]

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Big Ben Tuesday: Looking For a Return to Normalcy Through New York Sports

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Quarantine Log – Week 72, Day 4,209. My yard has never looked so good. I’ve listened to a year’s worth of saved podcasts and binge watched everything recommended by anyone I’ve ever met. I’ve heard Into the Unknown from Frozen 2 enough to make me want to jam ice picks in my ears. I’ve crunched […]

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Covid-19 Fever: Three Best Players To Wear 19. Gwynn and ???

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NEW YORK, NY – If the viral global virus that has all of us staring at each other, sizing one and other up and down, lists 8th Floor Studio Apartment Fever as a symptom, then yours infectedly needs to visit [Bob] Apodaca’s Apothecary. Did I mention a dog that is suddenly and alarmingly drinking water […]

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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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