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Angry Ward Wednesday: Black Baseball Players, Better Football Uniforms and Let’s All Hate the Islanders Again!

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NEW YORK, NY – With sports being played in the afternoon, people getting shot right and left, and sharks taking the beaches back and biting people in half, my long wait for a return to 1970s normalcy is over. Can the re-pornification of Times Square be far behind? Let’s hope so. And, since we’re rethinking and […]

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Big Ben: Bombers Bombing in Bumpy Season, Rangers on the Brink, Swan Song for The King

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STAMFORD CT – The New York Yankees are storming through a season that might get shut down before it gets going. The New York Rangers are one game away from being ousted in a Stanley Cup tournament that looks like it will have a champion. I might be a week or so away from going […]

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Sports Rain Man: NY Mets, NY Jets, NY Rangers, Carole Scarsella’s Buffalo Obituary

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – Happy Monday… Sports are definitely back in the post COVID way. It is weird abbreviated version but at least WE GOT SPORTS! It gives us something to talk about rather than the woeful response from the World’s [Alleged] Most Advanced Country. Anyway, here is what is on deck for today:  […]

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Jonathan Isaac, Slim Sabathia, MLB Alternate Programming

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COVID BUBBLE, FL – The out-of-whack continues to permeate the air of Zombie Apocalypse Earth. Before the asteroid hits, let’s get to today’s topics: Jonathan Isaac, Slim Sabathia, MLB Alternate Programming Jonathan Isaac stood for The National Anthem. That is now a gasp-inducing headline in our topsy-turvy world. For those of you living in a […]

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COVID-19 Hits Baseball… What Do We Do Next?

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SPANISH HARLEM – The baseball world was turned upside down this week and dealt with its first major Covid-19 issue. The Florida Marlins had about half its team test positive for the virus and stunted a couple of teams in the process, including the New York Yankees, who were to play the Philadelphia Phillies on […]

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Autonomous Ward: Kill Your Sports Darlings… At Least for One Week

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BRONX, NY – It’s Wednesday July 29, in Year Zero. Yep, this is the year we were forced to unplug the world, in hopes that it would just reboot and correct itself when we plugged it back in. So far, I’m not convinced. It feels to me like we’re starting from scratch, blindly trying to cobble […]

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Big Ben Tuesday: Hiding from ‘Rona in NHL Bubble, Yankees Pitching Problems

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STAMFORD, CT – Friday was my 10-year wedding anniversary. My wife and I both forgot. #2020. The big news is several thousand Florida Marlins tested positive and the baseball season is already in jeopardy. God, I’m sick of this crap. I really want to write about our inept government response on every level and the […]

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Sports Return: New Team Names, NHL Seattle, Washington Football Club, Fauci vs Dell’Abate

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SLEEPY, NJ – Welcome, finally, to an exciting weekend. Yes, sports have returned. We have something to nourish our empty souls; previously filled with unmarked federal agents and wind-bag officials. Major League Baseball kicked things off  and soon the NHL and NBA tournaments will be upon us. The real world is sure to interfere with […]

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Replacement Fans, Replacement Players? Doesn’t Matter. MLB, NBA, LeBron, Giancarlo, Jake Are Back

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WASHINGTON, DC – With Replacement Matt forgetting his replacement duties today, the term “replacement” is on my mind. But despite that and despite concerns that an imposter took over POTUS Trump’s body during a kinder & gentler press conference that should have us prepared for a proverbial pie in the face, we finally have live […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Who’s Managing the Mets?, No Fans for Giants or Jets, and Jays Look for a New Nest

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BRONX, NY – As my colleague in blogging poverty Ben Whitney mentioned yesterday, there’s actually quite a bit of sports news percolating these dog days of summer. It turns out that not a single NBA player in the Bubble tested positive for COVID-19 during the most recent round of tests, so I’ll continue to leave […]

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