Tag: Pete Alonso

Big Ben Tuesday: Sports are Almost Back – Weirdness in the NBA Bubble, NHL August Insanity, Short MLB Season with Quirks

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The Bubble with Ugly Anna, Undisclosed Location: Don’t look now folks, but we are a mere two days from baseball and a little over a week away from basketball and hockey. Giddy effin up. Our national nightmare of no team sports is nearly over. NBA players didn’t hesitate to start whining about the torturous conditions […]

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A Bard For The Yips, Harden’s Blue Mask, NL’s Best Team

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NEW YORK, NY – It’s hot here in Hell’s Kitchen and it’s only going to get hotter tomorrow. You can see that wave of heat off the black top on Tenth Avenue – there ain’t no Freeze-Out, Boss. Anyway, it’s now the middle of summer and finally, at long last, we will have some Major […]

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Eli Manning Retires, New York Mets Hire a New Manager

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SPANISH HARLEM – On Wednesday, the New York Mets and the New York Giants received some big news for their respective teams. Eli Manning decided to retire as a Giant instead of testing free agency, which should make you happy if you’re a big fan of his. For the Mets, they finally found a manager […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Zeke Ztill Ztinks, Fizzy Going Flat, Polar Bear Named ROY

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BRRRONX, NY – The Northeast has gone from 70 degrees on Halloween to Ice Station Zebra in a matter of a couple of weeks. The cold isn’t for everyone, but I sure don’t mind. Bring it on! If I didn’t enjoy seasonal change I’d live in some hellscape like Yuma. Watching the Packers and Panthers […]

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Replacement Matt Friday: Scoreboard Watching, Danny Dimes, Future of Mets

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EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ – As the Major League Baseball season comes to its final days, the New York Mets continue to tease their fan base – that maybe they have more than a pulse. To do so a miracle of miracles must occur: They pretty much have to win out the rest of the season […]

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Replacement Matt Friday: Sh*tty Start To NFL Season, Mets Fans Stages of Met Grief

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EYE OF HURRICANE, ATLANTIC OCEAN – Hey Kids! Ya miss me? I’m back with another edition of stuff for my massive fanbase and readership. It’s getting so huge I think I’m on the verge of being an influencer and will have companies hurling tons of free sh– my way. Time for the endorsement train to […]

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Snap-Of-A-Finger Sports Edition: Colts, Mets, Jets Impacted In Snap

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – Just like that, the unofficial end of summer is here and along with it there are sports-related stories that have seemingly come to an end as well. The New York Mets. Poof. In the span of six home games against two teams ahead of them in the standings, the Braves and fellow […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Pete Alonso Socks, Daniel Jones Sucks(?), and Former Mets are Dealin’!

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BRONX, NY – I’m back in the New York groove. A little over a week in Florida was plenty. Among my insanely predictable takeaways, this so-called “battleground state” now seems mostly red (maybe it’s the sun), and I am now fully retired from going to Orlando theme parks. I’d sooner buy my daughter a pony […]

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NY Mets, NY Jets and The Red Devils

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – I have teams in every sport. However, there are only three teams currently in-season or pre-season. So today’s topics will be about  the three teams that are playing. On Today’s me is: NY Mets, NY Jets and The Red Devils. The NY Mets:  So the Mets have won 14 of their […]

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Can Second Fiddle Mets Make MLB Playoffs, After Mickey Callaway and Jason Vargas Exlpode?

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – It has to be difficult to share the same city with the New York Yankees, especially when it seems as though the Evil Empire does everything correctly, while you drown in a sea of mediocrity or abject failure year after agonizing year. This monumental pressure seems to be getting to the field […]

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