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Sunday Coronavirus Sports Editorial: Charlie Finley, MLB Monopoly, The Who?

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – Do sports fans return after quarantine and the ultimate (hopeful) resumption of our sports leagues? Unsure of a great deal other than our entertainment at the moment, the thought has crossed my mind a time or three. Will an audience actually attend venues or just sit in their living rooms watching games? […]

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Infectious Buddy Diaz re NBA Tourney-Style Season, Rangers Winning Stanley Cup, MLB Twin Bill Madness

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SPANISH HARLEM – Its been about two weeks since all sports ceased and it has been difficult for someone like me. All I do is read watch and read about sports. I even stay updated on WWE wrestling even though I don’t watch every show. The landscape has changed; instead of looking forward to the […]

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NFL Trades, Clayton Kershaw to Boston, Snake Plissken

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FLU CENTRAL – As things go bat-sh!t crazy across the globe and NYC more resembles Snake Plissken’s version than Frank Sinatra’s in New York, New York, yours truly types this worried about the MTM Family. Today’s scheduled starter, Different Matt, is MIA. He also lives somewhere north of Bronxville, so he may be “on containment.” […]

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NFL News: Malcolm Jenkins, Tom Brady and Nick Foles

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SPANISH HARLEM –Like Angry Ward alluded to yesterday… Thank god for National Football League! Amirite? With sports news being very limited now due to the circumstances, the NFL has had transactions and free agency news that has many of us talking sports again. With that, let’s jump right into some news that caught my eye. […]

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Cha-Ching For Titans Tannehill, NFL Playoffs, FREE NFL Picks

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NEW YORK, NY – It’s cold outside in much of the USA, including 3 of the 4 cities with teams remaining in the NFL Playoffs. Our plan is to sit on the couch and drink some great craft beer, dip some chips in some salsa and Tweet annoying tweets to Brodie Van Wagenen, the GM […]

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Can’t Miss Kid: Cheesy Bruin’s FREE NFL Playoffs Picks, News & Banter

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – Amazin’. Not the Mets, but Derrick Henry. A week after feeding him the rock thirty-four times against the Patriots, he’s at it again as I pen this post against the ten-point choice Baltimore Ravens. A sixty-yard run capped off by a jump pass touchdown? Smash mouth meets schoolyard football – gotta love […]

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Thoughts On The Eagles, Carson Wentz, Jadeveon Clowney, Derek Jeter

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SPANISH HARLEM – Let’s start with this: I’m so proud of the Philadelphia Eagles. They had some up and downs to start but they ended it with 4 straight wins to capture the division. They dealt with an abundance of injuries and as a Yankees fan, it mirrored all the injuries us Bronx Bombers fans saw […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: An Idiot’s Guide to the Rest of the NFL Playoffs

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BRONX, NY – This weekend the NFL playoffs enter the Divisional Round, where all the good teams with first round byes will seemingly beat the piss out of those four teams who scrapped and scraped their way through the Road Warrior Wild Card Weekend. This is also the weekend when Jerry Jones takes Mike McCarthy […]

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Monday Morning QB: NFL Wild Card Review: Josh Allen, Kirk Cousins, Deshaun Watson, Bills Fans

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – Happy Monday people! New year, same old me. Staying up late to recap the weekend’s events, for all those that missed it or want to re-live it. And as its still the football season, lets talk playoffs…On the menu for today is NFL Wild Card Weekend Review. AFC Wild Card […]

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Cheesy Bruin’s FREE NFL Picks, Notes, Banter: NFC Playoffs Edition

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BLOOMINGBURG. NY – The NFL’s second season kicked off yesterday with an interesting scheduling twist, as the weekend’s games were segregated by conference. I’m not really a fan of it because football fans don’t get the opportunity to play “what if” by waiting 24 hours to get an idea of what the following week’s match […]

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