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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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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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NBA and MLB are Doomed Due to COVID Rise

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NEW YORK, NY – With the major sports set to resume over the next few weeks, there are still some major concerns over whether the sports can pull off the restart safely. The NBA bubble is up and going. Think of the Orlando facility like a fortified compound in the middle of a zombie apocalypse. […]

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Grinding Ax: Quarantine Sports til 2021!!!

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MURPHY’S MOUTH, NJ – Time to Quarantine Sports! With all the conflicting stories, opinions and divisive behavior in the air , I am calling on all citizens to demand a blanket quarantine of professional sports until 2021.  Listening to multi-millionaires whine about how they are being treated and not being paid enough to play abbreviated […]

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Sports Will Be Back Soon… Maybe. Bobby Bonilla, Vegas Knights, Rob Manfred

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NEW YORK- NY – By this point in a normal June, we would be well into the NBA & NHL Finals and Major League Baseball would be about 60 games into the regular season. But this is no normal year. The global pandemic caused by the novel #Covid19 has shuttered the doors on most of […]

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Sports Rain Man: No Flack Flacco, The Match, Sports To Watch NOW

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – Normally, I say Happy Monday but you can’t really say that day because it’s Memorial Day. We make it a happy day but it should really be a somber day. It is a holiday to remember all those that make/made the ultimate sacrifice in the name of this country. Like […]

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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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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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Replacement Matt: Korean Baseball, The Last Dance, Iconic Announcers Calling Video Games

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LOCK’D, NJ –  As we approach our umpteenth week indoors, I think we can all collectively state we have lost our goddamn minds. When I read an article on The Athletic that Gary Cohen is excited to call video games for the network, you know things are bleak. When we are excited to get up […]

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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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