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Sports Rain Man: What A Week For The New York Metropolitans!

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – Happy Memorial Day weekend. I want to say two things before I get to the sports: 1) Thank you to all the descendants and relatives of soldiers that have that died in battle. The sacrifice in the name of the country, whether draft or volunteer, is always to be commended […]

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Biggest Sports Lie of the Year, David Wright’s Return, Pro Rugby in NYC

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NEW YORK, NY – As Replacement Matt has his hands full working with Tall Matt and Short Matt (me) on a commercial, he asked one of us to replace him today. And since Tall Matt is like Chuck from Happy Days, it fell on my shoulders to talk about the Biggest Sports Lie of the […]

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Michigan Finds Their Next Head Basketball Coach

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SPANISH HARLEM – I bleed Blue but it’s not the one many fans in New York would expect. The Blue I’m talking about is the color that represents the Michigan Wolverines. When I was a kid I loved their uniforms. To me, the colors just worked. That’s when I became a fan  – even before […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: No LeBron, No Tiger, No Problem – Sports Addition By Subtraction

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BRONX, NY – Monday night the Golden State Warriors finished off a sweep of the Portland Trailblazers without the help of Kevin Durant, who is arguably one of the three best players in the game, if not THE best. Anyway, leading up to the sweep, and in its aftermath, sports dopes like Chis Broussard and Stephen […]

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Replaceable Friday: Nobody Cares About Your Fantasy Team.

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UNIVERSAL STUDIOS E-WALK – As I lick my wounds and brace for more disappointment from my teams, I’d like to continue the trend of talking about sports in the abstract and big picture, rather than dwell on more sorrow and ineptitude from the hometown NY boys. Today, I’d like to discuss something that has been […]

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New York Knicks Get 3rd Pick In NBA Draft. What Will /Should They Do?

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SPANISH HARLEM – Where do I begin? I guess the best place to start is when I found out the New York Knicks were among the last 4 teams for the 1st pick in the NBA draft. I had just seen the other two teams that were tied with the same odds, the Cleveland Cavaliers […]

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Big Ben: Searching for the Next Ovibender; Stanley Cup Bingers

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SAN JOSE, CA: When the Caps won the Stanley Cup last season, Alexander Ovechkin went on a month long celebratory bender. In the process, he transformed himself from weird Russian buddy of Putin, to a partying legend. I’m looking at the four remaining teams in the NHL playoffs to see if anyone can pick up […]

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Ron Darling, Jim Kelly, Lance Armstrong: Understanding Athletes. Understanding Cancer

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – It was recently announced that former New York Mets pitcher and current team broadcaster Ron Darling has thyroid cancer. From what I know, this form of cancer has a very high success rate. But what concerns me for Darling is the removal of a mass in his chest. Whatever the situation he […]

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Mother’s Day Special: Four Famous Sports Moms

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NEW YORK, NY – Sure, the Biblical rains that continue their consecutive Sunday saturation streak here in the northeast are making for a messy Mother’s Day, but they can’t dampen our spirit/resolve to bring you entertaining sport(s) content! And since obstacles are the Mother’s of all invention, we will pull up our support hose and […]

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THE REPLACEMENTS

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SPANISH HARLEM – The New York Yankees lost yesterday but it’s still hard to not like what you see from this group of players. This team has had its share of bad luck with injuries to key players to start the season, and yet here they are winning games and playing small ball. To start […]

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