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Monday Morning QB: Mets Spring Training, NFL Combine, NCAA Tourney

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS –  Hello everybody!! I thought Matt would clean up the mess of an article that I wrote but apparently he is out in Los Angeles. I am not sure if he is visiting West Coast Craig, buying weed to help with his back pain or actually working. Either way, I had […]

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Yankees Spring Traning: What To Look Out For

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This will be a running article for me on the New York Yankees because there will be so much to write about as we get closer to the regular season. SPANISH HARLEM – Spring Training in baseball is the time of year where you get excited but not overly excited because the games don’t count […]

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Spring Training History! Peter Alonso, Brodie The Great, PLUS Goodbye Mats Zuccarello

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GRAPEFRUIT LEAGUE, USA – And with one mighty Spring Training swing, we all got to see something we’ve never seen before: a home run on first pitch of MLB’s Grapefruit League season. For the Mets, at least. And irregardless regardless of it being the first pitch a player saw, we are chalking it up as Major […]

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NFL, MLB Collusion? Colin Kaepernick, Eric Reed, Manny Machado, Bryce Harper

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MARLBORO, NY – col·lu·sion //k??lo?oZH?n/ (noun); secret or illegal cooperation or conspiracy, especially in order to cheat or deceive others. This word seems to be permeating the sports scene as of late and more specifically the NFL and MLB. Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid of the San Francisco 49ers received and accepted a settlement offer […]

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On Baseball, NY Hockey, and March Mildness

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MARLBORO, NY – This month of March can’t end soon enough for me as I have my head buried further up my ar$e than usual. Historically, this is the worst month for me on a personal level and the sports scene is not far behind, as Angry Ward pointed out earlier in the week. Here’s […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Yankee Dopes, Rusty on the Ropes, Other Anti Social Behavior

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BRONX, NY – Just recently I decided to take a break from so-called “social media” and revert to my Unabomber-like anti-tech roots and, you know what, it’s been pretty goddamn glorious. There’s just way too many people putting in their 2 cents on everything pretty much all the time these days. Whether or not I agree […]

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Ebs’ Hot Takes: New York Yankees, Tyler Wade, Houston Astros, Washington Nationals

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Baseball is finally back. While some people feel the MLB season is too long as it is and that spring training is pointless, February – and March – baseball provides fans an opportunity to see the next wave of their favorite team’s stars before they head to their respective MiLB teams at the beginning of […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: NCAA Basketball, Pats in Sports, Other March Sadness, Sports Weather Emergency

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BRONX, NY – Today is March 15th, a magical time of year for Irish alcoholics (redundant?), people who like throwing away their money on NCAA Basketball pools, and psychopaths who enjoy blizzards after the temperatures have already climbed over 70 degrees. Let your freak flags fly, people! Watch that awful/awesome “Leprechaun” movie that Jennifer Aniston […]

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Of Stuck Pigs and the New Cuban Missile Crisis

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Riviera Beach, FL—It’s a lot of fun until someone gets stuck in the eye. Or just plain stuck. As in a “stuck pig.” More on that in a moment. In his quest to ingratiate himself to teammates this Spring, Mets slugger Yoenis Cespedes will seemingly stop at nothing. Cespedes as you know is from Cuba. […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Worst Sports Month is a Gulag For Everything

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BRONX, NY– The Super Bowl is over… and it sucked. Pitchers and catchers don’t report for another couple of weeks. Hockey doesn’t get truly important for a while. The NBA should just go ahead and give Golden State the trophy already. The weather here in the Northeast is still gray and cold with a 50% […]

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