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Yankees in Trouble, NFL Kicks Off on Eve of 9/11 Anniversary

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NEW YORK, NY – With just a few weeks left in the MLB irregular season, the battered Yankees are on the verge of playing themselves right out of the playoffS. The Bronx Bombers won 14 of their first 20 games and looked like they would cruise into the playoffs at the top of the AL […]

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The Chinese Save The World?! Or Is It Korean Baseball

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Happy days are here again The skies above are clear again So let’s sing a song of cheer again Happy days are here again NEW YORK, NY – As the song says, Happy Days are here again! The crack of the bat. The balls smacking the leather [ahem]. The line drives and strikeouts and diving […]

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Pucks Heads, NHL Trade Rumors, Playoff Picture

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NEW YORK, NY  – We are less than two weeks away from the NHL trade deadline, and some curious scenarios are there for consideration on the NHL landscape. Let’s look at the team in town. The New York Rangers find themselves nine points behind the Philadelphia Flyers for the second Wild Card slot in the […]

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NY Jets Season Over, Mets Chasing the Wild Card, Syndergaard Catcher Issues “Thor Thubject”

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – Any other job would have fired someone for submitting articles 12+ hours after the deadline. Thankfully, working for Meet The Matts isn’t a real job in the conventional sense, so let’s get into it. Today’s topics: NY Jets Season Over, Mets Chasing the Wild Card, Syndergaard Catcher Issues. NY Jets […]

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Sports Beer Talk: Phils Phlopping, Robbie Cano, Bryce Harper, Todd Frazier

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PHILTHYDELPHIA, PA – As The Boys of Summer set to sprint to the finish (not you, Robbie Cano), bolstered or inspired by an influx of interlopers/call-ups ready to take jobs away, three players stand out as instrumental in their respective team’s fate. And after a few dozen beers in the past [fill in a number] […]

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September Sports: MLB Playoffs Races, NFL Hopes, Hockey Heating Up?

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NEW YORK, NY – This weekend brings the unofficial end of summer. The kids will be back to school after the Labor Day Weekend. The days will get shorter and cooler. And we’ll be entering the best time of year for sports. Baseball is sprinting towards the playoffs as the final month of the regular […]

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The Hunt for Mets October: 5 Ways Fans Can Hurt The Opposition

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NEW YORK, NY – Desperate times call for desperate measures… Necessity is the mother of all invention… All options are on the table… Any and all of these cliches apply to The Hunt for Mets October (TM), and us fans need not feel completely helpless. We can do something more than simply watch Todd Frazier […]

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Mets Winning Despite Glaring Problems… Shadow of Michael Corleone

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“Just when I thought I was out… they pull me back in.” –Michael Corleone NEW YORK, NY – How many times, Mets fans, have you been Michael Corleone’d by your Amazin’ Mets? Too many time to count, likely. Or actually, we can come pretty close to counting them. After all, since the National League Baseball […]

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Major League Baseball Second Half Starts With Trades Looming

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“This could be the end of the Mets core pitching staff …” –Different Matt NEW YORK, NY – With the All-Star Game in the rear-view mirror, most of baseball will begin their trudge towards the finish line today, as the second half of the season gets underway. The Yankees and Mets went into the break […]

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Eagles, Bengals, Tennessee Titans and Who Should Start Wild Card for Yankees vs Oakland

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SPANISH HARLEM – My Philadelphia Eagles lost a tough game against the Tennessee Titans in overtime yesterday when Marcus Mariota lobbed a pass into the end zone to Clay Davis with 13 seconds left in the game. That’s when the harsh reality hit me that I would have to a write a Monday column with […]

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