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Back in October I talked about The Athletic and paying for your news, and how I had hoped that they would come to the NYC market. Well, yesterday, February 12th, NYC officially launched on their website, and in anticipation of it I signed up a few weeks ago, and so far have not been disappointed. The …

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These lists are always subjective, but here are what I see as the Top Sports Moments of 2017: 11. Boxing vs UFC Floyd Money Mayweather, the boxer, faced off and outlasted Conor McGregor, the UFC champion, in an epic fight that went exactly how everyone expected it would. 10. USMNT For the first time since …

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There is no denying it. Whether you like the Yankees or hate them, they are making baseball great again. For years those talking about the future of baseball, and how Bryce Harper would be the one that would get people to watch again. And then it became Yasiel Puig. And all the while it should’ve …

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I’ve never seen anything like it. New York Yankees rookie Aaron Judge is 6’7″, 280+ pounds, and just a beast of a player. I went to a game last week and after talking to a few super-fans, we were unable to find a player in the last 20-years that created the buzz in Yankee Stadium, …

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I can tell you with almost certainty that four weeks from today, on July 5th 2017, something big is going to happen with the New York Yankees. I can’t tell you if it’ll be for good or for bad….but it will happen. And here’s where I got that scoop from: I have tickets to go …

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I’m sure there are a lot that I’m forgetting, but here are the Top 10 Sports Moments that I remember. These don’t include things like “The Tyree Catch”, which may have been incredible, but didn’t affect my ‘sports rooting’ and the teams that I follow (more life it infuriated me as a Cowboys fan). These …

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Starting a new segment today, in which I put out an all-time roster for some teams…according to my views of course. Here is the New York Yankees roster, based on their time played with the Yankees: 1B – Lou Gehrig – The Iron Horse was a Yankee his whole career, which included 6 World Series Championships, …

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Hundreds of articles are being written on him. Many of them that actually knew Yogi and watched him play. Lawrence Peter “Yogi” Berra passed away late Tuesday night at the age of 90 I have had the honor of neither. But one thing I am certain of: He is one of the greatest ball players …

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This Saturday is possibly one of the greatest sports days that we have seen in a really long time, especially in the New York area. 12:00PM – ESPN – NFL Draft Day 3 – Where the unknowns are picked up and turn into Super Bowl MVPs 12:30PM – NBC – New York Rangers vs. Washington …

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Hockey playoffs are in the air just days away, but Spring is certainly here as baseball opened up play last night in Chicago. In New York both our local teams launch their seasons, with the Yankees at The Stadium versus the Blue Jays (1:05PM) and the Mets heading down to Washington (4:05PM). The Yankees have …

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