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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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Would you pay for your news? What about insights from the top reporters? Would it change if it was business news or sports? The Athletic is taking that approach, starting a subscription service, writing about the NHL/NFL/NBA/MLB and NCAA, with the intent to make you “Fall in love with the sports page again”. Their focuses …

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2017 NASCAR Playoffs start this weekend, and to be honest, without Tony Stewart racing I’ve followed less this year. That doesn’t mean I don’t know what’s going on. Danica leaving Stewart-Haas, me rooting for Kurt Busch and Kevin Harvick to win it all. But the biggest stories are the way Martin Truex Jr. and Kyle …

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The NFL season starts again tonight, and I’ve gotta admit…I’m not ready for it. For starters, it means that the summer is over, and that’s just not okay. But with a new season comes a few intriguing storylines to follow: Zeke Elliott – He was handed a six game suspension. He appealed. He still has …

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Sunday I went out to Yankee Stadium and sat in the Legends section for a thrilling match between Hudson River rivals of NYCFC and the Red Bulls from New Jersey. The match was a full out fight, with both teams trading goals and the lead, before FC Captain David Villa finished off his first MLS …

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Let’s discuss sports. You may not watch sports all the time, or if you do you tend to stick to only a couple of sports. Personally, I watch a wide variety, from Baseball and Hockey, to Soccer, NASCAR, and the Olympics. But sometimes a sport or event comes along that everyone should be watching. It …

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Yesterday I went to watch NYCFC vs Orlando City at Yankee Stadium, as Cyle Larin scored two with an answer from David Villa and a 2-1 loss. I sat front row in Legends, and as an early attendance gift got a chance to greet the Starting XI as they finished practice. The weather was beautiful, and …

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The biggest threat that faces NBC every other year during the Olympics is: Spoilers. And with social media abuzz at every medal and record breaking attempt, it makes it hard for NBC to get people in front of their TVs for their primetime coverage. But PyeongChang 2018 is going to even the playing field for …

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