Monthly Archives: May 2013

Is Chien-Ming Wang Ready For a Return to the Yankees?


Coming off of starter David Phelps’ implosion (.1 IP), the Yankees will be looking for more success from the return of a veteran, in Andy Pettitte, on Monday against the Indians.

In fact, Phelps is not the only moving part the Yankees have had in their rotation this year.  Ivan Nova, Vidal Nuno, and the eventually debuting Michael Pineda will all start for the Yankees this year.

Perhaps the next guy who should join that list is one who has had success in the past for the Yankees, Chien-Ming Wang. Continue reading

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Rangers Fire John Tortorella


The New York Rangers and GM Glen Sather fired head coach, John Tortorella, today after a team slated for the Stanley Cup Finals came up short.

The Blueshirts, eliminated by the Boston Bruins in the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals after 5 games, were a flawed and inconsistent team all season.  In a season where many are to blame, the hammer was dropped on Torts. Continue reading

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Meet Terrell Brown, The St. Louis Rams Brand New 6’10, 403 Pound Offensive Lineman


It was known that the St. Louis Rams wanted to add size to their offensive line this off-season.

Who knew it would be this much.

Say hello to Terrell Brown, undrafted free agent out of Ole Miss, the heaviest player in the league at 403 pounds and standing at a monstrous height of 6’10! Continue reading

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Chris Kreider Scores OT Game Winner in Game 4 To Avoid a Bruins Sweep and Keep the Rangers Alive


Chris Kreider took a pass from Rick Nash and scoring an overtime-winning goal to help the New York Rangers avoid a sweep at the hands of the Boston Bruins.

Struggling through the lockout shortened season, perhaps there is no more appropriate Blueshirt to help extend the season for at least one more game. Continue reading

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Boston Bruins Up 3-0: Time To Relive The Greatest Choke In NHL History


The Bruins took a 3-0 series lead over the New York Rangers Tuesday night, pushing their series to the brink.

Rangers look like they are done, after all, how many teams have ever blown a 3-0 lead in NHL Playoffs History?

Well, for one, the Bruins. Continue reading

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Mike Goodson Arrested; Now John Idzik and the Jets Must Release Him


On Friday March 17, Jets running back Mike Goodson was arrested and charged on five counts including possession of Marijuana, and possession of a loaded gun with hollow-point bullets.

He was first taken the hospital due to alcohol intoxication before being brought to jail.  As of Friday, he had not made bail.

It may have been his first publicly cited criminal activity, but the result has to be the Jets releasing him, immediately. Continue reading

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Orb: New York’s Triple Crown Horse Looks To Take The Preakness


The horse known as Orb, or as Kentucky Derby announcer would call him, “Orrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrb,” is a 1-1 favorite heading into the second leg of the Triple Crown, the Preakness.

The Joel Rosario jockeyed horse was also the favorite at Churchill Downs, starting the race as a 7-2, Post 16 horse.

Orb is thought to have a great shot at taking home the first Triple Crown since Affirmed, 35 years ago.  But what many do not know is if he wins today, the thoroughbred will be attempting to complete the effort at his home course, Belmont. Continue reading

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The Office: The Little Doc-U-Comedy that Touched and Influenced the TV Universe


When reliving what was The Office, a part of you feels disappointed.  You can’t help but feel a gap between what you loved and what remained.

A show that was so influential, hitting on every cylinder was everything an American landscape could be presented as – from a workplace, to our comedic tendencies, to our relationships – was lazy, uninspired, and unplanned for much of the last few years.

This might sound like a negative view, but we can only feel that way because of what we will remember: The most influential American comedy of the first decade of the 2000’s. Continue reading

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Going and Gone? MSG Tenants Rangers and Knicks Head In Opposite Directions

MSG Announces Steiner Sports Venture

Circle of sports: One season ends, another begins.  Generally this happens with sports of different seasons though; tonight, there is a chance two fall-spring sports could see a divergence with their teams.

Yes, the Knicks and Rangers are heading two different ways – one looks to capitalize on it, one looks to reclaim what it once had before it’s too late. Continue reading

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Matt Harvey Will Definitely Start for the NL in the All-Star Game…Unless One of These Other Guys Do


He’s on the over of Sports Illustrated.  He has taken New York by storm.  He has drawn comparisons from Tom Seaver to Dwight Gooden to Roger Clemens to Justin Verlander.

He has an ERA of 1.44, 0.73 WHIP, 62 K in 56.1 innings.  He is the Mets pitching phenom, Matt Harvey.

We know he is here to stay – the only question now is, will he start the All-Star Game, taking place at Citifield in July?  He is definitely the favorite, as well as the hometown hero, so it is in the bag, right?  Well, just for kicks, lets throw around a few other names who could be on the mound for that first inning in Flushing, Queens.* Continue reading


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