Monthly Archives: July 2020

Christian Vazquez Kills the Mets, Who Can’t Get a Hit with Runners in Scoring Position

You won’t believe what happened to the Mets last night. They lost to the lousy Red Sox again! For the second straight night, Boston catcher Christian Vazquez was the nemesis, driving in three of his team’s four runs on two … Continue reading

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Mets Lose to Red Sox 6-5 Even Though Jacob deGrom Pitched Pretty Well

I knew last night was going to be trouble when Glenny Balls said on his Twitch stream that taking Boston to win was a bad bet. I should have known because the Mets having their ace on the mound against … Continue reading

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David Peterson Was Surprisingly Decent and the Mets Leave Boston with Another Win

David Peterson made his Mets debut last night at Fenway Park and looked like a future mid-rotation starter. His breaking ball had good movement on it, and that allowed him to wiggle out of a jam in the third inning … Continue reading

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The Mets Win with Wacha, Virus Puts Marlins’ Season on Hold

Bad news first. The Marlins won’t be playing until Monday at the earliest because even more of their players tested positive for COVID-19 today. It sounds like MLB is okay with every team not playing exactly 60 games, and now … Continue reading

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Everyone Panic at the Disco because the Mets got Blown Out and COVID-19 is Cancelling Baseball Games

Will baseball season make it to October? That’s what everyone is asking after two baseball games were postponed today due to COVID-19. The Orioles vs. Marlins and Yankees vs. Phillies games won’t be played in the near future because a … Continue reading

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New Season, Same Story? Edwin Diaz Blows Save, Mets Will Probably be Okay Due to Expanded Postseason

The new 60-game MLB season started on Thursday and it feels weird having baseball to look forward to and agonize over every day after such a long break. The Mets are going to play a game almost every day for … Continue reading

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Pat Chambers Should Remain Penn State’s Head Coach Despite his Mistake with Rasir Bolton

I’ve tried to stay out of the cancel culture wars because there’s enough craziness on the internet already, but today Pat Chambers came under fire for comments he made to former Penn State basketball player Rasir Bolton in 2019, and … Continue reading

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Who Will Be Gus Duggerton’s Next Top Assistant?

The college football world was shook on Friday night when Muj Fricke abruptly stepped down as Gus Duggerton’s offensive coordinator at the University of Toledo. Fricke had been with Duggerton since his time at Tennessee and was responsible for designing … Continue reading

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It’s July and We Still Don’t Know Much About Nintendo’s Holiday Plans

Nintendo recently held its annual shareholders meeting, and one of the questions asked of representative director and president Shuntaro Furukawa was about the lack of future titles with release dates attached. Usually at this time of year we’re coming right … Continue reading

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The First Animal Crossing Summer Update is Live and I Don’t Know Why Anyone is Playing Anything Else Right Now

Nintendo has been pretty good about updating its big titles since joining the 21st century and offering downloadable content. The Animal Crossing series for this since Nintendo can add fun activities and visitors as the seasons change. This summer, the … Continue reading

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