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Fernando Tatis is coming up big for baseball, and MLB needs him to power the Padres into the NLDS

It’s safe to say that the MLB commissioner’s office will be rooting for the San Diego Padres tonight as they take on the St. Louis Cardinals in the third and deciding game of their National League Wild Card Series. That’s … Continue reading

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MLB will want to stick with this 16-team postseason format, so be prepared to get used to it

Wednesday was an interesting day for baseball fans. As the second day of the 2020 Postseason, it was also the only day with all 16 playoff teams in action. The March Madness of baseball. There was excitement throughout the slate … Continue reading

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Yankees open postseason with blowout win, Rangers say goodbye to a legend

The MLB Postseason started yesterday, and it couldn’t have gone much worse for people who want the Yankees to lose. But who would want the Yankees to lose? Player haters, that’s who. Just miserable people who are jealous of the … Continue reading

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Oh goodness the Giants are bad

I had a conversation with my wife on Sunday night after the Giants lost 36-9 to the 49ers. She thought it was hilarious that Big Blue lost by 27 points in a game that I thought they would win. I … Continue reading

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Mets blow their golden opportunity, MLB bracket is set

It’s hard to remember because the sports world spins so fast — in the past two days we’ve experienced wild college football upsets, another action-packed NFL Sunday, and two tickets punched to the NBA Finals — but on Saturday morning, … Continue reading

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If you haven’t played Donkey Kong Country 2, run to your Switch and fire it up

Nintendo announced Donkey Kong Country for its Switch Online Service a few months ago, and that was plenty exciting in its own right. What I got really jacked up for, though, was the idea of the entire Donkey Kong Country … Continue reading

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Mets are mathematically alive, Bill Belichick’s sweatshirt is profoundly sad

The Mets defeated the Nationals 3-2 last night at Citi Field, but I’m not sure that it matters. The most wins the Mets can end up with is 29, and both Cincinnati and Miami have that many already. Plus, San … Continue reading

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The Steve Cohen era has not yet begun, but the billionaire has already won me over with his very first move

When we found out that Steve Cohen was buying the Mets, I was excited because Cohen’s wealth and business acumen had the potential to usher in a new era of Mets prosperity. It meant the end of settling for less … Continue reading

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The Mets stay alive while the Phillies try to kill their fans

Apparently there’s still a way for the New York Mets to make the playoffs in the year 2020. I haven’t fact checked it yet, but it comes from a very reputable source, and it doesn’t involve the entire National League … Continue reading

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Mets lose despite deGrom’s award-worthy performance, expanded postseason might be here to stay

Well, I guess the Mets are finally done competing for the World Series in 2020. On Monday night, even with the season on the line and Jacob deGrom on the mound with his best stuff, New York lost to the … Continue reading

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