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Mets return to their old ways, lose game to Yankees on wild pitch

We had our one day of Mets bliss. On Friday, nothing could go wrong as the orange and blue wrecking crew came from behind not once, but twice to sweep the Yankees in a doubleheader. Before the night cap was … Continue reading

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Mets Suffer Hopefully Their Worst Loss of the Season, MLB Season is Still Alive

I’m running out of words to describe Mets losses, and we’re only 10 days into the season. Last night the Mets fell behind early because Rick Porcello is just not happening in 2020. However, he settled down and New York … 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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MLB’s New 2020 Proposal Gives us a Little Bit of Hope

Baseball’s inability to come up with a plan for the 2020 season has been a source of growing frustration for fans since the beginning of quarantine, and while there has been news of proposals sent to the players from the … Continue reading

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Wife’s Birthday and Penn State Winning Streak

We’re celebrating my wife’s birthday this year by eating bougie brunch, going boot shopping, and doing a wine pop-up called Rosé Mansion. The best part is that I get to watch zero college basketball games today. Well maybe half of … Continue reading

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College Football Review: Can the Pac-12 champ sneak into the Playoff if Clemson stumbles?

Wow, we finally made it to Sunday. Yesterday was one of my best college football gambling days in a while, and I went .500, so that should tell you all you need to know about my year so far. Let’s … Continue reading

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Cocktail Party pick and the Pac-12 takes over Saturday

It’s Gameday. Penn State is off this week as James Franklin locks in his plans to ruin Minnesota’s perfect season — the Lions are simply more battle tested than the Gophers, lay the points — but there is still plenty … Continue reading

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The Mets have lost all momentum and now head to Arizona for the Snaaaaakes

In a shocker of all shockers, the Mets lost their first game after Wednesday night’s humiliating come-from-ahead loss. On Thursday, Jason Vargas made an actual case to be ace of the staff with seven innings of one-run ball, but Hyun-Jin … Continue reading

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The Knicks lose the lottery and the Mets win a baseball game

Just like we all thought, the Knicks did not get the top pick in the NBA Draft during last night’s NBA Draft Lottery. At least, I thought that we were all thinking that. It turns out that a bunch of … Continue reading

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The Knicks’ fate will determined tonight in the NBA Draft Lottery

The NBA Draft is more than a little ridiculous. As sports fans, we hate when great players get stuck on bad teams, but every year we stand by and watch dysfunctional franchises get rewarded with the cream of the amateur … Continue reading

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