This Week in the Mets Offseason: Wilmer Flores and TJ Rivera

This offseason the Mets have outlined the positions they are looking to fill via trade or Free Agency. The Mets are looking for the following: Two bullpen arms, a first base/corner outfielder mix, a second or third baseman, and a Bartolo Colon-type starting pitcher (an inning eater) in that order. If the Mets are able to […]

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November 16, 2017

McCown-Town vs Fitzmagic

This Sunday the New York Jets have a big game at home against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and there is an added twist to this game as well. Not only are the Jets in position to possibly propel themselves toward playoff contention with a win, but they also have to face an old friend. The […]

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November 10, 2017

This Week in the Mets Offseason: Dom Smith

There are a lot of questions that need to be answered by the Mets this offseason and one of them is: Will Dom Smith be the long-term answer at first base. Smith was the Mets 1st round draft pick in the 2013 Amateur Draft out of high school. He flew through the minors as it […]

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November 9, 2017

The NFL Trade Deadline is Heating up in New York

Earlier this evening a blockbuster trade was made between the New England Patriots and the San Francisco 49ers. The Patriots surprisingly traded the guy who was believed by many to be the future in New England, Jimmy Garropolo. Garropolo was a second round pick in 2014, and has had limited playing time, simply because he […]

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October 30, 2017

The Jets Success is Hindering Their Future

The football season is halfway over for the New York Jets and they are at a shocking record of 3-5. Their record is shocking because of how bad they were supposed to be; it was believed by many (including myself) that the Jets would be competing with the Browns, and 49ers for the worst record […]

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October 30, 2017

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The Knicks Need Bledsoe

Earlier this week things abruptly changed for the Phoenix Suns, the front office fired their Head Coach Earl Watson and named Jay Triano the interim coach. This all happened a few hours after veteran point guard Eric Bledsoe sent out a tweet saying “I Dont wanna be here.”This tweet was believed to possibly be the […]

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October 26, 2017

Reasons for The Rangers Faulty Defensive

The New York Rangers are struggling. Nobody is debating that. The Rangers are 2-5-2 on a season that was filled with a tremendous amount of hope. This struggle can be attributed to a variety of reasons: awful coaching, bad defensive hockey, or yes, even spotty goaltending by future Hall of Famer Henrik Lundqvist. But, the […]

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October 23, 2017

Jets vs Patriots recap

Yesterday afternoon at 1 pm, a divisional matchup between the New York Jets and New England Patriots to decide who would lead the AFC east took place. I was lucky enough to attend this game and have great seats, which I thought would have to make up for a sure blowout by the Patriots. To […]

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October 16, 2017

Knicks Move Melo

The Carmelo Anthony saga has officially come to an end in New York. The Knicks have agreed to terms on a trade with the Oklahoma City Thunder. The teams will swap Carmelo Anthony for Enes Kanter, Doug Mcdermott, and a second-round draft pick. The Knicks have been trying to unload Anthony for almost a year […]

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September 23, 2017

The MLB Needs More Netting

During yesterdays blowout win by the New York Yankees over the Minnesota Twins, not everyone on the Yankees was a winner. In the bottom of the fifth Yankees slugger Todd Frazier stroked a rocket foul ball into the stands, however, the result of this foul ball was not ordinary, as it struck a little girl […]

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September 21, 2017

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