Panic Citi

Things are not going well for the New York Mets after a piping hot 7-3 start they have fallen off drastically. The seventh win seemed like it was a statement game, winning a 16 inning thriller versus Miami. However, that was not the case, since that game they have dropped 10 of 11 games and […]

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April 28, 2017

Draft Day Pandemonium

With draft day upon us, there are several question marks surrounding the New York Jets. With the 6th overall pick in the upcoming NFL Draft, Mike MacCagnan will have a tough decision to make. Will the Jets go defense for the eighth year in a row? Or will they pick an offensive player in the […]

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April 27, 2017

What’s the Judge’s Verdict?

With every ball crushed 400+ feet, more eyebrows are raised surrounding the name Aaron Judge. After being called up in 2016, Judge showed tremendous signs of power, hitting some mammoth home-runs, however, he did strike out in 50% of his at-bats, and showed very little plate discipline, drawing only 9 walks. Coming into the season […]

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April 26, 2017

Ways to Speed Up Pace of Play

Over the past few seasons, the MLB has tried to speed up America’s favorite pastime any way they can. Some things that the league has done the past few years are: limiting the length of mound visits, no pitch intentional walks (the most asinine thing ever put in place), batters must keep one foot in the […]

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April 18, 2017

Great 8 for the Yanks

In the busy sports area of New York, there is one team making headlines. It’s not the playoff bound Rangers, Phil Jackson with the Knicks, or the Eli Manning scandal with the Giants, it is the New York Yankees. The Yankees are winners of 8 straight games and are the hottest team in Major League […]

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April 18, 2017

The Champ and The Legend Killer Partners?

When you hear the names John Cena and Randy Orton you may think of arguably the two best wrestlers in the back end of the “Attitude Era” in the WWE. These two future Hall of Fame wrestlers had a meteoric rise to the top of the business and had multiple rivalries with each other, which […]

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April 17, 2017

Business is Boomin’ in the Bronx

With last night’s win, the Yankees have won four in a row, are 3-0 at home, and are now 1 game over .500 with a 5-4 record. The Yanks started out the season rough going 1-4. Plus, with the injuries to Sanchez and Gregorious, it wasn’t looking like it was getting any better. However, avoiding […]

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April 14, 2017

The Big Three in Citi

The Big Three The Mets have always been a franchise that has built itself up with strong pitching rotations. When they have successfully built up a strong deep rotation with multiple aces at the top good things have happened. That situation has come, and there are three true aces on the roster. This year like […]

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April 12, 2017

WWE Weekly Recap

Ever since WrestleMania has come and gone the WWE Universe has been booming with excitement. At Wrestlemania we saw Kevin Owens defeat Chris Jericho for the United States Championship, John Cena propose to Nikki Bella, and Randy Orton defeated Bray Wyatt to become the new WWE Champion. Brock Lenar retired Goldberg for good and became the […]

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April 10, 2017

Starting off on the wrong foot

On Sunday, the Yankees and Rays opened up the MLB season at Tropicana Field. With the Yankees ace, Masahiro Tanaka, taking on the Rays’ ace, Chris Archer, offense seemed like it was going to be hard to come by as these two  aces battled it out. This however, was not the case. Tanaka, who was dominant […]

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April 6, 2017