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Seventh Hell

Written by Jason Singer on . Posted in Posts, Sports

Canada has always hated fun. Look no further than their anti-gun laws and Celine Dion as evidence. Yesterday was no different, as Toronto spoiled the New York Yankees’ bid to sweep the Blue Jays for the first time since 1995. Yankees starter Chien-Ming Wang retired the first 11 batters he faced and cruised through the [&hellip
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Euphoria Extinguished

Written by Jason Singer on . Posted in Posts, Sports

The Mets celebrated like obese Belgian children at a chocolate store last night as David Wright rounded the bases. The New York third baseman had just delivered a game-tying, three-run home run that completed a gritty comeback against the NL-powerhouse San Diego Padres. The Mets, down 4-0 through six innings, came roaring back to knot [&hellip
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Rocket Launches Yanks Ever Closer

Written by Jason Singer on . Posted in Posts, Sports

Roger Clemens apparently spent his extended offseason transforming into Harry Houdini, because the Rocket continues to magically escape trouble time after time. Clemens labored last night, allowing a season-high nine hits and throwing 99 pitches through just six innings, but surrendered only one run in a 6-1 Yankee victory. Alex Rodriguez doubled home the winning [&hellip
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Marbury Chooses Pasta Over Big Apple

Written by Jason Singer on . Posted in Posts, Sports

Oh, the joys of Italy: The Sistine Chapel, Venetian canals, exquisite food and overpaid, pass-first point guards. New York Knicks point guard Stephon Marbury, or “Starbury” as he calls himself, already has travel plans after his contract expires in 2009. The extremely talented, much maligned former All-Star would like to move to Italy. Marbury, who [&hellip
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Blue Jays’ Suckage Reaches New High

Written by Jason Singer on . Posted in Posts, Sports

The New York Yankees benefited from some much-needed luck last night, when Toronto reliever Jeremy Accardo did his best Chicken Little impression and balked home the game-tying run in the bottom of the ninth. Then, one inning later, a wild-pitch by Casey Janssen moved Alex Rodriguez to second, before Robinson Cano delivered a walk-off single [&hellip
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Mets Make Padres Beg For Madres

Written by Jason Singer on . Posted in Posts, Sports

If anybody doubted the potential of the New York Mets, Willie Randolph’s club probably erased those uncertainties last night. The Mets faced the National League’s best team—San Diego—which sent their best pitcher to the mound—Jake Peavy—and New York still clobbered them 7-0. The forever-youthful Orlando Hernández spun a seven-inning gem, allowing no runs and scattering [&hellip
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