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Benches Clear Between Yankees-Astros

Gomez The Yankees took issue with Carlos Gomez of the Houston Astros last night in the Bronx. Gomez, who was recently acquired from the Milwaukee Brewers at the trade deadline to help Houston make it back to the postseason for the first time in 10 years. Gomez has had a history of sparking another team […]

The Sports Scoff with @SmooveGuyO, Vol. 1


I’m leavin’ you haters like when Shaq left the Lakers just to Heat it up /I state the stats to stunt, I don’t need to front/Make black history every day, I don’t need a month- Kanye West

Yankees Fan Caught Sleeping On-Air Suing ESPN & MLB After Getting Teased

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Andrew Rector was caught napping during the Boston Red Sox vs. New York Yankees game.  It was broadcasted on national TV and of course went viral.  Well now Rector is suing ESPN and MLB for $10 million for defamation. As the cameras focused on Rector, ESPN announcers Dan Shulman and John Kruk made jokes about the situation. Rector’s lawsuit cites […]

#WORDSWITHSCOOP Batting Practice Against Mariano Rivera


Ever wonder what it would be like to hit against one of the best in baseball? I did last week against legendary Yankees closer Mariano Rivera at a New Era Diamond Era cap function at Yankee Stadium. Say What?? Taking Batting Practice with the G.O.A.T? You heard right! Advertisement Every sports movie that I watched growing […]

#WORDSWITHSCOOP Catching up with New York Mets OF Curtis Granderson

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  Mets Outfielder Curtis Granderson traded in his blue Yankee pinstripes for the Amazin’ Mets blue and orange. He’s not the first baseball player to play for both New York City’s baseball teams. John Olerud, Al Leiter, Dwight Gooden and Darryl Strawberry are among the 121 MLB players who have played for both teams. Now […]

Gentrification: From an East Harlem Perspective

Spanish Harlem Map

Traditionally, East Harlem has been an evolving community. Initially it was populated by German, Irish, Italian and Jewish immigrants, but there are reports going back to the 1930s of a sizable Hispanic community in East Harlem predominantly Puerto Rican.  Now there is a booming Mexican and Salvadorean population, a growing number of Asians, and Caucasians […]

A-Rod Sues Baseball

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A-Rod is ’bout to lose 25 M’s; I kinda hate it had to be him. Alex Rodriguez was suppose to be the one, Griffey, Jr. got hurt, Bonds juiced up. A-Rod was destined for greatness with his multiple $250M + contracts but now, he faces the pain of losing $25M dollars, all due to a […]