1. WFAN Sports Radio's Boomer & Carton Show: Always Entertaining in the Morning

    If you listen to New York radio stations in the mornings between 6 a.m. and 10 a.m. and are looking for sports analysis garnished with a topping of bathroom humor and pop-culture, look no further than WFAN Sports Radio 66 or 660 on your AM dial...

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  2. The Rocky Road Ahead for the New York Mets in 2009

    If there is to be any kind of a scapegoat in the Mets' recent three-game losing streak in a series with the Pittsburgh Pirates, it would have to be the number of injuries the team has sustained over the past few weeks...

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  3. BU-Miami Preview: Redhawks and Terriers Meet For Frozen Four Title

    After the Miami University Redhawks defeated the Bemidji State Beavers in Thursday's Frozen Four semifinal match-up by an impressive margin of victory, 4-1, they awaited the winner of the Boston University/University of Vermont semifinal match-up...

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  4. The Cincinnati Reds' Outfield Needs Willie Taveras

    It was a opening day game on Monday afternoon against the New York Mets that the Cincinnati Reds and their outfield would like to have back...

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  5. Snow Looms Over the Grand History of Opening Day in Cincinnati

    Both the Mets and the Reds conducted their final preseason workouts on Sunday in preparation for Monday's Opening Day Game...

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  6. New York: Big City, Bright (New) Lights

    Both the New York Yankees and Mets will be playing in brand new stadiums this season, thanks to the help of several key players, including the City of New York, the owners of both teams (Steinbrenners and Wilpons), and you, the taxpayers...

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  7. Can the Miami Redhawks Advance to Their First Frozen Four in Program History?

    The Redhawks have been in this position before, one win shy of a trip to college hockey's prestigious national semifinals, known as the Frozen Four...

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  8. Creature vs. Creature Sweet 16 Showdown: Oklahoma Sooners vs. Syracuse Orange

    The South Regional Semifinal will pin second seeded Oklahoma against third seeded Syracuse. The tip-off in Memphis is set for Friday at 7:27 p.m...

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  9. Oklahoma's Road to the Final Four Begins with Syracuse

    The Oklahoma Sooners will have to win their next two games in Memphis, Tennessee in order to secure a birth in this year's Final Four in Detroit. For the No...

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  10. Curtis Granderson—A Humanitarian, Philanthropist, and Educator

    Curtis Granderson, 27-year old outfielder for the Detroit Tigers, represents Major League Baseball as an ambassador for MLB International. He has travelled to places like China, Italy, and South Africa, representing the face of America's pastime...

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  11. The Humility of a Champion: Ben Roethlisberger

    Ben Roethlisberger is a two-time Super Bowl champion quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers, the franchise with the most Super Bowls of any team in the National Football League...

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  12. The New York Mets: Top Five Questions for 2009

    The New York Mets have been referred to as "choke artists" by players on their division rival, the Philadelphia Phillies. The team that was one win away from the World Series in 2006, sustained two years of back-to-back September collapses...

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  13. When Are The New York Mets Finally Going To Make a Move On Oliver Perez?

    There was an article in the Tuesday (1/27) edition of Newsday saying that the Mets "are a little bit closer to re-signing left-hander Oliver Perez, but are also continuing talks with three other remaining free agent pitchers...

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  14. A Weird Silence: Where Is The Hype for Super Bowl XLIII?

    Usually, in the week leading up to the NFL's championship game, there is media buzzing over several issues related to the Super Bowl, in an effort to fill up space until the game is played...

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  15. What Has Gotten Into The New York Knickerbockers?

    Jan. 27, 2009 New York, NY The New York Knicks have only lost one game in their last fives match-ups! This is great news considering the Knicks lost a franchise record 59 games last season...

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