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If only Burnett could channel David Wells today…

tommy neumann May 17, 2009 0

Who can ever forget David Wells and the day he pitched himself into baseball immortality at Yankee stadium. Eleven years ago today, Wells became one of seventeen pitchers in major league history to pitch

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Leave it to Baba Booey

tommy neumann May 11, 2009 1

Gary Dell’ Abate, the famed Howard Stern Show producer, threw out the first pitch at the Mets game Saturday at CitiField. As you can see he obviously hasn’t thrown a baseball since little league.

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Knicks are a long way away from ’73

tommy neumann May 10, 2009 2

Today is an anniversary for all New York Knicks fans. On May 10, 1973 the Knicks won the last of their two NBA titles, defeating the Los Angeles Lakers four games to one. It’s

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Send in the Goons

tommy neumann February 23, 2009 0

Sometimes when you’re watching sports on a boring day, the very unexpected can happen and you can’t believe what you are seeing. On Feb 22, 2005, controversy ensued when Temple University basketball coach John

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How the 1990 lockout led to Selig’s big payday

tommy neumann February 15, 2009 2

With all of the talk of Bud Selig’s $18.3 million salary, it’s interesting to look back at a time when the MLB commissioner made only $500,00 and the highest paid player was Rickey Henderson

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Going Old School: February 8, 1986

tommy neumann February 6, 2009 0

This will be a weekly column to highlight some of the classic sports moments of our generation. So if you remember Don Mattingly hitting six grand slams during the 1987 season or Andre Agassi

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Football for Patriots

tommy neumann January 24, 2009 2

SCP welcomes our newest writer, Tommy Neumann. Tommy brings a socially focused approach to much of his writing. Sometimes it’s funny as hell and other times it might be fit for The New Yorker.

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