Monthly Archives: August 2011

Breaking News: Venus Williams Pulls Out of US Open

As I was walking inside of Arthur Ashe Stadium less than 30 minutes ago, it was announced that Venus Williams withdrew from the US Open due to injury.  Following is a statement released by the US Open.

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Daily Debate: What Are Top Performances from First Two Days of US Open

The first round of the Men and Women’s Singles of the US Open was completed last night.  What has been the top performances of the first two days?  What were the most disappointing performances?  Voice your opinion on the Razz … Continue reading

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Daily Debate: What Should The Yankees Do With AJ Burnett?

AJ Burnett is making $16,500,000 this season, but Yankee fans and Yankees management alike do not feel he is living up to his expectations.  He sports a 9-10 record with a hefty 4.96 ERA and appears to be pitching worse.  … Continue reading

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Paying Tribute to the Epitome of Dignity and Grace by Marc “Razz” Rasbury

  It is that time of year again when the tennis world descends upon New York City for the United States Tennis Association’s (USTA) US Open, which has become one of the premier events in all of sports.  It is … Continue reading

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Is This the End of the Road for Mariano Rivera?

Future Hall of Famer and all-time great New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera has had arguably the three worst back-to-back-to-back games of his career.  On Sunday, he blew a save versus Yankees arch rival the Boston Red Sox, allowing a … Continue reading

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Daily Debate: How Much Does Losing Steve Smith Hurt The Giants & Help the Eagles?

The Philadelphia Eagles continued their winning offseason ways by signing wide receiver Steve Smith to a one-year deal.  This move not only strengthens the Eagles wide receiving core, but it weakens the wide receiving core of their division rival New … Continue reading

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The Cruel Side of the NFL by Marc “Razz” Rasbury

The masses were overjoyed when the National Football League Players Association (NFLPA) and the League came to terms on the new Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) two weeks ago.  It seemed as if more people were more concerned about the National … Continue reading

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Is The Season Over for the New York Mets? by Derrel “Jazz” Johnson

On Friday, August 5, 2011, the New York Mets began a series against the Atlanta Braves at CitiField that many thought would decide the fate of the rest of their season.  Some felt the Mets, eight games out of the … Continue reading

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Daily Debate: Are The Yankees Built to Win a Championship?

The New York Yankees, at 69-44, have the third-best record in Major League Baseball.  However, after losing two out of three to the Boston Red Sox over the weekend, many are wondering if the Yankees are built to win a … Continue reading

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Daily Debate: Who Will Win the Boston/New York Series This Weekend?

The New York Yankees invade Fenway Park to take on the Boston Red Sox in a three-game series that will produce a sole-possession leader of the American League Eastern Division.  Both teams enter the series with 68-42 records, and have … Continue reading

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