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Halladay Shopping

Should Theo Part with Buchholz and Kelly for Toronto Ace? Black Friday is still a couple days away but the Red Sox have already begun their offseason shopping. Boston is working on a potential deal that would land them former Cy Young award winner Roy Halladay. The New York Daily News first reported the Sox were a  ”putting a full […]

Acquiring Gonzalez a Necessity for Successful Offseason

Soon after the the Gold Gloves, Cy Young Awards and MVP’s are handed out, the focus officially moves onto the upcoming season. No other sport entices its fans with the offseason  like baseball.  But, even with estimates surpassing 200 players hitting the open market this winter, all signs point to a boring free agency period. […]

Celtics Earn Extra Rest in Blowout of Jazz

The Celtics were rewarded with a three day mini vacation after enduring eight games in 12 days. Apparently it wasn’t long enough though.  The Celts came out on fire to bury the Jazz 105-86, which allowed for a 4th quarter extension of the vacation  for most of the Celtics starters. In a game  in which Boston never […]

Sox Offseasons Often Disheartening for Prospects

As Shane Victorino grounded out to give the Yankees their 27th World Championship, the 2009 season officially ended and the off-season began. Players will sign with different teams, extensions will be inked, trades will be made and arbitration cases will be heard. Undoubtedly an exciting time for fans can become very stressful for the forgotten […]

Not Extending Ray Allen a Smart Move

Entering his 15th season in the NBA, there isn’t a lot Ray Allen hasn’t experienced. He’s been traded three times, called three different time zones home, and has been a part of two different “Big Threes.” NBA All Star games? He’s been to nine of them, winning the 3-point contest in 2001. Olympic Gold? Check. […]

Green Has Knee Surgery, Out 2-4 Weeks

Patriots defensive end Jarvis Green could be sidelined for as many as four weeks after undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery. The decision to move ahead with the surgery allows for Green to return to the team for the playoff run in December. The big question for the Patriots moving forward will be how do they get […]

Celtics Survive Second Half Swarm by Hornets

In what was becoming a terrible Sunday for Boston sports fans (the Bruins 1-0 loss to the Rangers, Yankees now up 3-1 in the World Series), the Celtics managed to salvage a game against the Hornets as well as the weekend. Boston’s performance was nothing  flashy but adjustments down the stretch allowed the Celtics pulled out a 97-87 win […]

Top 10 Scariest Situations in Sports

So it’s Halloween and I got to thinking: what are the scariest situations in sports? Here’s what I came up with. Feel free comment below and add your own situations! Honorable Mentions LeBron on the Prowl During a Breakaway Racing Usain Bolt The Goalie on a Hockey Breakaway Defending Shaq in his Prime Dealing with […]

Glen Davis Likely to be Suspended

A broken thumb might not be the only problem for Glen Davis. According to several reports, the Celtics power forward will likely be suspended by the team following an off-court altercation that resulted in his thumb injury. Team owner Wyc Grousbeck told the Fox 25 Morning show that a suspension was “very likely.” The Boston […]

Big Baby Injured in Off-Court Altercation

Glen Davis, one of the Celtics key components off the bench, could miss a significant time due to a right thumb injury.  The injury occurred away from the basketball Sunday night between Davis and a former Louisiana State teammate, according to the Boston Herald. The article also states that Davis was defending himself. The power forward […]