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Josh Beckett to Undergo Season-Ending Surgery

According to USA Today, Dodgers pitcher Josh Beckett will undergo season ending surgery. The team made the announcement on Saturday. Soon after speaking with team doctors, the Dodgers decided that it would be best for Beckett to undergo a surgery that will relieve pressure on the nerve in his neck that has been giving him […]

Another Injury Setback for Clay Buchholz

According to Peter Abraham of the Boston Globe Redsox pitcher Clay Buchholz threw off a mound on Wednesday in Boston, but the session was cut short after only 18 pitches. Buchholz was immediately sent for an MRI. Buccholz has been on the disabled list since June 8 with a sore trapezius muscle. Before landing on the […]

Report: Cavs, Bucks interested in Paul Pierce

Yesterday evening ESPN reported that the Cleveland Cavaliers and Milwaukee Bucks are both interested in acquiring Celtics veteran Paul Pierce. It is believed that if Pierce is bought out by the Celtics, he would have no interest in signing with either team. The Celtics want a 1st round pick in return for Pierce. Danny Ainge has the […]

Top 10 Most Annoying Sports Personalities of All Time

Many of us Bostonians understand our home teams in a way that many well known commentators and sports personalities ever could. Over the course of my time as a Boston sports fan, I have noticed many announcers/sports personalities that are completely off in their analysis. This could include why a team is struggling, their insights […]

Pond Searched in Aaron Hernandez Case; Lawyer Releases Statement

In the developing story of Aaron Hernandez and his connection to the death of 27-year-old Odin Lloyd, authorities have searched a pond in North Attleboro near Hernandez’s home. According to ESPN’S Bob Holtzman, investigators along with divers in wet suits and metal detectors were present near a pond less than a quarter mile from Hernandez’s […]

Ray Allen Turns Back on Celtics, Wins Ring with Heat

Ray Allen just won his second ring, and it was not in as Celtic uniform. Last summer Allen was given the choice between a bigger contract that came with a starting role in Boston vs heading to South Beach to play with LeBron James and a chance at a ring. This past week it was […]

Red Sox Make up their Mind, Place Clay Buchholz on the DL

Boston Red Sox ace Clay Buchholz was officially placed on the 15-day disabled list Tuesday with a neck strain. According to Boston.com, the Red Sox made the decision after beating the Rays in the opener of a day-night double header. Buchholz has been one of the hottest pitchers in baseball, going 9-0 with a MLB-best […]

10 Takeaways from Bruins-Blackhawks Game 3

On Monday night, the Boston Bruins defeated the Chicago Blackhawks 2-0. The Bruins now lead the best of seven series 2-1. Boston outplayed the Blackhawks in almost every facet of the game. Here are 10 intriguing takeaways from Game 3: 1. The Bruins have seemed to find a weakness in Corey Crawford, shooting at his […]

Wi-Fi Zone at TD Garden Gets Renamed “kane is a weenie”

First, it was a Jet Blue pilot poking fun at a crying baby on a plane, asking if it was Sidney Crosby. Now, during Monday night’s Game 3, it seems that a fan renamed a Wi-Fi zone in the TD Garden, calling it “kane is a weenie.” The photo was first shown during NBC’s post-game […]

Celtics Working to Get Rivers to Clippers in his ‘Dream Scenario’

According to a source from Boston Globe, Doc River’s ‘dream scenario’ is to coach Kevin Garnett on the Los Angeles Clippers next season.  The Celtics currently have Rivers locked up for three more years at $21 million, and Garnett under contract for the next two. This afternoon, multiple media outlets reported that the Celtics and Clippers […]

Why Bring Tebow Mania to New England?

With the New England Patriots signing QB Tim Tebow on Tuesday, many are wondering why the Patriot’s would be willing to sign a player that is still a work in progress and that also brings a huge media circus. The quick answer is simple, the Patriots do not get distracted, regardless of the situation or […]

Remembering Celtics Legend Red Auerbach During the NBA Finals

Red Auerbach was an NBA coach for the Boston Celtics, Washington Capitals and the Tri-Cities Blackhawks. He was born in Brooklyn, New York, to two Russian immigrants. Red also served in the U.S. Navy from 1943-47. It was not until Walter Brown, owner of the Boston Celtics, asked Red in 1950 to coach his failing […]

Stanley Cup Preview: Chicago Blackhawks vs Boston Bruins

For the first time since 1979, two Original Six teams will square off in the Stanley Cup Finals, with the Bruins taking on the Chicago Blackhawks. Both teams have been playing well this post season and are coming off dominating performances. The Boston Bruins swept the playoff favorites, the Pittsburgh Penguins, out of the Eastern […]

Game 4 Thoughts: Tough Defense, Rask Carry Bruins to Finals

The Boston Bruins defeated the Pittsburgh Penguins Friday night in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals. The Bruins won the game 1-0, sweeping the number one seed and defending Stanley Cup Champions out of the playoffs. Friday night’s game was a defensive battle, as the game remained scoreless heading into the final period. During […]

David Ortiz Hits Walk-Off Home Run, Red Sox Beat Rangers

The Boston Red Sox beat the Texas Rangers Tuesday night thanks to a walk-off home run from David Ortiz in the bottom of the ninth. The Sox won 6-3. According to ESPN.COM, Starting pitcher Jon Lester pitched sharply, locating his pitches throughout the night, finishing with 6 innings pitched, 7 hits, 3 earned runs and 4 […]