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It’s Xander Time! Red Sox Promote Top Prospect to Majors

Multiple sources including The Boston Globe are reporting that Red Sox top prospect, Xander Bogaerts, will be getting called up today and travel with the team to San Francisco for their series against the Giants. With rosters expanding in September, Bogaerts will most likely be up for the rest of the season and if he […]

Red Sox Trade Rumors: Giancarlo Stanton, the Move Boston Needs to Make

On the eve of the trade deadline, there are plenty of rumors swirling around the Red Sox and what moves they need to do. The Red Sox, who are a half game out of first in the AL East, have some decisions to make on their team. The biggest decision for the Sox right now […]

What Braun’s Suspension Means For Other Players on Biogenesis List

A lot has happened in the MLB over the last 24 hours, and it could get even more interesting in the weeks to come. The fact that Ryan Braun went to the Major League Baseball to negotiate a deal in which he would be suspended for the rest of the 2013 season, is not going […]

Alfonzo Dennard Arrested On Suspicion of DUI

Another Patriots player is in the news again, but for a second time this offseason, it is not something positive. Alfonzo Dennard was arrested in Nebraska last night on suspicion of DUI. Dennard is facing three charges with one being driving under the influence. This could be bad news for Dennard, who is on probation […]

Daniel Nava Snubbed from All-Star Game

Everyone knows the great story of Daniel Nava. A similar story as Tim Thomas, Nava had to fight to get where he is today. Nava was an undrafted player, who played independent baseball through his early twenties. For most players, they grow in the minor leagues and hope to work for their chance at the […]

Bruins Have Decisions To Make This Offseason

After a great, but tragic, season, the Bruins now look ahead to the offseason with some decisions to make. With some contracts expiring and the potential for trades to be made, there are some moves that need to be made. Some things are already known with Jaromir Jagr, Andrew Ference and Nathan Horton, who are […]

Zdeno Chara Struggled in Stanley Cup Finals, But Why?

After having a few days to reflect on game six of the Stanley Cup Finals, there is a lot to be proud of as a Bruins fan, but there is also a big reason why the Bruins struggled against the Chicago Blackhawks and that reason was 6’9 captain Zdeno Chara. Chara, who is a former […]

Three Patriots Rookies to Watch in 2013

In a year when the Patriots did not have many draft picks, they of course found a way to trade their first round pick for a number of later round picks. Normally I would not be happy with them trading down, but in a year where the draft was weaker than most years, I don’t […]

Questions at Third: What is Wrong with Will Middlebrooks?

Will Middlebrooks may have homered in Sunday’s game at Baltimore, but his struggles offensively have continued. Middlebrooks showed great potential last season before getting hurt, and this season we have seen the power in spurts, but the consistency has not been there at all. There are many theories on this and some people still blame his […]

2013 Stanley Cup Finals Preview: Key Match-Ups

The Stanley Cup Finals are finally here. After a lockout-shortened season and all the speculations and predictions, we have our two finalists. Many predicted this matchup in the finals, and after the way the two teams have played in these playoffs, it is pretty obvious that these are the best two teams in the NHL […]

Bruins Lose Gregory Campbell for the Playoffs

The Bruins took a commanding 3-0 lead in the Eastern Conference Finals, but were dealt a big blow with Gregory Campbell going down with a broken leg late in the second period while killing a penalty. Campbell will now miss the rest of the post season and while it is a huge loss for the […]

Tuukka Rask, David Krejci Quieting The Critics

Through two games of the Eastern Conference Finals, Tuukka Rask is finally getting the credit he deserves. Tuukka played well, but didn’t look fantastic against the Maple Leafs, but the Bruins team in general had their up and downs in the series. Rask came up with some big saves in game seven after letting up […]

More Surgery Scheduled for Gronk

The New England Patriots started their OTA’s recently, but a big presence was missing for these practices. Rob Gronkowski, who recently had a fourth forearm surgery on May 21, was handed some more bad news recently, which has Patriots fans worried. Gronk will have to undergo another surgery in mid to late June, only this […]

Bruins-Penguins Series Preview: The Matchup We All Wanted

It is finally here. The matchup that Bruins fans, and NHL fans all over the country were hoping for when the season started. Coming into this shortened season, many people predicted the Penguins and the Bruins being the two best teams in the East, and a possible matchup to go to the Stanley Cup. After […]

Bruins’ Third Line Woes

After a tough loss in game 4, the Bruins bounced back with a victory in game 5 over the New York Rangers to win the series 4-1. The Bruins did not play particularly well in game four, but one positive thing that we saw was Tyler Seguin playing his best game of the postseason. Seguin, […]