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Victor Martinez Spurns Sox, Signs With Tigers

It appears Victor Martinez is headed out of town, as he has reportedly signed a $50 million, 4-year deal. The report came early Tuesday according to Venezuelan reporter Ignacio Serrano. He also said the Tigers outbid the Red Sox, Orioles, and White Sox to enlist Martinez’ services. According to reports, Baltimore offered four years and $48 […]

Durant-less Thunder Roll Through Celtics 89-84

After a letdown loss like Friday night’s 89-84 drubbing at the hands of a depleted Thunder squad, the Celtics are no doubt reminding themselves that this is an 82-game season and titles don’t get passed out in November. Oklahoma City came to town as it was announced earlier in the evening that superstar Kevin Durant […]

Celtics Smoke the Heat 112-107

If the Miami Heat weren’t worried before, now might be the time to start. In a game that was never really close, the Celtics put on a virtual clinic beating the Heat 112-107 in a game they never trailed. The Heat kept insisting that they had become a better team since the last time these […]

Nowitzki Buries Game Winner for Dallas, Sinks Celtics

The Celtics nearly overcame a 10-point halftime deficit but fell just short to the Dallas Mavericks 89-87 Monday night at the American Airlines Center. The game was the second in two nights on the road for the C’s, a situation they haven’t fared well in this season. The Celtics now sit at 0-2 in the […]

Boston Red Sox 2010 Report Card: Bullpen

Relief pitching is like refereeing and third base coaches – when it’s great you hardly notice it, and when it stinks it’s all you can talk about. When Red Sox GM Theo Epstein announced that relief pitching would be Boston’s No. 1 offseason priority, it wasn’t a ringing endorsement of the scrapheap left behind in […]

Celtics 2010-2011 Preview: Centers

When Kendrick Perkins trashed his knee in last year’s NBA Finals, help at the center position shot straight to the top of the Celtics’ offseason wishlist. One of the Celtics’ great strengths in last year’s improbable playoff run was their ability to frustrate opposing big men. With Perkins, Rasheed Wallace, Kevin Garnett, and small doses […]

Junior Seau Arrested For Domestic Violence, Drives Off Cliff

Junior Seau was arrested early Monday morning on domestic violence charges, TMZ and Pro Football Talk are reporting. The former NFL linebacker was arrested and booked into the Vista Detention Facility around 2 a.m. and released around 3:20 a.m. And then the story gets strange.

Ty Law Talks About a Possible Return, Revis

With 15 seasons of Hall-of-Fame caliber play behind him, former Patriots cornerback Ty Law thinks he might have at least one more season in front of him. While last year’s cup of coffee with the Denver Broncos may have smacked with finality, it was Law’s offseason workouts mentoring Jets cornerback Darelle Revis that continue to […]

Bullpen Implodes as Sox Lose 9-1

Ty Wigginton broke a seventh-inning tie with a three-run homer off Scott Atchison that landed left of Pesky’s Pole in right field, barely clearing the right field fence. The Orioles scored the game’s final nine runs to pound the sleepy Red Sox 9-1 on Tuesday night. Clay Buchholz allowed four hits and a run over six […]

Celtics Tickets On Sale Today

The Boston Celtics began selling individual tickets for the 2010-2011 season Friday at 11 AM. With a star-studded roster, the Celtics will be looking to contend for a title for the fourth straight season. Fans may purchase tickets by logging on to Celtics.com, by calling 1-800-4NBATIX or by visiting the TD Garden box office. Tickets […]

Belichick, Patriots Defend Randy Moss’ Comments

Following the Patriots’ 38-24 drubbing of the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, the oft-quiet Randy Moss had a lot to say in his post game press conference. For sixteen minutes Moss vented about his contract situation, respect, and this being his last year as a New England Patriot. Moss began with a full head of steam, […]

Randy Moss Feels He’s “Not Wanted” in New England

Randy Moss broke his self-imposed code of silence on Monday in a big way. Though promises had been made that the wideout would speak to the media after Sunday’s season-opener, Moss unloaded a heap of grievances on CBSSports.com’s William Bendetson. Moss most recently signed a three-year $27 million contract with the Patriots following the 2007 […]

Sox Top O’s 6-4

The Red Sox needed this one. After a rocky week, Boston was able to salvage the road trip, beating the Baltimore Orioles 6-4 on Thursday night. Adrian Beltre homered during a five-run second inning, David Ortiz drove in two runs, and J.D. Drew had three hits for the Red Sox, who won the three-game series. The win […]

Roger Clemens Indicted: Will He Go to Jail?

Roger Clemens can run but he won’t be hiding. In this case, the seven-time Cy Young Award winner is actually running toward a major league problem. Clemens, 48, was charged with three counts of making false statements, two counts of perjury and one count of obstruction of justice in regard to  his testimony during the […]

Celtics 2010-2011 Schedule: Five Must-See Games

Earlier this week, the Boston Celtics released their full schedule for the upcoming 2010-2011 season. The entire basketball world knew that the C’s would open the season against the recently revamped Miami Heat. Though basketball fans eyes are pinned to Miami’s troika of LeBron James, Dwayne Wade, and Chris Bosh, there are actually 81 other […]