According to Boston.com, NESN announced Tuesday that commentator Jerry Remy will miss all of the Red Sox games this week. He hasn’t broadcast a game since May 28. Remy later explained on Twitter that he was suffering from allergies and then came down with pneumonia. Feel free to leave get-well wishes in the comments below.
Yippee Paille! Daniel Paille had the game-winner in overtime on a beautiful pass from Tyler Seguin, who corralled a turnover in the Blackhawks zone. The result? The Bruins win Game 2 to knot the series at one game apiece. Check out the winning goal:
As you may have noticed, Jerry Remy has missed the last several games from the NESN announcer booth. Originally, Remy was going to miss some time due to allergies. Well, Remy recently Tweeted that he is now suffering from pneumonia.
Do you like hot dogs? How about Fenway Franks? Well, fans now have their chance to create Fenway’s next frank. Kayem Foods is launching the first-ever “Create The Next Fenway Frank” contest, which gives fans the opportunity to offer their own favorite combination of hot dog toppings for enjoying a game at Fenway Park. The [...]
It was a great scene before the Red Sox-Phillies game at Fenway Park Tuesday night, as Jeff Bauman, who lost both legs in the first bombing at the Boston Marathon finish line, threw out the first pitch, along with his famous rescuer, Carlos Arredondo, or the man with the cowboy hat.
Before the Bruins beat the Maple Leafs 5-2 Monday night, a classy Maple Leafs fan made a fool of himself and his city, holding up a sign mocking Boston Strong, our city’s rallying cry after the Boston Marathon bombings: I think we have finally found the city to host the burial of Tamerlan Tsarnaev. Anyone [...]
Did you miss out on getting tickets to the hottest show this year, the Boston Strong Benefit Concert at TD Garden? You still have a chance to go to the concert, which is being held on May 30 to benefit those affected most by the Boston Marathon bombings. NetRaffle.org is holding a raffle for Bruins [...]
In the events between April 15 and April 19, four people were killed and more than 250 were injured, including 15 people who lost limbs. The survivors need our help. The One Fund, organized by Mayor Tom Menino and Gov. Deval Patrick, is designed to help those impacted most by the Boston Marathon bombings. The [...]
Kenyon Martin guaranteed a Celtics “funeral” in Game 5, indicating he felt the Knicks would close out their first round series in Madison Square Garden Wednesday night. Didn’t happen. The Celtics beat the Knicks 92-86 to force Game 6 Friday night in Boston. The Knicks played up the hype even more before the game, looking [...]
Boston definitely has a new most eligible bachelor. Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz revealed Sunday that despite his hot start to the season, he is going through a very personal issue. He and his wife, Tiffany, are filing for divorce after nine years of marriage. “There are some situations in life that work out [...]
“I’m a 34-year-old NBA center. I’m black. And I’m gay.” Former Celtics center Jason Collins revealed he is gay, in an exclusive interview with Sports Illustrated. With the announcement Collins is now the first active openly gay male athlete from the four major pro sports in America. In other words, this is a pretty big [...]
Here’s a look at a photo of Rays reporter Kelly Nash. See that white thing next to her head? That’s a baseball zipping by it… …without the use of Photoshop.
Always the fan favorite, David Ortiz has been the heart and soul of the Red Sox during this emotional first month of the year. While his value goes beyond the white lines for Boston, the question for fantasy baseball players is, how much value does he have purely as a hitter? Coming off an injury [...]
Here’s another must-watch video played before Wednesday’s Bruins game. Boston Strong.
Get ready to get emotional. In the first sporting event since the attacks at the Boston Marathon, the Bruins played host to the Sabres. The National Anthem before the game may take your breath away: Boston Strong.