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.
Red Sox voice Jon Rish has decided to quit WEEI, according to the Boston Globe. Entercom apparently asked Rish to take a 30-percent pay-cut to stay, and Rish refused, instead opting to put in his two weeks notice during the season. His last day will be on April 24.
According to Jason LaCanfora of CBS Sports, the Patriots have submitted an offer sheet for Steelers WR Emmanuel Sanders, a restricted free agent. The Steelers now have five days to match the offer, which is a one-year deal. If the Steelers let Sanders go, the Patriots would have to fork over a third-round pick to […]
During a pre-taped segment as part of NESN’s pregame show, NESN commentator Jerry Remy announced he suffered a relapse of lung cancer during the offseason. The relapse was diagnosed in January, leading to radiation treatment in March, according to WEEI. Remy, though, said he is doing fine and is not worried. “I am not concerned about […]
Here’s a photo of Tom Brady working out with new wide receiver Danny Amendola today at USC. Just a reminder — It’s April 2, and football season doesn’t start for several months. Just win.
The Bruins have traded for NHL legend Jaromir Jagr. In exchange, the Bruins will send Dallas a conditional second-round pick (which becomes a first-rounder if the B’s reach the Eastern Conference Finals) and young players Lane MacDermid and Cody Payne. The 41-year-old Jagr has 14 goals and 12 assists in 34 games this season for […]
Legendary Boston University hockey coach Jack Parker will retire after this season, according to ESPN.com. Parker will make the announcement on Monday, the day of his 68th birthday. Parker has 894 regular-season victories, the most by any coach for one team, and third-most all time behind BC’s Jerry York and Michigan State’s Ron Mason.
Back on Feb. 10, the Boston College Eagles men’s basketball team came within one point of beating fourth-ranked Duke. Then, at the end of last month, in a rematch against the then-sixth-ranked Blue Devils on the road, the Eagles lost yet again but this time in a blowout, falling 89-68. BC then went on to […]