In the heels of winning the World Series, the Red Sox entered the 2014 season with six starting pitchers for five spots, a good problem to have. Well, now we can consider that problem solved. Starting pitcher Ryan Dempster, who will turn 37 in May, has told Ken Rosenthal that he will definitely not play […]
Former Patriots wide receiver Deion Branch, who has not played this season, is listed as inactive for Saturday night’s game. Branch signed earlier this week with the Colts, but now that he is not playing (Colts WR Darrius Heyward-Bey is also inactive for Indianapolis), what was the point of signing with the enemy?
Houston Rockets center Omer Asik, a legitimate 7-footer that can protect the rim, could be traded by Houston’s self-imposed deadline of Dec. 19. The Celtics, as usual, aren’t quiet in the trade market, and view Asik as an opportunity to improve now and possibly in the future. The rumored trade would have the Celtics send […]
According to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports, Phillies pitcher Roy Halladay will sign a one-day contract with the Toronto Blue Jays and retire after 16 major league seasons.
According to several reports, Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski suffered a torn ACL in Sunday’s 27-26 win over the Browns. Patriots coach Bill Belichick said Gronk was taken to the hospital after the game to have his leg evaluated. If it is indeed a torn ACL, Gronk would be out for the season and his […]
The same day the Red Sox signed catcher A.J. Pierzynski to a one-year deal, the Miami Marlins inked former Sox catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia to a three-year deal for $21 million. Salty had perhaps his best year in 2013, hitting .273/.338/.466 with 40 doubles, 14 home runs and 65 RBI in 121 games. The Red Sox […]
First, it was Johnny Damon. Now, another longtime Red Sox center fielder is going to the Yankees. Jacoby Ellsbury signed with the Yankees on a 7-year deal, according to ESPN. The deal is reportedly for more money than the $142 million deal that Carl Crawford signed with the Red Sox after the 2010 season. Ellsbury […]
If the Celtics are trying to “tank,” it sure doesn’t look like it. The Celtics shocked the Heat with a last-second shot Saturday night, winning 111-110. Jeff Green did the honors to sink the Heat. Click here to watch the video on NBA.com.
To celebrate something, is it typical to get drunk and shirtless? If you’re a normal person, probably not. But, if you just won the World Series and are Mike Napoli, of course that’s what you do. Twitter users spotted Napoli all over Boston, including a shot of the first basemen taking a stroll down Boylston […]
Red Sox starter Jake Peavy enjoyed his time at the Red Sox parade Saturday, so he wanted something to remember it by. No, a ring won’t be enough. He bought an entire duck boat, according to the Red Sox. So @JakePeavy_44 is fired up because he bought this boat. Yup, the whole thing. This is […]
The duck boat parade in Boston for the Red Sox on Saturday was a culmination of everything the team accomplished — winning the World Series in six games, shocking the baseball world in doing so and putting an entire city on its back after tragedy. The Red Sox did a nice job in representing their […]
Shane Victorino hit a three-run double off the Green Monster during the third inning in Game 6 of the World Series off Cardinals pitcher Michael Wacha. Check out the video: Your browser does not support iframes.
Amazing moment. Watch as Red Sox closer Koji Uehara strikes out Matt Carpenter to win the World Series: Your browser does not support iframes.
What’s your take for the bizzare final 15 seconds of Game 3 of the World Series? Should obstruction have been called on Will Middlebrooks? I say absolutely not, but watch the video for yourself… Your browser does not support iframes.
Tom Brady had one of his worst games in recent memory last week against the Jets, finishing 22 of 46 (47.8%), 228 yards, no touchdowns and one interception (a pick-6) in a loss. After the pick-6 play, Brady was seen flexing his hand as if he had been somewhat hurt. Well, maybe he actually was. […]