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Is Pedro Martinez a Hall of Famer?

Former Red Sox ace Pedro Martinez is apparently on his way to retirement. According to the Associated Press, Martinez has ruled out a return to the majors just three weeks after it seemed he suggested he wanted to return to the Red Sox. He said that those comments on a return were misinterpreted. With Pedro […]

Video: Drunk Fan Gets Wrecked by Fenway Security

Anyone who’s been to Fenway Park knows that there’s always that guy who has a few beers and thinks he’s a hero. Sometimes they’ll talk a little garbage, sometimes they’ll throw down with another bumbling fool and then there’s the one who wants to get on the field. I’m sure in sudden stroke of drunken […]

Sox’ Bats Show Life In Win Over Angels

It’s been no secret that the Sox offense has struggled in the early part of the 2011 season. After a 9-5 win over the Los Angeles Angels, we may know what this offense is really capable of. To say the Sox have struggled with runners in scoring position would be an understatement. The Red Sox […]

Burnt! Too Much Heat for Celtics To Handle In Game 1

The Celtics opened their second round series against the Miami Heat Sunday afternoon and the heater must have been on high, because the Heat dominated the Celtics as they lost Game 1 99-90. Tally one up for the new Big Three, who outscored the old big three 67-50. “I thought they were prepared, they were […]

Lester and Gonzalez Send Sox Home With a Win

After back-to-back losses to the Baltimore Orioles, the Red Sox, led by Jon Lester, salvaged the series with a 6-2 win. Lester did just what you want you want your ace to do, and that’s kill losing streaks. Lester flexed his muscles and played the role of the stopper with a stellar eight-inning effort. It also […]

Vince Wilfork Considers Retirement If NFL Loses Full Season to a Lockout

Just after Judge Susan Nelson’s ruling to grant the NFLPA a preliminary injunction to halt the lockout, Patriots Nose Tackle Vice Wilfork gave us even more reason to hope there isn’t a lockout. At a charity breakfast hosted by teammate Matt Light Tuesday morning, Wilfork said he would consider retiring if we don’t have a football season […]

Former Red Sox Outfielder Carl Everett Arrested for Aggravated Assault

Former Red Sox center fielder Carl Everett was never recognized as someone who was even keeled or cool tempered. Everett has once again shown us that he’s a different kind of individual. He was arrested just after 10 P.M. Monday on charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and tampering with a witness. He […]

No More Game 7′s! Bruins Need to Take Series In Six

Like they did all season long, the Bruins have taken us on a roller coaster ride in their first round playoff series against the Montreal Canadiens. After dropping the first two games at home, our Black and Gold went up to the Bell Centre and played two thrillers to tie the series up at two. […]

Tony Allen’s Grizzly New Haircut: A Brief Playoff ‘Hair Don’t’

I’ve heard of a playoff beard, but this is just ridiculous. Former Celtics guard Tony Allen, now a member of the Memphis Grizzlies, decided he’s show his allegiance to his team when he walked into the barbershop. Allen, clearly lacking good judgment, decided to get a haircut with his team logo trimmed into the back […]

Backup Plan: Celtics Bench Must Be Better In the Playoffs

The Celtics have a commanding 3-0 series lead and won last night’s game running away, but there is still a glaring issue that will have to be fixed if they expect to win in the later rounds. The Bench. The Knicks bench has outscored the Celtics bench so far this series 98-35. The Celtics bench […]

Celtics Can’t Grab Any End of Year Hardware

A day after Celtics forward Kevin Garnett came in a distant second behind Dwight Howard in the running for defensive player of the year, another C’s forward came up short for another end of the year award. It was announced earlier this week that Lamar Odom would be named the NBA’s Sixth Man of the […]

He Ain’t Walking Through That Door: Shaq Out For Playoffs?

According to the Eagle-Tribune, if the Celtics win banner 18, they’ll have to do it without the services of the big man in the middle. Shaquille O’Neal. Bill Burt wrote earlier today for the local Massachusetts newspaper that we may have seen “The Big Shamrock,” for the last time. A source told the paper: “If he […]

Runs Lacking for Lackey And The Bullpen Implodes In Sox’ Loss To A’s

The Red Sox three-game winning streak came to an end Tuesday night in Oakland, as the Athletics beat the Sox 5-0. The Sox got an outstanding start from a previously slumping starter for the second straight game. John Lackey followed up a solid performance from Daisuke Matsuzaka on Marahton Monday with a gem of his […]

Boston-New York Rivalry Hits The Hardwood: Celtics-Knicks Series Preview

It’s not Jets versus Patriots and it’s definitely not Yankees versus Red Sox, but when the Knicks (42-40) take on the Celtics (56-26) in the first round of the 2011 NBA Playoffs, it’s going to be yet another chapter in the war between Boston and New York. Two of the greatest sports cities in the […]

“The Big 4″ Sit as Celtics Close Out Season With Win Against Knicks

It was supposed to be a preview of arguably the most intriguing first round matchup of the playoffs, but with the “Big 4,” Carmelo Anthony and Chauncey Billups all watching from the bench it was more of a glorified pickup game. The Celtics bench got to play as the starters for the second straight night. […]