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South Park Explains Tom Brady’s Mediocre Season

This past Wednesday Comedy Central’s popular television program, “South Park”, ran an episode titled “Taming Strange” where one of the characters was going through puberty at an early age due to his taking of hormones. It was revealed that he had been taking the hormones by mistake and was supposed to be on a weekly […]

The AL MVP Debate: Inventing Ways for Mike Trout to Win

This past Sunday, Yahoo! Sports “expert”, Jeff Passan, published a piece about Angels OF Mike Trout and how he has come to embody a new meaning of “value” when it comes to voting for the AL MVP. The argument made is that Trout gives you more bang for your buck than any other player in […]

Bruins Stun Leafs in Epic Comeback to Win Game 7 in OT

This is why you never leave the party early. Hope was all but lost and there was no wind left in the sails of any fan sticking around the TD Garden with less than 11 minutes to play in the Bruins’ season and down 4-1 to Toronto. Suddenly, the Bruins threw it into 4th gear. […]

Wes Welker Agrees to Two-Year Deal with Denver Broncos

UPDATE: Deal is worth $12 million The Denver Broncos have successfully accomplished what the New England Patriots could not manage to do, and that is come to an agreement with WR Wes Welker. Welker agreed to a two-year deal today, successfully taking Tom Brady’s favorite target out of New England. After Tom Brady signed an […]

Matthew Stafford Breaks Drew Bledsoe’s Single-Season Pass Attempts Record

The Detroit Lions have had a disappointing year as a team. However, if there is a silver lining to salvage from their 4-12 season, it would most notably be WR Calvin Johnson setting the NFL single-season receiving yds record with 1,964 yds. Then we have a lesser-known record that takes a page of the history […]

Ellsbury Returns to Lineup as Sox Win 3-1 in Tampa

After a few days off during MLB’s All-Star Break, the Red Sox were back to business on Friday night in Tampa with a 3-1 win. Strong pitching stifled the Rays offense and the Sox got on the board early to put the game out of reach. The return of Jacoby Ellsbury was the talk of […]

Red Sox Trade Kevin Youkilis to White Sox

Kevin Youkilis has played his last game as a member of the Red Sox. After much speculation and ever increasing rumors all this week, the Sox have finalized a deal to send the former All-Star 3B to the Chicago White Sox. In return, Boston will receive pitcher Zach Stewart, utility man Brent Lillibridge and will […]

Red Sox Place Clay Buchholz on 15-Day DL

More injury news for the Red Sox as the team has decided to place SP Clay Buchholz on the 15-day disabled list with what is being called “gastrointestinal issues”. Buchholz was already scheduled to miss his start in the series finale against the Braves on Sunday, but after being hospitalized due to intestinal bleeding, the […]

Seguin’s OT Goal Sends Series Back to Boston for Game 7

The Bruins had the city of Boston on the edge of their seats all through Game 6 in Washington. The B’s repeatedly gave up their one-goal lead through three periods, but were ultimately victorious in overtime 4-3 thanks top the heroics of Tyler Seguin. Boston started off strong and broke young goaltender Braden Holtby less […]

Sox Remain Unbeaten at Home with 6-4 Win Over Rays

On a gorgeous Sunday afternoon at Fenway, the Red Sox continued to roll over their division enemies by winning their third straight with a 6-4victory over Tampa Bay. With some help from the bullpen, Felix Doubront picked up his first win of the season after going 5.0 innings. Doubront Lasts Long Enough Just like his […]

The New God Squad? Tim Tebow Could Get Traded to Patriots

With all the talk this NFL offseason being about who will win the Peyton Manning sweepstakes, three teams are reportedly the front runners for #18′s services. San Francisco, Tennessee and Denver are the three names that pop up most frequently. Manning worked out with the Titans on Saturday afternoon, which only fueled talks of the […]

Bruins and Shawn Thornton Agree to Two-Year Extension

After celebrating their 3-2 shootout victory over Philadelphia on Saturday afternoon, the Bruins decided to keep Shawn Thornton around for a little longer. Boston signed the 34-year old forward to a 2-year extension worth $1.1 million per year thus keeping him from becoming an urestricted free agent at the end of this season. Thornton has […]

Patriots Sign WR Brandon Lloyd

Free agent WR Brandon Lloyd has been connected to joining the Patriots since the end of the regular season. Now all the talk has been confirmed as New England inked the veteran receiver to a three-year deal worth $12 million. Lloyd has bounced around the NFL for the better part of last decade playing for […]

Dropkick Murphys’ Comment About Papelbon Taken Out of Context

With the departure of closer Jonathan Papelbon to the Philadelphia Phillies after last season, we here in Boston assumed Pap’ would take everything with him. Ken Casey, the frontman of Boston’s own Dropkick Murphys, reportedly told ESPN Music that he does not want the former Sox closer to use their song, “Shipping up to Boston” […]

Bruins and Boychuk Agree on Three-Year Extension

Boston has locked up defenseman Johnny Boychuk for the next three years to the tune of $10.08 million. TSN reported the news earlier today. Boychuk would have been an unrestricted free agent at the end of this season, but the Bruins got a deal done and were able to secure the services of the 28-year-old. […]