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2013 Red Sox Depth Chart: Will Middlebrooks, 3rd Base

Recently, we previewed one of the cornerstones of the Red Sox, second baseman Dustin Pedroia. Today, we look at the future of the Red Sox, who happens to be manning the hot corner at third base: Third Base The situation at third base is different from the current outlook at second base, but not so […]

2013 Red Sox Depth Chart: Dustin Pedroia, 2nd Base

After a turbulent offseason, the Boston Red Sox enter the 2013 season with a significant amount of uncertainty at several key positions around the diamond. Will Mike Napoli stay healthy at first base? Will Jose Iglesias ever make it in the big leagues? How will Jonny Gomes handle full-time duties in left field? However, there […]

Celtics Begin Their Post-Rondo Season By Trouncing Kings

Well, that couldn’t have gotten off to a much better start. Although many expect the Celtics to play well even without Rajon Rondo, tonight’s game was encouraging in many ways, as the Celtics polished off the Sacramento Kings, 99-81. After their All-Star point guard was ruled out for the rest of the season with a […]

Celtics Lose Overtime Heartbreaker to Bulls

In a game that they didn’t deserve to win, the Celtics still had multiple chances to do just that, dropping an overtime thriller to the Chicago Bulls, 100-99. Trailing for most of the game, the Celtics were outplayed by an undermanned Bulls squad in their second frustrating loss in a row. They trailed for nearly […]

Ray Lewis And The Patriot Way

And so it begins. In a development that surprised nobody, the Baltimore Ravens kicked off the trash talk before the Patriots had even finished defeating the Houston Texans on Sunday. Ravens Linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo sent out several tweets ripping the Patriots’ offense, calling them “a gimmick” and saying that their style of play was akin […]

Rondo, Celtics Suffocate Pacers to Earn Much Needed Win

The Boston Celtics, losers of four in a row going into Friday night, pulled away from the Indiana Pacers for a 94-75 victory. The Celtics led by as many as 24 in what was one of their most complete efforts of the season The Celtics got 18 points each from Rajon Rondo and Kevin Garnett, […]

Celtics West Coast Road Trip: Preview the Opponents

With their Christmas Day beat down of the Brooklyn Nets behind them, a Boston Celtics team in need of some serious momentum heads west to begin a three game West Coast swing. They will face the red-hot Los Angeles Clippers, an up-and-coming Golden State Warriors squad, and the perennial underdogs of California, the Sacramento Kings. Here’s a […]

The Changing Landscape of the American League East

Buckle your seat belts, ladies and gentlemen. This is not in the AL East we’re used to any more. After a turbulent regular season, marked by the Baltimore Orioles making the playoffs and the Boston Red Sox finishing in last place, the offseason that followed has been equally hectic. A flurry of big-name acquisitions by […]

Time to Rewrite The Truth About Paul Pierce?

Ever since being drafted 10th overall by the Celtics back in 1998, Paul Pierce has been “the guy” in Boston. The closer. The Captain. The Truth. Even when he wasn’t the only All-Star on the C’s, whether in his early days of sharing the floor with Antoine Walker or with the recent reincarnation of the […]

Kevin Youkilis to the Yankees: Reasons and Reactions

Say it ain’t so, Youk!! Kevin Youkilis recently became the latest in a long line of Red Sox players to defect to the “dark side” and join the New York Yankees, signing a one-year deal worth a reported $12 million. It’s a deal that makes sense for both parties, as the Yankees will be without starting […]