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Red Sox Reportedly Make Deal with Chili Davis for Hitting Coach

Sunday the Red Sox began the process of turning the page to 2015 when they reportedly reached an agreement with hitting coach Chili Davis. Davis had been with the Oakland Athletics for the last three seasons.

Restart the Rumor Mill: Kevin Love in Boston This Weekend

As general manager Danny Ainge and the Boston Celtics scout potential lottery picks in the 2014 NBA Draft, Kevin Love may be doing some scouting of his own. Rumor has it that Love is in Boston this weekend, touring the city, catching a Red Sox game (assuredly drawing a raucous cheer from the Fenway Faithful […]

P.K. Subban Deserves Our Respect After Racist Tweets

If you’re a fan of the Boston Bruins, chances are that you don’t have many kind things to say about Montreal Canadien P.K. Subban. But, after rising above some idiotic comments made by some idiotic people Subban deserves at least a slight hat tip from Boston fans and residents alike. Ever since joining the Canadiens […]

Lester Strikes Out 15 as Red Sox Beat A’s 6-3

Lester’s Impressive Start In case you missed it, Jon Lester threw an absolute gem for the Red Sox on Saturday. Lester earned his 3rd win of the season (3-4), tallying 15 strikeouts while only allowing 1 hit and 2 walks over 8 innings against the Oakland Athletics. There hasn’t been a Red Sox pitcher to […]

Yankees vs. Red Sox: Round 2 in Boston

Overview The New York Yankees comes to Boston tonight to start the second act of the perennial drama that is the Red Sox/Yankees rivalry. In their first meeting the Sox dropped three out of four games in New York. The Yankees have since found themselves at the top of the AL East with an 11-8 […]

Thoughts on the Boston Marathon bombings, One Year Later

One year after two bombs exploded at the finish line of the Boston Marathon, we’re looking back at how horrible that day was and how resilent the city proved to be. First, here are my thoughts: “I was in the newsroom at WMUR when we heard over the Boston police scanner that there were two […]

Red Sox vs Yankees Preview

Red Sox vs Yankees Preview The Boston Red Sox (4-5) and the New York Yankees (4-5), commonly referred to as the greatest rivalry in baseball, will meet tonight in New York for the first time in the 2014 season. The Red Sox are coming off a big comeback win against the Texas Rangers and the […]

Did the Red Sox Burn Out Their Clutch?

Anticlimactic Opener I understand that it’s only 7 games into the season, but something is already missing. Where’s the magic? After an ending like last year, how could this season for the Red Sox start off so slow? First off, the Sox lost their season opener to the Baltimore Orioles, but it was a well-pitched […]

2 Boston Firefighters Killed in Back Bay Fire; Tom Brady Watches From Afar

Tragically, two firefighters were killed battling a tremendous fire in the Back Bay area of Boston on Wednesday: Lt. Ed Walsh, 43, was a 9 1/2 year veteran. He was married with 2 boys, 1 girl – all under 10. Firefighter Michael Kennedy, 33, was with the department for 6 1/2 years. He was single […]

Offseason Activity Continues as Sox Trade RP Morales to Rockies for IF Hererra

The Boston Red Sox continued its active offseason, despite many media outlets reporting that Ben Cherington’s roster moves were complete. On Wednesday, the Red Sox acquired Jonathan Herrera from the Colorado Rockies in exchange for Franklin Morales and minor league reliever Chris Martin. Offensively, Herrera boasted a reliable .292/.336/.364 line in 2013. He has the […]

Video: Milan Lucic Punched in Bar Fight After Game in Vancouver

Milan Lucic is a tough guy on the ice and on Saturday night he proved he’s a smart one off it, too. A local Vancouver resident punched Lucic twice in the face and the Bruin forward refused to retaliate. He knows that the only time he can legally dole out some physical punishment is when […]

Celtics, Knicks Talking Amar’e Stoudemire Trade?

Reportedly, the Knicks would like to trade Amar’e Stoudemire. The Celtics, in return, would send Kris Humphries and Gerald Wallace to New York. Humphries has not played much this season, while Stoudemire shows there is little difference between how he stands on and off the court. This trade is a spade for a spade. Spades […]

Mike Napoli Was Drunk, Shirtless in Boston on Saturday

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 […]

Patriots 1st Preseason Game Thoughts

Entering Friday Night’s firsts Patriots Pre-season game against the Philadelphia Eagles there were a good amount of questions with the most obvious being the new receiving corps. However, Patriots fans finally had a chance to take a look at Ryan Mallet, Tim Tebow and the running game.

Red Sox, Dustin Pedroia Working on $100 Million Contract Extension

The Boston Red Sox and 2B Dustin Pedroia are currently working out a deal that could pay the slugger in excess of $100 million. Yahoo! Sports first reported that the deal is between 5-6 years and worth $100 million. Currently Yankees SS Derek Jeter is the highest paid infielder in baseball, earning $17.9 million per […]