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Tom Caron, NESN Reach New Deal On Contract

Good news Red Sox fans! (maybe? Is this guy a beloved member of Red Sox Nation?) Tom Caron is sticking around for at least a couple more years. TC, a 15-year veteran at NESN, will continue to serve as the host of the Red Sox pre- and post-game shows. He does a great job, and […]

Red Sox Ratings Fall for First Time in Years

If you have missed the Red Sox recently, it seems that you aren’t alone. For the last six years, Boston fans have propelled the local nine to the top spot as the baseball franchise with the highest rated local telecasts in the country. This year, as the Red Sox have been uber-plagued with injury, they […]

The Couch Potato Report: Sox, Softball, and Snooki

During the 2008 Presidential election, we heard both Barack Obama and John McCain use the rhetorical expression “you can’t put lipstick on a pig” multiple times as their respective campaigns waged on towards election day. One of my friends from across the pond has a different way of saying the same thing… “you can’t polish […]

Jerry Remy Signs Contract Extension with NESN

After a tumultuous 2009 that included a cancer scare, a lot of time off, and a bout with depression, Jerry Remy has returned to the Red Sox booth full-time this season. In his time back, it’s as if he never left. Sox games just aren’t the same without the Rem-Dawg and Don Orsillo, and NESN […]

Kevin Millar to Join NESN

Cowboy Up NESN, you’ve just hired an Idiot. Kevin Millar is reportedly joining the NESN team and is scheduled to make his network debut on Thursday, May 27, for the pregame show of the Red Sox-Royals game. Millar will join host Tom Caron and Red Sox Hall of Famer Jim Rice on the show. During […]

Fred Cusick, Voice of the Bruins, Dead at Age 90

Sad news to report this afternoon, as Bruins fans everywhere begin to mourn the loss of legendary Bruins broadcaster Fred Cusick (1918-2009), whose passing was confirmed by his family today. He was 90 years old. Cusick, already a Hockey Hall of Famer, was to be inducted into the Massachusetts Broadcasters Hall of Fame at a […]

Jerry Remy to Return on Friday Against Yankees

After a long battle with depression after lung cancer surgery, Jerry Remy is headed back to the broadcasting booth. Remy made a brief appearance during the second inning of a Red Sox game last week. Remy will, at first, join the NESN team on a part-time basis and slowly move into the swing of this. […]

Jerry Remy Return Sometime Soon?

Depression to Blame for Remy’s Extended Absence According to the Boston Globe, Jerry Remy will appear in the Red Sox booth Wednesday night for an inning, a sign that he could be returning to the booth permanently in the near future. He was at Fenway Park attending Terry Francona’s press conference Wednesday, the first time […]

Jerry Remy Update: Cancer-Free

UPDATE (08/12/09): Jerry Remy returns to Fenway Park for the first time since May, and could return to the booth soon. Jerry Remy has been out since May while recovering from off-season lung cancer surgery. According to his son Jared, Jerry is feeling much better and is now cancer-free. It still remains a mystery, however, […]

Jerry Remy Sick, Flies Home

For more on Jerry’s health in 2011…read about his bout with pneumonia. —— UPDATE (08/12/09): Jerry Remy returns to Fenway Park for the first time since May, and could return to the booth soon. UPDATE (08/05/09): According to his son, Jerry is now cancer-free and feeling better! There’s no timetable for his return, though… UPDATE […]

Video: Jack Edwards Compares Bruins Win to Revolutionary War

NESN play-by-play announcer Jack Edwards can say some interesting things from time-to-time in the announcer’s booth, but his rant as Phil Kessel scored the empty-net goal in Monday’s win against the Canadiens has to qualify as one of his strangest moments yet. Edwards likened the Bruins to the colonial Bostonians from the 1600′s who fought […]

Hazel Mae to Leave Nesn

Another one of NESN’s anchors is leaving the network as Hazel Mae has said she will be leaving at the end of the month. Mae has been the host of NESN’s Sportsdesk and other mostly Red Sox oriented programs since joining the network four years ago. It seems like an amicable separation as NESN has […]