Before Jonas Gray ran over the Colts for 199 yards and the first four touchdowns of his career Sunday night against the Colts, he was a stand-up comedian. “Back in the day, I called myself a funny guy — did a little stand up,” Gray said Monday. “I was pretty successful at it here and […]
It’s been a lost season for the Red Sox, but the same can’t be said for the Angels, who have beaten the Red Sox three straight times and are in first place in the AL West. THe third win in this stretch, though, was very costly, as the team lost its best pitcher, Garret Richards […]
Tuuka Rask can literally stop shots fired out of a cannon. When Zdeno Chara, owner of the NHL’s hardest slap shot, is on your team this is exactly the type of hyperbole that one could expect to hear about Rask. But after a charity game in Finland some Boston fan may actually claim this to […]
This is really cool. It’s a look at NFL team logos through the years, sorted on a map. I find it amazing how regional the NFL was in the early days. Take a look:
Here’s a look at Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski dancing on “Whose Line is it Anyway?” because… why not?
There is a spectrum of Red Sox fans, I think we can all admit. There are the Pink Hats and the Guy Listening to His Transistor Radio Behind Home Plate. There is the I Don’t Care If We’re Down 9-0, I’m Still Singing “Sweet Caroline” and the Cowers Behind Her Couch Because No 9-0 Lead […]
If there’s a silver lining to the Red Sox loss Tuesday against the Blue Jays, it’s the cool fan that was relaxing in Fenway Park – the guy in the Whalers shirt eating a hot dog. Jays catcher Dioner Navarro hit a ground-rule double, and the fan just let the ball come to him, making […]
The Bruins really needed a win in Game 4, and they got it. But it wasn’t easy. The newly called-up Matt Fraser, acquired from Dallas in the Tyler Seguin trade, netted the game-winner early in the first overtime of Game 4 against the Montreal Canadiens. The Bruins and Canadiens are now all knotted up 2-2 […]
Keenan Thompson portrayed Red Sox slugger David Ortiz on Saturday Night Live this week after the recent selfie controversy with President Obama. Check out the video: Thoughts?
Some of the “This is SportsCenter” ads have been funny over the years. Here’s another example, with baseball’s true Opening Day on Monday. This one features Pirates star Andrew McCutchen and a group of pirate mascots pirating an ESPN meeting:
Shane Victorino hit a three-run double off the Green Monster during the third inning in Game 6 of the World Series off Cardinals pitcher Michael Wacha. Check out the video: Your browser does not support iframes.
Amazing moment. Watch as Red Sox closer Koji Uehara strikes out Matt Carpenter to win the World Series: Your browser does not support iframes.
Have you seen this yet? It’s a pretty cool montage showing the Red Sox road to the World Series:
Miss the end of the Red Sox game? It’s understandable — it was late on a Sunday night. Either way, Jarrod Saltalamacchia had some late-inning heroics, knocking in the game-winning run with a single in Game 2. Check out the video: Your browser does not support iframes.
David Ortiz has done it again, hitting a game-tying grand slam against the Tigers in Game 2. The Red Sox went on to win the game, 6-5. Check out the video here: Your browser does not support iframes.