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Ortiz HR Lifts Sox in Game 1; Verlander Gem Gets Tigers Split in Game 2

The Red Sox looked to extend their winning streak of five games on Sunday afternoon as they began the day-night doubleheader at 1 p.m. in Detriot. The Sox sent Clay Buchholz to the mound in Game 1 and Josh Beckett in for Game 2.  Boston did in fact get the win in the first game, beating […]

One Run Proves To Be Enough As Red Sox Squeak By Tigers 1-0

They say that one swing of the bat can change a whole game and that was proven to be true Wednesday night in the Red Sox win over the Detroit Tigers. The final score was 1-0, and the game’s only run came in the bottom of the eighth inning when Jarrod Saltalamacchia belted a ball […]

A Red Sox-Angels Game or the Boston Marathon?

The Red Sox fans who decided to deal with all the rain did not leave Fenway Park happy last night (or should we say this morning!).  In a game that took 13 innings to finish, the LA Angels of Anaheim defeated the Red Sox 5-3. The game started Wednesday night around 7:05pm and the last […]

Red Sox Rally, But Still Lose 5-4 To Baltimore

The Red Sox lost their second straight as they fell to the Baltimore Orioles 5-4 Wednesday night. The Sox bats didn’t show up until the top of the eighth inning, after they were already trailing 4-0. In that frame, they put together a few hits and rallied back to tie the game. Jacoby Ellsbury singled and […]

Red Sox Win 7-0 To Complete Sweep Of Angels

The Red Sox completed their sweep of the LA Angels of Anaheim, celebrating Easter with a 7-0 win behind John Lackey.  Lackey pitched eight scoreless innings, giving up six hits and one walk while striking out six.  The Red Sox got their eighth win in the last nine games and now are only one win away from being […]

Sox Get First Back To Back Wins, Dominate Blue Jays 8-1

John Lester had another great outing pitching six solid innings and only allowing one run as the Red Sox picked up their fourth win of the year over the Toronto Blue Jays 8-1 Sunday afternoon.  The Red Sox got a three-run homer from Jacoby Ellsbury, while catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia also drove in three runs of […]

Celtics Blown Out By Heat, Lose No. 2 Seed In East

The Celtics have had their success so far this season against the Miami Heat, but Sunday night was a whole different story.  With Chicago clinching the No. 1 seed in the East, the Heat and Celtics are now battling for the second and third seeds heading into the playoff. Miami definitely seemed to have more […]

Shaq’s Return Doesn’t Last Long As Celtics Beat Pistons

It had been 27 games since Celtics fans got to see “The BIG Shamrock” in action, but with 4:43 left in the first quarter, Shaquille O’Neal stepped foot on the hardwood, ready to give Boston fans what they have been waiting for.  He entered to a loud roar, and you could see the happiness and excitement in the fans’ […]

Daniel Nava Released From Red Sox: What’s Next?

In his first major-league-at-bat Daniel Nava took a first pitch fastball from Joe Blanton and blasted it into the Red Sox’ bullpen for a grand slam. The Red Sox went on to beat the Philadelphia Phillies in that game 10-2, in what seemed like a very promising game for Nava and his future with the team. […]

Randy Moss To The Patriots In 2011?

Is Randy Moss on his way to New England? Not quite yet, but it looks possible in the near future. In an interview on March 16 on KFAN radio in Minneapolis, Randy Moss was quoted as saying: “If you’re asking me where my heart and where I’m happy is, I love playing with Tom Brady. I […]

Celtics Suffocate Bucks, Set Team Record For Fewest Points Allowed In Shot Clock Era

The Celtics snapped their two game losing streak Sunday night with an easy win over the Milwaukee Bucks 87-56. The Celtics answered many questions and proved that their defense is still very potent. The defense helped create a new franchise record for fewest points allowed by the Celtics in a single game in the shot clock era (56). Ray Allen went 6-10 from […]

Do The Celtics Have A Need For Rasheed’s Return?

Kendrick Perkins leaving, Rasheed Wallace coming back? Not quite yet, but it is a possibility. With all the recent transactions the Boston Celtics have made in the past few weeks, how much could it hurt to add one more? In the wake of Game 7, Wallace was debating hanging up his jersey and retiring from the NBA. But recently […]

Have The Knicks Caught Up With The Celtics?

Carmelo Anthony played his first game with the New York Knicks Wednesday night, scoring 27 points and grabbing 10 rebounds in a win over the Milwaukee Bucks. Although this win was against a 22-35 team, it started the Knicks second half of the season on the right foot. New York made this trade with intentions […]

Pierce Bounces Back In Celtics Win Over The Nets

Paul Pierce bounced back rather quickly after scoring only one point and going 0-10 from the field in Sunday’s win over the Miami Heat. Wednesday night, Pierce went 10-18 from the field and scored 31 points to lead the Boston Celtics to a 94-80 win over the New Jersey Nets.  The Celtics are headed into […]

Carmelo Anthony to the Lakers?

It’s been all over ESPN and we still have no idea what’s going to happen.  What will the decision be? What team will he be playing for? No, were not talking about Lebron anymore, now its Carmelo Anthony.  With the trade deadline approaching, many teams are trying to shift around players and make a run in the […]