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Boston Celtic Rajon Rondo Finally Gets Some Respect

Filed in Sports by on May 10, 2010 1 Comment
Boston Celtic Rajon Rondo Finally Gets Some Respect

For those that remember Rodney Dangerfield you know his catch phrase “I can’t get no respect”.  The Boston Celtics Rajon Rondo could easily be saying that this year without it being a joke.  Yesterday the 24 year old point guard put on a show for both Boston sports fans at the expense of the Cleveland […]

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Boston Sports Nirvana Hits the Hub

Filed in Sports by on May 4, 2010 1 Comment
Boston Sports Nirvana Hits the Hub

If you checked the Boston news or newspapers this morning (May 4th 2010) you would have seen what some in Boston would consider sports nirvana.  The Celtics won their playoff game against a Cavaliers team that looked downright unbeatable the other day.  The Bruins have taken a 2-0 lead in the playoffs against the Flyers […]

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Pop Quiz: Who’s Driving the Sox Offense?

Filed in Sports by on April 27, 2010 0 Comments
Pop Quiz: Who’s Driving the Sox Offense?

Pop quiz: which Red Sox player has the highest batting average so far this season? Is it V-Mart? Pedroia? Another one of the usual suspects? Believe it or not, it’s Jason Varitek. Yes, the veteran catcher—who, you may remember, lost his starting job mid-season last year when the Sox brought in hard-hitting Victor Martinez in […]

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Boston Bruins Wake Up Their Fair Weather Fans

Filed in Sports by on April 27, 2010 0 Comments
Boston Bruins Wake Up Their Fair Weather Fans

The Boston Bruins are making Boston sports fans take notice as they move on to the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.  I admit it, when it comes to professional hockey I am pretty much a fair weather fan.  In Boston we can be spoiled especially when you have 3 out of the 4 […]

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Poor Pitching Sinking Sox

Filed in Sports by on April 24, 2010 0 Comments
Poor Pitching Sinking Sox

For all the talk about the struggling Red Sox offense, you’d think that was the reason why the restructured team is off to such a miserable start this season. Actually, though, it’s Boston’s starting pitchers who have the team off to a subpar 7-10 start. Boston pitchers have a cumulative ERA of 4.53 on the […]

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Boston Marathon – Great for the Boston Economy

Filed in Headline, Local Events, Sports, Things To Do by on April 15, 2010 2 Comments
Boston Marathon – Great for the Boston Economy

2011 Boston Marathon Update: The weather seems to be cooperating for the 115th Boston Marathon scheduled for this upcoming April 18th.  Though spring has been with us for a bit the Patriot’s Day holiday kicks off the spring season particularly since it is the beginning of school vacation. We wanted to update the post from […]

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Welcome Back, Jason Varitek

Filed in Sports by on April 11, 2010 0 Comments
Welcome Back, Jason Varitek

The most important part of the Red Sox just-concluded three game set in Kansas City is the 2-1 series victory Boston pulled out. With the two wins, Boston is back to a .500 record overall on the young season. The two wins also snapped a three game losing streak Boston had been carrying since they […]

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Big Papi Gets the Squeeze: Calls Already Mounting For Slugger’s Ouster

Filed in Featured, Sports by on April 8, 2010 1 Comment
Big Papi Gets the Squeeze: Calls Already Mounting For Slugger’s Ouster

Baseball, more than any other sport, perhaps more than any other profession besides politics, is constantly beleaguered by the question, “What have you done for me lately?” In a game where statistics are sacred, where every piece of data is scrutinized, analyzed, and categorized, a player’s poor performance cannot go unnoticed. So when high profile, […]

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Play Ball: Red Sox Open Season With Win Over Yankees

Filed in Sports by on April 6, 2010 0 Comments
Play Ball: Red Sox Open Season With Win Over Yankees

It may have only been opening day, but it felt like a playoff game. The Red Sox got their season going strong Sunday night over the Yankees in a tense matchup of big plays and nail-biting at bats. The Yankees came out quick in the second inning, as Jorge Posada and newcomer Curtis Granderson knocked […]

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More Tough Guy Posturing at the TD Garden

Filed in Featured, Sports by on March 19, 2010 0 Comments
More Tough Guy Posturing at the TD Garden

I am a vengeful man. I harbor grudges long past their relevance. I practically wring my hands at all the ruing my enemies will do when they get their comeuppance, for, you know, whatever it was they did. Yet even I’m having a hard time feeling good about the Bruins score-settling with the Pittsburgh Penguins. […]

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