A Blount good bye: LeGarrette leaves New England

By Sterling Pingree On Wednesday, LeGarrette Blount signed with the Philadelphia Eagles. This news was met with a collective yawn and at most a curious inquiry about whether or not the Patriots would get compensatory draft choices from the Eagles. This ending seemed inevitable with the Patriots making a long term commitment to Super Bowl […]

Cleveland radio host Ken Carman on Celtics/Cavs and how Boston sports is viewed

On The Drive, we give you tremendous information on Boston sports, from the perspective of Boston pundits and fans. On Wednesday, we got a different perspective as we welcomed in Ken Carman of The Ken Carman Show on 92.3 The Fan in Cleveland. Ken broke down the Eastern Conference Finals match up between the Cavs […]

These Patriots are the new Showtime Lakers

By Sterling Pingree In the 1980’s, the great rivalry in sports was the Boston Celtics and the Los Angeles Lakers. This rivalry ran beyond just competition and NBA supremacy. The two teams were diametrically opposed: the Celtics were a blue collar club which took on the personality of its biggest star, the irrepressible Hick from […]

Pete Abraham updates David Price’s progress, the Shaw-Thornburg trade and the Red Sox offense

Pete Abraham of the Boston Globe joined Sterling Pingree and Mark Paulette to give an update on David Price’s progress,the disparity of the Travis Shaw for Tyler Thornburg trade and  whether or not John Farrell has found the Red Sox best line up.     Catch The Drive, weekdays 4pm to 6pm on 92.9fm The […]

Celtics vs Wizards Game 5: from the brilliant mind of Mark

By Mark Paulette The Boston Celtics 2017 season is at a crossroads. Rather than mindlessly breaking down analytics like I know what I’m talking about, allow me to crack open a cold one…invariably of the fruity variety…and share with you my most random thoughts on all things “Team Green”. Pregame observations: Why is there a […]