In the past 48 hours, several organizations have done what the Red Sox have simply refused to do; pony up large sums of cash to keep their homegrown talent where it belongs – home.
In honor of Sunday’s 76th Golden Globes, I present to you the first annual Boston sports Golden Globes.
Red Sox Insider, Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe joined the show on the eve of the World Series to give his predictions for the fall classic between the Red Sox and Dodgers.
Sunday is a big day for New England sports fans as both the Boston Red Sox and New England Patriots have big games Sunday night. Let’s take a look at the five most important athletes if we’re to be going to bed happy.
Be honest, did you know Jerry Remy made an All-Star team? What if I told you that in 1978, Remy hit TWO home runs and batted .278? Struck out 55 times? Walked 40? The best stat from Remy’s ’78 season? 30 stolen bases, only got caught 13 times. My god baseball was weird in the 70’s.
Jason Mastrodonato of The Boston Herald joined the show on Tuesday to cover the latest news out of Alex Cora’s daily press conference from Camden Yards.
By Aaron Jackson, We’re now in the month of June, and you know what that means! Time to prepare for your MLB All Star game party! No? You don’t have a party for the game? Oh…ok. Well, you’re probably at least a little interested in who will be playing in the game right? No? Well, […]
While Betts continues to attach his name to the league’s best talent, he also brings his value into an equal stratosphere.
Eric Wilbur of Boston.com joined the show on Wednesday to cover the Boston Beat and preview Bruins-Lightning Game 3.
While an offensive explosion is never a bad sight, I honestly found myself rooting for a 1-0 or 2-1 victory like we became accustomed to over the weekend, hoping that Richards would find success in his improbable MLB debut.