By Aaron Jackson, It may not be what it once was, but I still get at least a little fired up every time I see the Red Sox and Yankees get set to play baseball. This season the teams have only faced each other three times with New York winning every game. And it’s not […]
By Mark Paulette, Red Sox versus Yankees. That used to mean something. It used to be political. It used to ignite passion. It used to capture attention. Now, it’s just a set of words that carry no greater meaning than any other. TV networks would have you believing the ‘timeless’ rivalry hasn’t lost a beat, […]
By Aaron Jackson, Believe it or not we are now two months through the Major League Baseball season. It certainly doesn’t feel that way to me, but here we are. That means we can really start to form opinions on which teams are the best, and which teams are the worst. Considering very few people […]
Baseball Hall of Fame voters violated two unwritten rules by inducting Mariano Rivera with 100% of the vote and why this never made sense in the first place.
In honor of Sunday’s 76th Golden Globes, I present to you the first annual Boston sports Golden Globes.
Former Boston lefty, and Red Sox Hall-of-Famer, Bill Lee joined the show on Tuesday to discuss the current state of the Sox-Yanks’ rivalry and relive some of its former glory.
By Mark Paulette Look out, folks, because I’m about to ruffle some feathers with six little words. I am an Aaron Judge fan. I know, it’s blasphemous to put the word “like” or any other synonym in the same sentence as a member of the New York Yankees in these parts, but I can’t help […]
By Mark Paulette Description: Upstanding, respected organization looking for a rival of equal caliber to spice up life. Requirements: Must contend and be of relevancy in the American League’s Eastern Division. Knowledgeable and passionate fans needed to add to rival atmosphere. Strong dislike of Boston Red Sox preferred, though not necessary, as it’s something we […]