The Red Sox couldn’t pull off another Mother’s Day miracle this year, as they fell to the Minnesota Twins 9-8 before a national ESPN audience last night. Tim Wakefield suffered the loss after giving up six earned runs in 2.2 innings, including a pair of home runs. Get all the coverage from RedSoxLinks.com

The Celtics face their latest road test tonight in Cleveland, as they seek to avenge a 24 point loss to the Cavaliers on Saturday night. The team needs to put this talk about their road woes to a end, and there would be no better time than tonight for them to do this. Check all the headlines over on CelticsLinks.com  On the BSMW full court press, Kevin Henkin has a look back at the Saturday night disaster. Bill Burt says it is time for the Celtics to show some backbone, Tim Weisberg agrees that it is time to put an end to the road woes, he also recaps some highlights of the Bill Russell/Kevin Garnett interview on ABC this weekend. Lenny Megliola says that the Celtics are flirting with disaster.

Note to the NBA: Could you please not assign Bennett Salvatore to any more Celtics games this postseason? Thank you for your consideration.

Voting for the next member of the Patriots Hall of Fame is well under way. While Ben Coates might well win based on the fact that his career is the freshest in our minds, over at Patriots Daily, Scott Benson puts forth a compelling case of why Jim Nance should get your vote. I encourage you to read this before casting your vote. Also check out PatriotsLinks.com for the latest news and headlines around the team.

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One thought on “Sox Fall In Minnesota

  1. Jim Nance got my vote. He carried this franchise in the mid-late sixties. I was surprised when his name wasn’t on the list last year.

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