A few notes from today. I've got a new column up for the Metro: Moss Speculation Means New Lows For Media. Rodney Harrison was a guest on the Dan Patrick Show today, and as always, had some interesting things to say. Jeremy Gottlieb goes around the league on Patriots Daily. The Big Lead has an interesting post … Continue reading Wednesday Afternoon Notes
From the very first pitch last night it seemed that the Red Sox were going to need some help to secure the wild card playoff berth. Clay Buchholz got shelled as the Toronto Blue Jays were once again launching home runs all over Fenway Park. The Red Sox made it tight close, and had the … Continue reading Sox Back Into The Wild Card
The Celtics held their annual media day yesterday, which marks the official opening of training camp for the 2009/2010 season. Mark Murphy has the Celtics starting out with a hopes of raising banner # 18 this season. Robert Lee has the Celtics feeling rejuvenated and upbeat as the new season begins. Jessica Camerato gives us a media day wrapup. … Continue reading Celtics Ready To Roll
Last week the likes of Michael Felger, Tony Massarotti and Gary Tanguay (not to mention Dakota from Braintree) told us that the Falcons were an undefeated offensive juggernaut that would shred the Patriots defense all day long. After listening some yesterday, apparently the Falcons were nothing but a flawed, dome NFC team that couldn't play in … Continue reading Do They Make The Grade?
Updated with more links below. There had been a lot of doom forecast this week regarding the Patriots. Sports radios hosts and callers, as well as national football writers felt that the high-powered Atlanta Falcons offense was going to come into Foxborough and run roughshod over the Patriots defense. Tony Gonzalez in particular would be a problem … Continue reading Demise of Patriots Put on Hold. Again.
Mixing things up a little bit this Friday, rather than full links, we'll jump around a little bit. Patriots Daily is giving you what you need for Sunday's Patriots/Falcons game. Weekly features like Worry Wart by Chris Warner, Trading Places - a chat with the Falcoholic blog and First Impressions get you warmed up for Sunday. Later today the … Continue reading Friday Ramblin’s
Not that it ever crept too close to shore anyway, but the 2009 A.L. East ship has sailed for good in a week when the Sox continue to struggle against an MLB weakling and the Yankees get some answers to their questions. Better Red Than Dead counts Kansas City among the cities in which Boston … Continue reading Week Log: A Heavy Dose of Reality
After losing the first two games of their four game set with the Kansas City Royals, the Red Sox got on back last night, with a 9-3 win. Amalie Benjamin has the Red Sox shaving another game off their magic number for clinching a postseason spot. The number now sits at five. Michael Silverman has Josh Beckett … Continue reading Sox Straighten Up
All season we've been hearing about the Royals' Zack Greinke. Last night, the Red Sox and their fans got an up close look at the young Kansas City ace, and he didn't disappoint, pitching six shutout innings as the Royals beat the Red Sox 5-1. Boston managed just two hits the entire night. Amalie Benjamin has … Continue reading Zack Greinke Shuts Down Red Sox
NESN announced today that Jade McCarthy will join NESN as an anchor, host and reporter in January 2010. From their press release today: A Newton, Massachusetts native, McCarthy has spent the last 4 years with WCAU NBC 10 in Philadelphia, where she serves as a sports anchor/reporter. In 2008 she won 2 Emmy awards, one for … Continue reading NESN Adds Jade McCarthy To On-Air Cast