#8 Manny Ramirez Becomes The Easiest Target Ever

Like shooting fish in a barrel... http://cdn.pis.picapp.com/IamProd/PicAppPIS/JavaScript/PisV4.jsTo borrow an antiquated phrase, that's what ripping Manny Ramirez was like during most of this decade for the Boston sports media. Whenever things might be a little slow during the baseball season (or in Mike Adams' case, any time of year, and even well after Manny left town) … Continue reading #8 Manny Ramirez Becomes The Easiest Target Ever

#9 Curt Schilling Arrives, Joins SoSH, Starts Blogging

Number nine on the list of the biggest episodes this decade in the Boston sports media is Curt Schilling's arrival in Boston after the Red Sox acquired in a trade with the Arizona Diamondbacks. Schilling immediately caused headlines when it was revealed that he had joined the Red Sox messageboard Sons of Sam Horn, even before … Continue reading #9 Curt Schilling Arrives, Joins SoSH, Starts Blogging

What? Randy Moss DIDN’T lay down? Heretic!

Ian R. Rapoport on the Boston Herald Patriots blog The Rap Sheet, talks with Edge NFL Matchup executive producer Greg Cosell about how Randy Moss supposedly "shut it down" against the Panthers last Sunday. Cosell in fact, seems a little indignant that those making that claim have obviously not seen the game film and studied what Moss actually … Continue reading What? Randy Moss DIDN’T lay down? Heretic!

Reviewing the Decade – Top Boston Sports Media Episodes

I'm hoping to spend some time over the next couple of weeks reviewing the decade that was in the Boston sports media. These episodes aren't neccesarily the biggest sports moments of the decade (though some are) but more about storylines that impacted the media, or times when the media completely blew something out of proportion. … Continue reading Reviewing the Decade – Top Boston Sports Media Episodes