The Patriots' preseason games on Aug. 9 (Saints), Aug. 24 (at Tampa) and Aug. 29 (at Giants) can be seen live on the Patriots Preseason Television Network, available in all six New England states and Hawaii. (In the past, games were also shown in Alaska, and in Canada, but that appears not to be the … Continue reading Patriots 2012 Preseason TV Affiliates
Glad to see the fearless sports editor of the Boston Globe is back in full Patriots finger-wagging mode. https://twitter.com/Globesullivan/status/232496164396736512 Right, because making rookies go down a slip-n-slide - in full public view of media and coaches - is the same as the sexual assaults and beatings that have been uncovered among high schools. If anything, … Continue reading Globe Editor Finger-Wags Patriots. Again.
Should the Red Sox fire Bobby Valentine? This was the big question being debated within the media and across the radio airwaves on Monday. The majority say that Valentine should be gone, but there are still some that want to stick with the manager. The attention that the subject has gotten over the past few … Continue reading Should the Red Sox fire Bobby Valentine?
A guest column from Mike Passanisi. Larry Whiteside passed away five years ago last month. Younger Sox fans probably don't remember his name, but he was one of the most admired and respected writers of his era. He was also the first African-American journalist to cover the Red Sox on a daily basis. Whiteside came … Continue reading Guest Column – Remembering Larry Whiteside
As has been their pattern this season, just as you think the Red Sox are getting it together, they go on another cold streak. After winning four games in a row, they have now dropped their last two, and the circus continues at Fenway Park. Bobby Valentine smells a rat in clubhouse - Here is … Continue reading Four Steps Forward, Two Steps Back For Sox
The Red Sox were seeking their fifth straight win Wednesday night at Fenway Park, but it was not meant to be as starter Aaron Cook got knocked around for the third straight outing and the team fell 7-5. Cook went 4 2/3 innings allowing six runs on nine hits. He allowed back-to-back home runs to … Continue reading Red Sox fall to Tigers, Patriots players mix it up at practice
It was an ugly night at Fenway Park as boos and rain poured down equally hard upon the field. The target of the boos was Josh Beckett, who has become, fair or not, the symbol of everything that is wrong with the Boston Red Sox. Beckett was removed from the game in the third inning … Continue reading Beckett, Sox Booed As They Win Fourth Straight