Sox In The Series, Patriots Shoved Aside

The Red Sox will be in the World Series for the third time since 2004 as they will face the St. Louis Cardinals starting on Wednesday night. It has been a season of constant surprise - of the pleasant kind - so unlike what happened the season prior. It's a team that no one thought … Continue reading Sox In The Series, Patriots Shoved Aside

Playing Catch Up, Sox Closing In

As usual, I'm sure things were very quiet in my absence. Watching and following Boston sports from 3000 miles away might actually be the best way to do it. The games are finished earlier, there's no idiotic post-game hotsportztakes and forced worries following uplifting wins, and you're not tempted to tune into sports radio to … Continue reading Playing Catch Up, Sox Closing In

Guest Post – A Look At How 1950’s Boston Sportswriters Addressed Racism

You may have read in many places that for years Boston sportswriters "tiptoed around" the issue of racism in the Red Sox organization. Mike Passanisi found one example that might be of interest in the Boston Globe on October 3, 1954. Thanks to Mike for the submission. By Mike Passanisi The fall of 1954 was … Continue reading Guest Post – A Look At How 1950’s Boston Sportswriters Addressed Racism

Entercom Boston Announces Phil Zachary As New VP/Market Manager

Just announced: Boston – Today Entercom Boston announced that they had hired Phil Zachary as their new Vice President and Market Manager. The Entercom cluster in Boston includes WEEI-FM, ESPN on WEEI-AM, WAAF, WRKO and The Boston Red Sox Radio Network. This represents a homecoming of sorts for Zachary, whose first paid radio job was … Continue reading Entercom Boston Announces Phil Zachary As New VP/Market Manager