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General Baseball
Steinbrenner Dead PDF Print E-mail
Written by Glutton   
Tuesday, 13 July 2010
Reported on CNN, George Steinbrenner is dead. RIP George. Love him or hate him he was an icon in Baseball.
Has Baseball Finally Felt the Crunch?
Wakefield on DL
Lugo Gone
A Funny Dynamic
Quotes Worth a Read

General Football
Pats Deal Cassel PDF Print E-mail
Written by Glutton   
Saturday, 28 February 2009

Yup, it's true.


FOXBOROUGH, Massachusetts (Ticker)—The New England Patriots on Saturday traded quarterback Matt Cassel to the Kansas City Chiefs.

It was the second trade in as many days between the clubs, which turned into a package deal of Cassel and linebacker Mike Vrabel for Kansas City’s second-round pick (No. 34) this year.

New Chiefs general manager Scott Pioli, the former Patriots’ personnel director, engineered the deals with New England in an attempt to turn around a downtrodden team that finished a franchise-worst 2-14 last season.

“I have a long history with both players,” Pioli said. “Mike and Matt are men that I respect both personally and professionally. I look forward to having them as new members of the Chiefs family.”

Cassel was designated as the Patriots’ franchise player earlier this month, guaranteeing him a $14.65 million for next season.

Who's Your Brady Now?
Yet Another Win
How 'Bout Those Pats
How 'Bout Those Pats?
Calling All Football Fans !!!

General Hockey
Congrats Bruins. PDF Print E-mail
Written by Glutton   
Tuesday, 22 April 2008
Congrats to the Boston Bruins, who made a real bid in the post and took the series to seven games, surprising everyone. Just goes to show, a little heart goes a long way. Thanks for some surprises this year and here's hoping things only continue to get better!
Will the real Andrew Raycroft please stand up?

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General Basketball
Congratulations to the Boston Celtics! PDF Print E-mail
Written by NE_Sports_Fan   
Wednesday, 18 June 2008

     This is a true story. Almost one year ago, on July 4, 2007, on a rainy, dreary holiday in Wareham, Massachusetts (Cape Cod region), one of my best friends from Rhode Island had come to spend the day with me. While shopping in a local Wal-Mart I stopped by the hat section trying to find a Boston Celtics hat as I tried for months, and months, searching for a baseball cap. This day would be my lucky day and my friend asked a question along the lines of “why are you buying a Celtics hat”? Now, to be completely fair, ever since I’ve known him, which dates back to the fall of 1991, he hasn’t been much of a basketball fan. But my response was simple and something along the lines of: “I know Boston is a Red Sox town, but, if and when the Celtics resume winning this town will be painted green once again each winter and spring.” My friend certainly didn’t deny the statement. Just days before that trip to Wal-Mart the Celtics had traded for Ray Allen on draft night. Weeks later, the Celtics traded Ryan Gomes, Gerald Green, Al Jefferson, Theo Ratliff, Sebastian Telfair, draft picks, and cash in exchange for Kevin Garnett. Now the “Boston Three-Party”, later dubbed as such by ESPN, was complete. Sprinkle in the signings of Eddie House, PJ Brown, James Posey, and Sam Cassell, current players like Rajon Rondo and Leon Powe, and the ingredients were in place for something special.

     Certainly entering the season there was uncertainty in two areas. The first one was head coach Doc Rivers. After all, the Celtics had the worst record in the NBA’s Eastern Conference in 2006-2007. But from the get-go he preached defense, and all the season long the defense paved the way the entire season (Football fans, does this sound similar?) The other was chemistry. Would adding all these players into the mix during the off-season, effectively work? Well, the first game may have a solid indicator as the Celtics rolled Washington in the TD Banknorth Garden, 103-83. It was only the beginning of the turnaround. Which ‘turnaround’ is an appropriate word as during the season the Celtics went from worst to first, meaning they earned the best record in the NBA and thus, home court advantage throughout the playoffs. This was critical as the first two rounds of the playoffs, against the Atlanta Hawks and Cleveland Cavaliers, went a full seven games, losing all the road games. Turnaround also applies for the Eastern Conference Finals series again the Detroit Pistons, as they finally won on the road, ousting the Pistons in six games. Finally, turnaround was also a key word, as in game 4 of the NBA Finals, when the Celtics found themselves down by 24 points, only to comeback and win the game to take a commanding 3 games to 1 lead.

     The turnaround is complete and we now celebrate as the greatest franchise in NBA history, for a league best 17th time and the first since 1986, is crowned world champions! Banner number 17 came at the expense of their rivals, the Los Angeles Lakers in a series that went 6 games, with the Celtics winning 4 games to 2 with an absolute dismantling of the Lakers in Game 6: 131 – 92. This was the 9th time in 11 meetings that the Celtics have ousted the Lakers in the NBA Finals, another dominating statistic. Somewhere, Red Auerbach has lit his victory cigar with a smile on his face. The Series MVP, fittingly, went to Paul Pierce as he averaged 22 points in the NBA Finals. Now, Paul’s name can go amongst some of the Celtic’s best such as Bill Russell and Larry Bird. But contributions came from all over the team: Allen and Garnett’s huge performances throughout the Finals, the bench clearly outplaying the Lakers’ bench, Doc River’s outcoaching Phil Jackson – especially when the Celtics won the majority of 3rd quarters in this series. When the Red Sox won their 2 World Series titles, it came in St. Louis and Denver. When the Patriots won their 3 Super Bowl titles, it came at a neutral site in New Orleans, Houston, and Jacksonville. But tonight, the victory was home in Boston. So, let the celebration begin in the home locker room! Let the fans dance on Causeway Street! After all, its been 22 years in the making. For the 17th time, the Celtics are on top of the world!

Celts Dominate......Eventually
Celtics Win......Again!
Pitcher Perfect
Spurs are champs

College Sports
A Great Night in New England PDF Print E-mail
Written by NE Sports Fan   
Friday, 26 October 2007
     Most Boston Red Sox fans probably know by now that the Sox took a series’ controlling 2-0 lead over the Colorado Rockies in the World Series. While game 2 of the World Series was being played, another team in Boston is soaring to new heights - the Boston College Eagles football team. Entering the week of October 22, the Eagles were ranked number 2 nationally in all 3 major polls (Coaches, ESPN/USA Today, and BCS) but had a tough task on the road against 8th ranked Virginia Tech. The Eagles were down 10-0 with less than 3 minutes remaining and until that point, Boston College quarterback Matt Ryan was struggling in a wind-driven rainstorm, throwing 2 interceptions. But with just over 2 minutes remaining, Ryan drove the offense down the field and found Rich Gunnell in the endzone for one touchdown. After recovering an onside kick, Ryan drove the Eagles down the field again, and found Andre Callender for the game winning touchdown. This is the type of victory that builds character in a team and can create a champion. It is also the type of victory that makes quarterback Matt Ryan a leading candidate for college football's biggest individual award, the Heisman Trophy. With a favorable schedule remaining, Boston College fans may have a lot to forward to."
The Eagles Fly Away Victorious in Turnover Laden Contest.
Vince Young
A Future Star is Born?
College Football Player Profile: Vernon Davis, TE; Maryland.