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The New Look Celtics Poised to Take the East from the King

The Celtics have picked up almost a whole new roster for the 2017-2018 season with the most notable moves coming in the form of acquiring Kyrie Irving via trade and signing Gordon Hayward as a free agent. Mina Morcos goes in depth on how the Celtics were able to make such moves and what Celtics fans should be looking forward to during this upcoming season... ...

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ALDS Red Sox vs. Astros Game 3: Price Arises from the Ashes

Win or go home. That was the mindset the Red Sox had to have coming into today’s game against the Astros. Doug Fister got the start, and there were reasons to be confident given how good his postseason numbers are. Unfortunately, that’s not how things went as Fister only lasted 1.1 innings before getting taken out. In that span, the Astros scored three times, all in the first inning. Once again, Carlos Corr ...

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ALDS Red Sox vs. Astros Game 2: Pomeranz Suffers the Same Fate

On a day they needed to bounce back in a big way, the Red Sox did  the complete opposite. Drew Pomeranz made his first career postseason start, and he was even worse than Chris Sale on Thursday. Like Sale, he gave up a home run in the first inning, this one off the bat of Carlos Correa, and that gave the Astros an early 2-0 lead. Later in the third, the lefty allowed another two runs, the first coming from ...

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ALDS Game 1 Recap: Sale Gets Rocked

After all the hype Chris Sale was getting, after he said he’s ready to throw his arm off, he goes out and throws a dud. Did he have a case of bad nerves before his first ever postseason start? Perhaps, but that’s no excuse for a pitcher with the talent he has. In all honesty, I was expecting him and Justin Verlander to go head to head and both throw gems. Instead, neither pitcher was at their best, especial ...

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