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ALDS Preview: Red Sox vs. Astros

With the regular season in the books, the Red Sox will head to Houston to kick off a five game series against the Astros on Thursday. With that in mind, I thought I’d give a preview of the series and what I expect from the Red Sox in the postseason. Game 1: Thursday, 4:08 PM ET, Chris Sale vs. Justin Verlander For the first time in his career, Chris Sale will be making a postseason start. And despite not ha ...

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Bruins 2017-2018 Season Preview: The Year of Home Grown Talent?

Thursday will be a busy day for sports in New England. The Red Sox begin their playoff run in Houston, the Patriots are onto Tampa Bay, and the Bruins play their first game of the 2017-2018 season against Nashville. Though the Red Sox signed Ace, Chris Sale and the Patriots acquired star receiver, Brandin Cooks, the Bruins organization managed their off-season a bit differently and chose to promote their de ...

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Pats Looking Ahead after an Offense Only Win

Ladies and gentlemen, Tom Brady has done it yet again. After a rough season opener, Brady has now won AFC offensive player of the week twice in the last two weeks. He is also breaking records such as a six game winning streak when the Pats score a touchdown in the final minute, among many others. But this isn’t just about Brady.   This is about how the Patriots looked in general against the Texans. We ...

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With Bradley Gone, New Generation of Celtics Basketball Officially Starts

With the Boston Celtics trading guard Avery Bradley to the Detroit Pistons, this move officially signals the very end of one of the most exciting eras of Celtics basketball. The former longest tenured Celtic, is now gone. Boston saw the 6’2” guard grow up right before its eyes. They remember watching the best game of his rookie season: April 4th, 2011 against the New York Knicks. Bradley scored 20 points, g ...

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Celtics, Rest of NBA, in Weird Position

  As Celtic fans watch Kevin Durant, Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors continuously drain three pointers against the King of Akron, LeBron James, and the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals, they ask themselves, “Are we really that close to contending?” Celtics fans want the answer to be yes, because the Green took a game from Cleveland in the Conference Finals and made it somewhat competitiv ...

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Celtics’ First Round Woes Continue

The Celtics are only the second team in NBA history to be the #1 seed and go down 0-2 against an #8 seed in playoffs. With this, Celtics’ Head Coach Brad Stevens is now 2-10 in playoffs. These two stats emphasize how much the Celtics are struggling in playoffs against the Chicago Bulls. Many people had high expectations about this playoff run (some people that I spoke to told me they are expecting Eastern C ...

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2017 Red Sox Preview

It’s no secret that the Red Sox have a void to fill due to the retirement of Ortiz. With respect to Ortiz and his legacy, this year’s developing starting lineup may make that void look pretty reasonable. OUTFIELD: As the Sox’s most prominent trio, the outfield has never looked better. Let’s start with Andrew Benintendi; this guy has at least gained 10 to 15 pounds of muscle during the off season, and it was ...

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Patriots, Belichick Allergic to Slowing Down

The Patriots have been busy this offseason. Let’s take a quick look at what they have been doing and make some assessments of this.   Let’s start off on offense with the signing of former Colts Tight End Dwayne Allen. This past season Allen posted 406 yards and six touchdowns. Those are some pretty decent numbers to have, as the Pats were looking for someone to be equivalent to Martellus Bennett and be ...

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TOMBOY Symposium: A Discussion on Women in the Sports World

On Monday March 6th, Ford Hall Forums and CSN presented a symposium about the upcoming multiplatform documentary called TOMBOY. TOMBOY will talk about gender in sports which will mainly concentrate on women’s roles in sports including both reporters and players. The documentary is used to show the struggles that women face in sports as well as the stereotypes that come with being a female in what many peopl ...

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Peterson Might Not be the Ideal Blount Replacement

The Patriots are having a lot of players getting ready to leave for free agency. One of those players is power running back LeGarrette Blount. He has had a good career and is coming off a season high number of touchdowns (18). NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo said that there is an “expectation” that Blount will not return to the Patriots next year.   There is one particular veteran running back who has said ...

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