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  • Posted 06/08/2012 07:24:51 EDT

    Gary hit the nail on the head with this commentary. Fan loyalty - check, lofty expectations - check, thanks for the memories - not now, not yet. Game 7 awaits. Time to resume doing what got the Celtic more »

  • Posted 02/04/2012 07:43:40 EST

    With the Nationsls recent signing of Edwin Jackson, I read where they are actively shopping lefty John Lannan. He's durable, eats innings, has an era of 4.00,and his salary is in the $5mil range. Also more »

  • Forum Post: Facebook's changes

    Posted 09/27/2011 06:39:59 EDT

    Too many changes, too frequently ... none for the better.  I and many of my fb  friends have deactivated our accounts.

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  • Posted 08/01/2011 08:28:13 EDT

    Not surprising it was more than a muscle strain. Wonder why it took so long to find out? I hope they're smart and let him COMPLETLY heal and not rush him back too soon.
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  • Comment on: 'Bruins’

    Posted 05/28/2011 11:10:42 EDT

    Awesome game with an awesome article to match. Great job Bob!! more »

  • Posted 04/21/2011 07:04:07 EDT

    An effective changeup by Bard will only make his 98 mph heater look even faster. With perfection and proper use it can only make a "power pitcher" more formidable. He'll still be a power pitcher. more »

  • Posted 04/12/2011 11:37:28 EDT

    Sorry, I can't agree with OnTheWesternFront on this one. Putting up with the expense of gas, parking, refreshments, etc to knowingly attend a game that the Sox have a slim chance (at best) of winning more »

  • Posted 03/14/2011 08:50:47 EDT

    Pitch to contact, pitch to contact that such a difficult concept to grasp? Does Dice-K realize that he's got a very good defense behind him? He's got decent enough stuff to let them hit it and t more »

  • Posted 03/11/2011 08:57:19 EST

    Oustanding article on an unbelievable kid. Our thoughts and prayers continue be with you. Keep up the great work, Ryan. See you at Fenway!! more »

  • Posted 03/11/2011 08:45:11 EST

    Unfortunately for Rutgers, this is too little/too late. It's definitely the right move by the 3 officials. Couldn't the official timekeeper have interceded before the 3 game officials walked off the c more »

  • Posted 11/30/2010 09:09:39 EST

    In theory, this would be an excellent example of gamesmanship for the rivalry with the Yanks. In practice, however, the view is not so bright. Ther is no place to put him. He cannot play SS effectivel more »

  • Posted 10/15/2010 11:36:01 EDT

    Has Commissioner Stern considered that the complaining may be, in part, due to questionable officiatng. It is definitely a two-way street. I realize NBA basketball is a challenging game to officiate d more »

  • Posted 09/24/2008 05:02:09 EDT

    Yes. The Sox have as much pitching depth - both starting and bullpen - as any team in the playoffs. If Josh performs at his usual playoff level, I like our chances. I'm concerned about overall team he more »

  • Forum Post: The best chowder?

    Posted 06/20/2008 06:21:58 EDT

    [Quote]I grew up in Scituate and moved to VT 8 years ago. And I'm shocked to say that hands down the best chowdah I have EVER had is made by my friend Robert who cooks at the Mole's Eye Cafe in Brattl more »

  • Posted 12/11/2007 07:23:16 EST

    Pats 69 - 6.

    Jets supporters should put their money to better use during this holiday season. There are a lot of hungry, needy families and children out there who need your support.

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  • Posted 01/29/2007 11:12:01 EST

    IF healthy, I like the idea of Helton coming to Boston. I wouldn't be opposed to parting with one among Manny Delcarmen or Craig Hansen, but certainly not both. I'm reluctant to part with Mike Lowell, more »

  • Forum Post: Jon Lester

    Posted 09/07/2006 09:12:24 EDT

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Jon. Always stay tough. Keep the faith. The Lord will bless you. more »