Jake Peavy Traded To The Giants: An A+ Deal

When the Boston Red Sox acquired Jake Peavy last season on their way to a World Series victory he proved a more than capable pitcher and a great competitor. Fast forward one calendar year from his arrival to Boston and Peavy is the second on a growing list of veterans who became roster casualties. With Jake Peavy traded to the Giants out in San Fransisco I have to say it is a great deal that has Boston headed in the right direction  and here’s read more

Don’t Call It A Red Sox Comeback… Seriously Don’t

The Boston Red Sox exited the All-Star break with a fresh approach to the season. With AJ Pierzynski ……. gone and Jon Lester’s contract negotiations held off until the end of the season the team began to right the ship with what looked like a good old fashion Red Sox comeback in the second half of the season.

Unfortunately for Boston the illustrious comeback for the Sox lasted all of 4 games. Upon winning the initial four games after read more

Rob Gronkowski Cleared to Practice

With training camp practices beginning this week, Patriots fans received great news Wednesday from coach Bill Belichick: Rob Gronkowski has been cleared to play. The all-pro tight end is coming off an ACL tear that occurred in December against the Cleveland Browns and there were some questions as to whether he’d be ready to practice in time for the start of camp.

Patriots’ fans will obviously be expecting hugw numbers from the big man read more

10 Things To Look Forward To This Patriots Season

With training camp hot around the corner excitement for the NFL season is beginning to heat up with the expectations for the New England Patriots are higher than ever.. That being said here’s 10 wonderful things to look forward to this Patriots season.

1. Chandler Jones Is Another Year Older – The impact defensive end and star guest in Julian Edelman’s “Burgertyme” is coming off of his best season yet but there can only be more to read more

Boston Celtics Hope To Stabilize Offense With Evan Turner

Multiple sources have reported that the Boston Celtics have agreed with a deal with the athletic free agent shooting guard Evan Turner. Turner was drafted by the Sixers second overall in the 2010 NBA draft and played in Philadelphia up until lasts season where he finished his season with the Indiana Pacers after being traded.

Turner being a free agent came as a surprise as many initially expected the Pacers would tender a qualifying offer read more