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The Celtics/Lakers Rivalry Is Back and That’s a Very Good Thing

At 8:16 p.m. on July 1, it was announced that LeBron would be taking his talents to Los Angeles. And at 8:46 p.m., Boston Celtics Nation, one […]

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The Yankees Had This One Coming

The Red Sox beat the Yankees to clinch the ALDS last night, and sometimes you have to just appreciate karmic justice when you see it. […]

Pedro and Carolina Martinez at Fenway Park
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Pedro Martinez Talks Bringing His Charity Gala Back to Boston

With 108 wins behind them already, this has been a very special season for the Boston Red Sox—their 2018 record is not only the best […]

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Gritty, Philly’s Disturbing New Mascot, Traded Insults with Wally on Twitter

Gritty, the batshit and cursed new mascot for the Philadelphia Flyers, and Wally the Green Monster, the Red Sox’ lovable portly beast that everyone loves, are fighting […]

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Red Bull Crashed Ice, a Wild Downhill Skating Race, Is Coming to Fenway Park

Red Bull Crashed Ice, a bonkers and wildly fun downhill race on ice skates, is coming to Boston’s Fenway Park. The two-day event on February 8-9 is […]

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Oops: Dunkin’ Donuts Gave Out Eagles “World Champions” Cups in Massachusetts

Repping the local team on your merchandise is good for business. It must be, considering the lengths Dunkin’ Donuts goes to in order to link its […]

Tom Brady smiles at Alex Guerrero after winning the Super Bowl
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Do Not Ask Tom Brady About Guerrero, WEEI Just Learned

Tom Brady really, really, really does not want to talk about Alex Guerrero, the controversial and mysterious personal trainer that has reportedly caused his share […]

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The Latest Big Victory for Worcester: Nabbing the PawSox

Worcester, a comeback city with bullet trains, a development boom, expansions at the airport, and some of the best widely available beer in the state, is about […]

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The Interview: Red Sox Pitcher Joe Kelly

The Red Sox’s puckish pitcher is nothing but trouble—and is winning fans’ hearts one prank (and punch) at a time.

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Isaiah Thomas: Sorry I Called Cleveland a Shithole

After he ruffled some feathers in the home of the Cavs, former Celtics star Isaiah Thomas is apologizing for calling Cleveland a “shithole” in an […]

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Watch Andrew Benintendi Destroy the Yankees’ Hopes

Did you wake up this steamy Monday morning with a spring in your step? As you took your usual commute in the morning wedged between […]

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Good Guy Tom Brady Could Have Dodged the Deflategate Suspension

The Deflategate saga could heave ended differently, if only Tom Brady had agreed to sell out his equipment managers and blame the whole thing on […]

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Boston’s War on Fun

C’mon, everyone—it’s time to loosen up and embrace the World Cup.

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From Underdogs to a City of Champions

There are no losers in New Boston, but it wasn’t always that way. Retired Boston Globe columnist Bob Ryan and Barstool Sports writer Jared Carrabis, a Saugus native, reflect on half a century of sports history—and what it means to a new generation of tried-and-true fans.

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Tom Brady Saw a Bear

Tom Brady, adventurer, athlete, and man who needs to be staying as safe during the offseason as is humanly possible, saw a bear—and was very […]