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‘BSR Podcast’ (Season 2, Episode 1): Life After Tom Brady

After digesting and accepting the reality that the greatest QB of all-time has elected to leave New England, Gio (@sportsguygio) and Rob (@robjots) break down what’s next for both Tom Brady and Bill Belichick following a breakup of the greatest head coach, player duo in history. LISTEN: Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/episode-6-patriots-wild-card-preview-celtics-nba-talk/id1463899023?i=1000461533557 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/404jFRDuvSoRSViT0bSUZU Google Play: https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy9iNWI1ZDI4L3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz

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Setting the Bar for 2019-20 Gordon Hayward

In year three of a four-year contract with the Boston Celtics, Gordon Hayward is in position to emerge for a Utah-esque season with a clean slate of a Boston Celtics team in 2019-2020. Words cannot adequately describe nor live up to the unfortunate two seasons that have been Gordon Hayward’s stint thus far as a […]

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What’s Next for the 2020 Red Sox?

The Boston Red Sox followed their nearly perfect 2018 franchise record-setting season with a quickly underwhelming follow up, full of growth, questions to be asked, and plenty of underachievement. Following a 108-win regular season and cakewalk of a postseason suffering no more than one loss per series, is anything but easy. Too many pieces need […]

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Red Sox Shouldn’t Pass up on Mets’ Edwin Diaz Availability

With the MLB Trade Deadline just hours away, the Boston Red Sox should seize their opportunity to counter on the Mets fourth-place season, snagging Edwin Diaz. With the MLB Trade Deadline approaching the Boston Red Sox remain in desperate need of a bullpen boost and the 50-55 New York Mets may have just what the […]

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Mookie Betts Again Proves Why He Is Baseball’s Best Right Fielder

Mookie Betts takes the New York Yankees yard three times in 4.0 innings last night, displaying yet again why he is the undoubtedbly best right fielder in the MLB. Last season around this time we were already putting pen to paper: “American League MVP, Mookie Betts”. Unfortunately, in many ways, this 2019 Red Sox season […]

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Red Sox bats go historically savage to score 19 runs against Yankee pitching

With the season hanging on a thread, Boston makes an early series statement to kickoff their most crucial regular season series yet against the New York Yankees. “Our guys are savages in the batter’s box.” Well… that wasn’t exactly the story last night from Fenway Park where the good ole Yankees versus Red Sox rivalry […]

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Elijah “Pumpsie” Green Dies at 85 After Breaking Boston Red Sox Color Barrier in 1959

Red Sox Hall of Fame second-baseman Elijah “Pumpsie” Green has passed at the age of 85, nearly 60 years to the day in which he broke the color line in Red Sox baseball. Nearly 60 years ago today, on July 21, 1959, it was Elijah “Pumpsie” Green who officially shattered the color-line which prevented a […]

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Dave Dombrowski’s not tapping out of the American League East

Dave Dombrowski makes a clear indication to Red Sox fans that he’s not counting the defending World Champs out, acquiring righty Andrew Cashner from Baltimore. Prior to enduring an absolute offensive clinic from Cody Bellinger and the Los Angeles Dodgers on Saturday via an 11-2 loss, the Boston Red Sox announced the acquisition of right-handed-pitcher […]

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The Daunting Overshadowing of the 2019 Red Sox

The Red Sox sit 11.0 games back of the AL East-leading Yankees, in early July. A constant trend of .500 baseball that has overshadowed the efforts of several notable members keeping 2019 hopes alive. There hasn’t been anything fun about the 2019 Boston Red Sox season. That goes without saying. Over a dozen blown saves […]

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Celtics Fill the Gap at Center: Enes Kanter Agrees to a Two-Year Deal

Former Trail Blazer Enes Kanter joins the Boston Celtics on a two-year $10 million deal. Kanter will be replacing Al Horford who has been the backbone for the Celtics throughout the past three seasons. Horford played with a lot of heart and his defense was underrated. Horford’s efforts weren’t shown in the stat sheet but […]