Category: National & Local Boston Sports News

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Jayson Tatum Still In The MVP Race

While the talks of the most valuable player award has consisted of LeBron and Giannas, someone’s missing. Jayson Tatum’s 2019-2020 regular season campaign has been an impressive one. Impressive enough to still be in the MVP race. While averaging 23.6 points and 7.1 rebounds, he’s been able to bring his team to the 3rd seed. […]

Can Tacko Fall Play A Role In Celtics Playoff Run?

We are less than a week away from the NBA resuming the regular season in Orlando. The Celtics may indeed use the 7-foot-5 Center Tacko Fall, but only in few moments.  The Senegalese player is just in his rookie season, and had to fight for a spot on the Celtics roster. Going undrafted, Fall played […]

Mookie Betts Will Spend the Rest of His Career as a Dodger

Jeff Passan of ESPN is reporting that the Los Angeles Dodgers are close to finalizing a 13 year deal with impending free agent and former Boston Red Sox Mookie Betts that will be worth more than $380 Million. This deal includes his 2020 salary of $27 million, so the extension finalizes at 12 years for […]

Brad Marchand, Charlie Mcvoy Address Media

Many Bruins missed Saturday’s practice for being “unfit to participate”. The list included David Pastrnak, David Krejci, Tuukka Rask and Torey Krug, among others.  Brad Marchand and Charlie McAvoy were out on the ice. Both players had zoom calls with Bruins media yesterday.  Brad Marchand Marchand began the call by giving perspective on how the […]

What Happened To The “Patriot Way”

The New England Patriots have always been team above individuals, no one is bigger than the team. Belichick has preached this for decades and that’s how things have been since he’s taken over. Personally I hate the phrase “Patriot way” and always have. The way it’s been twisted and eaten up by fans has continued […]

The 21st Anniversary of the 1999 All Star Game

Monday marks the 21-year anniversary of the 1999 MLB All Star Game. July 13, 1999 forever goes down as one of the greatest nights in the history of Fenway Park. That night the entire game of baseball was truly America’s past time. Nothing was bigger than baseball in this country in terms of the sports […]

Ty Anderson Is Taking A Mental Health Leave From The Sports Hub

Ty Anderson, who covers the Bruins and more at 98.5 The Sports Hub, will be taking a break from the station to deal with his mental health. Early Thursday morning, Anderson tweeted out three messages explaining his situation. He is generally active on Twitter, but these were his first posts since July 2nd.  “Hi. I’m […]

Why This Postseason Is So Important For The Bruins

For five and a half months the Bruins showed they were the best team in all of hockey. Now, the guys in black and gold get a chance to prove it when it really matters. The NHL should return July 10th (sort of) with training camps re-opening, and with it comes new hope that the […]