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Sunday, 02 August 2015 01:00

Red Sox President Lucchino Likely Moving On

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It looks as though the Red Sox front office is about to endure a shakeup, as President Larry Lucchino will be replaced by season's end per Michael Silverman and Steve Buckley of the Boston Herald. 

 

Travis Shaw was placed into the lineup just before Saturday afternoon's game and he did not make the Red Sox regret it. 

Saturday, 01 August 2015 16:54

Jeff Gordon's Last Ride at the Tricky Triangle

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He has six wins at Pocono Raceway, plus 19 tops 5’s and 31 top 10’s.  In his last race at the track that asks “what turn four,” many are hoping that Jeff Gordon gets his first win of the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Season.

Gordon’s stats here speak for themselves, although his season so far is one that he would like to improve.  The #24 spoke about this in a media conference on Friday (July 31, 2015).

“The stats you want to achieve are the ones that are difficult; staying healthy, strong and focused in every single event.”

So far in the 2015 season, NASCAR has made some impacting rule changes, most recently in last week’s Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis.  When asked about the changes, Jeff’s response was:

It inspires the “most exciting racing.  NASCAR (is) pushing the envelope with different packages and ideas.  Every track demands something different, and that makes it tough on the teams to swap packages track to track.  We all want to see more passing and the cars not so spread out, and that is difficult to achieve.  I liked Kentucky, at a track that we haven’t seen as many lead changes or passes.  It was a challenge for the drivers.”

When asked about his career at Pocono International Raceway, he said:

“I love the challenge that this race track presents on track.  I’ve been driving for a team that has great performance on tracks like this as well.  We’ve been known to get the straightaways pretty good.  But I also like the shifting and unique corners that are here as well.”

When asked about his 22 years racing at the “Tricky Triangle” and a moment that “sticks out,” he replied:

“I wrecked really bad in turn one; that stands out… they stand out as much as the good moments.  You never forget moments like that.  I remember coming here and watching Indy before I even raced here.  I like the challenges this race track presents.”

He also mentioned that he has a particular love for the three unique corners that the track presents.

Gordon said that his retirement from full time Sprint Cup Series racing has not sunk in yet.  He is still focused on competition and competing at a high level in a position to win races.  Maybe that win will come this weekend in the Windows 10 400 at the track which he has multiple wins.

 

Saturday, 01 August 2015 02:36

Mike Napoli's Late Homer Gives Sox 7-5 Win Over Rays

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After an uneventful Trade Deadline day, Mike Napoli and the Boston Red Sox provided some excitement in an entertaining 7-5 win over the Tampa Bay Rays.

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The Boston Red Sox made one minor move before the MLB Trade Deadline on Friday, acquiring right-handed relief pitcher Ryan Cook from the Oakland A's.

Friday, 31 July 2015 03:21

Red Sox Blast Sale, Wright Deals in 8-2 Win

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They did it! The Red Sox avoided a four-game sweep at the hands of the White Sox with an 8-2 beating in the series finale at Fenway tonight. 

Thursday, 30 July 2015 23:16

Red Sox Designate Daniel Nava for Assignment

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The 32-year-old was designated for assignment on Thursday.

Thursday, 30 July 2015 22:30

Prospect Profile: Brandon Carlo

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Few people in Boston were supportive of the October Bruins trade that sent Johnny Boychuk to the New York Islanders for draft picks. Little do we know it was the beginning of the end of Peter Chiarelli's tenure as Bruins General Manager

Boston hopes to salvage game four and avoid a four-game sweep at the hands of the white-hot Chicago White Sox. 

The Red Sox already shipped Shane Victorino to the Angels. What else will they do as the trade deadline gets closer and closer? Is Sonny Gray their next target?

Thursday, 30 July 2015 19:11

Patriots: Training Camp Day One Observations

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Today is the day Patriots fans have been waiting on for months now, the Patriots officially started training camp today which means Patriots football is back. 

The Red Sox lost their third game in a row. If that doesn’t hurt, it’s the third game in a row that the Chicago White Sox scored nine or more runs.

 

Pedro’s in the Hall of Fame, Brian Johnson is back in Pawtucket, Dustin Pedroia is back on the disabled list and the trade deadline is among us. What a week for Red Sox Beat!

Gary Bettman and the NHL officially announced today at a press conference at Gillette Stadium that the Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic will be played between the Boston Bruins and Montreal Canadiens. 

Wednesday, 29 July 2015 16:25

Patriots Should Target Gio Bernard

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Enough of this "Deflategate" nonsense. Let's talk football, not the PSI of footballs. Why should the Patriots call Cincinnati on their third year running back?

The Charlotte Hornets owner reportedly turned down a trade consisting of four first round picks on draft night.

On the night Pedro Martinez's number 45 was retired, the Boston Red Sox (44-57) were shut down by an opposing pitcher in Jeff Samardzija. The Chicago White Sox (48-50) powered to a 9-4 victory with a 5-run first inning attack.

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