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Eagles Deli has long been a mainstay in Brighton, feeding countless hungry Boston College students over the years. The deli is known for its burgers, particularly the monumental size of some of their concoctions — most notably their 12-pound Eagle Challenge burger.
A couple years ago the Travel Channel program “Man v. Food” stopped in Boston and checked out Eagles Deli — and added a little rivalry twist to their visit. The show’s host, Adam Richman, a born New Yorker, decided to go head-to-head with a Boston local to see could consume more of the Eagle Challenge. Did we mention that the loser had to wear a shirt from the other city and have their picture immortalized on Eagles’ wall wearing it?
Not only that, but Kevin Youkilis, the Red Sox’ first baseman at the time, even stopped by to root on the Boston challenger. Of course, if Youkilis actually signs with the Yankees, he may have to change his tune.
Check it all out in the video below.
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Kevin Youkilis will be manning third base for the Yankees come Opening Day, giving Red Sox fans that much more to chafe over when thinking about their counterparts in the Bronx. Youkilis was a fan favorite in Boston for many years, and although he’s on the downside of his career, seeing him in pinstripes is going to be a jolt. If not for the continued watering down of what’s...
While free agent corner infielder Kevin Youkilis is decided
between offers from the Cleveland Indians and New York Yankees, it will be “at
least a mild surprise” if he turns down the contract the Bronx Bombers have
extended, according to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports.
would be at least a mild surprise if youk doesnt take yankees offer. likes winning, doesnt shy away from limelight...
A Guest Post by a good friend of Off The Bench:
Ever since I liked baseball, I have always hated the New York Yankees. I chose to be a Red Sox fan in first grade, which was a highly controversial decision considering I grew up in the Westchester, New York suburbs. Even my dad was a Yankees fan. A vitriolic hatred of the Yankees that I shared with Mets fans was the only support I...
Oh Kevin….say it ain’t so! Well it looks like it is so. Another former Red Sox player is going to play in the pinstripes. Today the New York Yankees have agreed to a one-year, $12-million contract with the third baseman. Kevin Youkilis played for the Red Sox and White Sox last year. He had a batting average of .235 with 19 home runs and 60 RBI’s last season. I would think...
Kevin Youkilis has signed a 1 year $12 million dollar deal with the New York Yankees. Wonder how Red Sox fans feel? Click HERE for more.
A person familiar with the negotiations tells The Associated Press that free agent Kevin Youkilis and the New York Yankees have reached agreement on a one-year deal.
The contract is worth $12 million and pending a physical. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because there was no official announcement.
The deal was first reported by Fox Sports.
Youkilis is expected to play...
From the NY Daily News:
The Yankees could have an answer to their third-base problem shortly and the possibility it’ll be Kevin Youkilis may have gained steam Sunday night when Mark Reynolds reportedly agreed to a deal with the Indians.
Cleveland was viewed as the Yankees’ biggest competition for Youkilis. But CBSsports.com, which first reported Reynolds’ agreement and...
The Yankees have turned to an old rival to serve as Alex Rodriguez's replacement.
The team on Tuesday reached agreement with free-agent third baseman Kevin Youkilis on a one-year, $12 million contract, according to major-league sources.
The deal, which is pending a physical, will bring to New York a player who spent nearly his entire career with the Boston Red Sox.
Youkilis will man third base in pinstripes.
Former Red Sox third baseman Kevin Youkilis has signed a 1-year, $12 million contract with the New York Yankees.
The agreement between the Yankees and Youkilis was first reported by Ken Rosenthal. The 33-year old corner infielder received interest from numerous teams, including the Cleveland Indians, who are managed by Terry Francona, who...
Johnny Damon knows a thing or two about what it’s like to trade in red socks for pinstripes. So with Kevin Youkilis reportedly set to join the Yankees one year after starting his 2012 season with the Red Sox, Damon is an expert on the subject.
Damon, who left Boston for New York just a little more than a year after helping the Red Sox win the World Series in 2004, was asked how...
On the day the Redsocks traded Kevin Youkilis to the Whitesocks, a voice inside me knew he'd someday be a Yankee. I didn't think it would happen this fast, but it was a certainty: Before Youk's career ended, we would get him. BTW, it's the same knee-buckling sense of predestination that I have about Big Papi: He'll wear pinstripes someday. It's as if the ghost...
First it was Wade Boggs, then Johnny Damon and now Kevin Youkilis has become the latest member of the Red Sox to jump ship and join the New York Yankees. Boston fans went off the wall on Twitter, wishing injury, death and more on Youk. Take @The_Saucy_rossy for example: kevin youkilis you were my favorite player on the sox. Now I hope you get hit by a bus f*ggot.
It got worse. Take...
English: Kevin Youkilis(left) , Alex Cora(center), and Dustin Pedroia (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
For almost a decade if anyone heard Kevin Youkilis and New York Yankeesin the same sentence you can bet that it was not friendly banter.
So a week ago, when Yankees beat writer Bryan Hoch confirmed the rumor of the Yankees making a $12-million, one-year offer to the ex-Red Sox, I honestly...
Kevin Correia joins Minnesota, the Yankees get Kevin Youkilis, Jason Grilli re-ups and other moves.