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Mookie Betts Literally Doing It All While Securing Job With Red Sox

This embed is invalid" /> Mother Nature perhaps is the only one who can slow down Mookie Betts. Betts turned in another remarkable performance Friday before rain forced the postponement of the Boston Red Sox’s Grapefruit League game against the Atlanta Braves at Champion Stadium. The 22-year-old literally did it all while further solidifying himself...
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BU Earns 3-2 OT Victory Vs. Yale In First Round Of NCAA Hockey Playoffs

Yale gave the top-seeded Terriers a scare when they took them into overtime Friday, but Boston University would not be denied. BU won 7:27 into free hockey at Verizon Wireless Arena when Danny O’Regan sent a rebound past Bulldogs goaltender Alex Lyon for the 3-2 victory. Still, it took the Terriers quite a bit of work to get there, as No. 4 seed Yale...
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Chili Davis Recounts Pedro Martinez’s Epic 1999 Effort At Yankee Stadium

With one swing, Chili Davis ensured he’d forever be linked to Pedro Martinez. Martinez had one of the best pitching performances in Major League Baseball history on Sept. 10, 1999, at Yankee Stadium. He struck out 17 and allowed only one hit as the Boston Red Sox defeated the New York Yankees 3-1. The man responsible for the lone hit? Davis, who now serves as Boston’s hitting...
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Bill Belichick References ‘Do Your Job’ In 2003 New York Times Opinion Piece

Bill Belichick has been pushing the “Do Your Job” manta for a long time. The New England Patriots head coach wrote an opinion piece for The New York Times in 2003 with 37 thoughts, pieces of advice and reminders to Super Bowl XXXVII head coaches Jon Gruden and Bill Callahan. Belichick was just one year removed from winning Super Bowl XXXVI, his first with the Patriots. Belichick’s...
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Watch Boston Celtics-New York Knicks Game Online (Live Stream)

The Boston Celtics take on the worst team in basketball Friday as they visit the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden. Tipoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. ET, and NBC Sports Live Extra is streaming the game online and through its app for Xfinity and Time Warner Cable customers. You can watch it by clicking the photo below. Photo via Benny Sieu/USA TODAY Sports ImagesFiled under: Live Stream
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Ducks Fan From Beverly, Mass., Honored By Team After Win Vs. Bruins (Video)

Shaelin Earle is from Beverly, Mass., but he’s a huge Anaheim Ducks fan. So when his favorite team was in town to take on the Boston Bruins on Thursday, they made sure he got some extra special treatment. The 14-year-old Earle has cystic fibrosis and was a Ducks guest of honor thanks to the Make-A-Wish Foundation. The organization had flown Earle out to California earlier this...
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Victorino: I plan on playing every day for Red Sox in 2015

                This embed is invalid   " /> Shane Victorino has no plans to waltz into manager John Farrell’s office and demand he play all 162 games this season for the Boston Red Sox. But the 34-year-old outfielder is preparing for a full slate.   Victorino, who made waves at Red Sox spring training on Thursday by firing back at his critics...
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Phil Kessel, David Booth Get Into Fight At Maple Leafs Practice (Video)

It hasn’t been a banner year for the Toronto Maple Leafs. The lowly Leafs, who are coming off their seventh straight loss, have found a home near the bottom of the standings this season. Things have been frustrating to say the least for Toronto, but they reached a new low Friday at practice as Phil Kessel and David Booth got into an altercation. The incident occurred during a...
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Kevin Durant Ruled Out For Rest Of Season; Third Surgery Required On Foot

Kevin Durant’s season is over, with the defending NBA Most Valuable Player scheduled to have a third surgery on his broken right foot. The Oklahoma City Thunder made the announcement Friday afternoon, officially ruling Durant will miss four to six months. The 26-year-old forward hasn’t played since Feb. 19. Durant had a screw replaced in his ailing...
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MLB Predictions: 10 Sizzling Baseball Takes For 2015 Season (Photos)

This embed is invalid" /> The Major League Baseball season is almost here. Let’s throw crap at the wall. Making predictions always ends up being a fruitless exercise, as it really just opens the door for outside criticism and relentless heckling. But since yours truly is immune to both of those activities, let’s rattle off some sizzling sports...
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Fiancée takes stand at Aaron Hernandez's murder trial

The fiancée of Aaron Hernandez took the stand in his murder trial Friday. Shayanna Jenkins, who was granted immunity by the court in February, was called by the prosecution to testify in front of a judge. According to The Boston Globe, Jenkins was asked about the conversations she had with the former New England Patriots tight end after Odin Lloyd’s body was found in June...
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Rusney Castillo Making Statement At Tail End Of Red Sox Spring Training

This embed is invalid" /> The loudest statement at JetBlue Park on Thursday didn’t come from Shane Victorino, who forcefully fired back at critics who made massive assumptions about him earlier this week. It came from Victorino’s biggest competitor in the Boston Red Sox’s captivating outfield battle. Rusney Castillo launched a walk-off home run...
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Report: Patriots Running Backs Coach Scouting Prospects At LSU Pro Day

The New England Patriots could be on the hunt for their next great LSU product. Patriots running backs coach Ivan Fears is on hand for LSU’s pro day, The New Orleans Advocate’s Nick Underhill reported Friday. The Patriots also had a scout at the event, according to Underhill. LSU has two running back prospects in the 2015 NFL draft, 5-foot-8, 213-pound Terrence Magee, who’s...
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Bruins’ Power Play Developing Consistency During Six-Game Losing Skid

BOSTON — In a season of frustrating losses for the Bruins, Thursday’s 3-2 overtime defeat to the Anaheim Ducks at TD Garden was one of the toughest to swallow. The Bruins aren’t in a position in the playoff race to be content with moral victories, but the recent performance of the power play — a unit that has been inconsistent and often ineffective after dominating last...
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Bruins Practice Report: Lines, Pairings Unchanged After Loss To Ducks

BOSTON — The Bruins didn’t make any changes to their lines and pairings at Friday’s practice following a disappointing 3-2 overtime loss to the Anaheim Ducks on Thursday night. Brian Ferlin was not among the extra forwards because he was assigned to the Providence Bruins on Friday morning. Ferlin played in six straight games from February 20 through March 5, but he did not...
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Patriots Mailbag: Cornerback, Defensive Tackle Are Team’s Biggest Needs

Bill Belichick never ceases to amaze. The New England Patriots received two compensatory selections in the 2015 NFL draft despite signing Darrelle Revis last offseason. Revis was cut by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, so he didn’t count in the formula that decides compensatory picks, which balances free agents lost and gained. One might assume that Revis wouldn’t count toward next...
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David Ortiz Dishes On PED Tests: ‘I Never Knowingly Took Any Steroids’

This embed is invalid" /> David Ortiz will always face questions regarding performance-enhancing drugs. And the Boston Red Sox slugger will always offer the same response. “I never knowingly took any steroids,” Ortiz wrote in an essay published Thursday on Derek Jeter’s website, The Players’ Tribune. Ortiz’s enthralling essay touches on several...
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Brewers’ Jonathan Lucroy Swings Flaming Bat For MLB Promotion (Photo)

We’ve heard of swinging a hot bat, but Jonathan Lucroy takes it to another level. The Milwaukee Brewers catcher was out taking batting-practice swings this week when his bat, possibly due to the friction of the ball against the wood caused by all his stinging line drives, burst into flames. A photographer was thankfully able to capture the moment before...
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2015 NESN Clubhouse Sweepstakes

NESN is looking for youth baseball and softball teams to be part of a live studio audience for our commercial-free Red Sox pre-game show for kids called NESN Clubhouse…where kids run the show! Enter the NESN Clubhouse Sweepstakes and your son’s or daughter’s team will be NESN’s in-studio audience before select Sunday road games. The experience includes a pizza party before...
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Roger Goodell, NFL Blow Chance To Add Credibility To Replay System

The NFL had a chance to get it right. As much as the league loves to preach about doing things the right way, passing on a chance to expand the video replay system was more than just a missed opportunity. It was a failure to uphold the “integrity” of the game commissioner Roger Goodell often cites, former NFL linebacker Brady Poppinga writes on FootballbyFootball.com. “A team...
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Olivia Munn, Aaron Rodgers Cheer On Wisconsin In Sweet 16 Win (Photos)

The Badgers had the support of some Wisconsin royalty during Thursday’s Sweet 16 victory over North Carolina. Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers showed some love for his current hometown team, as he and girlfriend Olivia Munn were on hand at the Staples Center in Los Angeles to watch the Badgers beat North Carolina 79-72. While Rodgers went to Cal, the QB has been backing...
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David Krejci On Return To Bruins: ‘I Felt Better And Better’ As Game Went Along

BOSTON — David Krejci made his much-anticipated return to the Bruins lineup in Thursday night’s 3-2 overtime loss to the Anaheim Ducks after missing the previous 15 games with a partially torn left MCL suffered on Feb. 20. The veteran forward played on the wing for the first time all season and also received ice time at the left point on the first power-play unit. Krejci finished...
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Kentucky’s Devin Booker Makes WVU Look Even Sillier After Blowout Win

So, maybe it’s not the best idea in the world to trash-talk Kentucky. The University of West Virginia learned this lesson the hard way Thursday night, as they were demolished by the top-seeded Wildcats 78-39 on Thursday night. The Mountaineers couldn’t have been feeling too good after that beatdown, but it was a different story prior to the Sweet 16 matchup. Freshman guard...
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NCAA Tournament Roundup: Kentucky Crushes WVU 78-39 To Remain Unbeaten

Daxter Miles Jr. probably wishes he could take back what he said Wednesday. The University of West Virginia freshman told reporters that unbeaten Kentucky would be 36-1 after the No. 5 Mountaineers were finished with them. Instead, Miles watched his team get absolutely demolished by the top-seeded Wildcats by a score of 78-39. Star point guard Juwan Staten...
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Claude Julien Pleased With David Krejci In First Game Back With Bruins (Video)

David Krejci returned from a five-week absence Thursday, and he certainly showed up to play. The Boston Bruins dropped their sixth straight game to the Anaheim Ducks in a 3-2 overtime loss, but if there were any positives, the way the forward played after a partial MCL tear was one of them. Krejci finished the game with assists on both of the Bruins...
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