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Kimbrel Silencing Nearly Everyone

Craig Kimbrel has raised eyebrows to start the 2017 season. Kimbrel’s consistency has landed him second in the MLB with 11 saves converted on 12 opportunities. More impressively, he has punched out 33 batters while only walking 2 in a

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Paul Pierce Says Ray Allen Never Spoke With Him Prior to Leaving for the Heat

By now the very public beef between Ray Allen and his former Boston Celtics’ teammates has been well documented. When the three-point sharpshooter bolted from the Celtics to join the Miami Heat back in 2012, he left behind more than

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Three Steps the Celtics Need to Take in Order to Conquer in Game No.7

Game. Seven. The two greatest words imaginable for professional basketball fans. For Brad Steven’s fledgling Celtics though, it’s yet another forum to prove themselves on their path to the promise land. In 2015, it was a four game sweep in

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Saleing to Victory; Red Sox Top Rays 6-3

The Boston Red Sox defeated the Tampa Bay Rays 6-3 behind another stellar performance by lanky left-hander Chris Sale who struck out double-digits for his seventh straight start. The Red Sox have won Sale’s last three nods along with five

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Bruins Grades: Anton Khudobin and Tuukka Rask

The Bruins grades continue to roll on. This time around we will be taking a look at the Bruins two primary goal tenders in Anton Khudobin and Tuukka Rask. Khudobin  Inside the regular season numbers: 7-6 WL, 39 GA, 2.64

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Prime Time Sports Talk Wins an EVVY Award

By Producer Alex Live at the Cutler Majestic Theater at Emerson College, the band of brothers known as Prime Time Sports Talk marched up to the stage to accept an EVVY Award for Outstanding Radio News Program. Whew, that’s a

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Celtics Give up Late Lead, Series Headed to a Game No. 7

Well that was one heck of a game. The Boston Celtics played a close matchup with the Washington Wizards, but fell 92-91 after giving up a five point lead with 1:23 to go in the fourth quarter. It was a

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Ortiz Rips Former Red Sox Manager in New Book

Former Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz has a new autobiography titled “Papi: My Story” in which he rips his former manager Bobby Valentine. In the book, Ortiz calls Valentine “arrogant,” “disrespectful,” “irrational,’ “clueless,” and “arrogant as hell.” Valentine managed Boston

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Avery Bradley Stars as the Celtics Game No. 5 MVP

Entering TD Garden with their backs against the wall, the Boston Celtics got a massive lift from the team’s longest tenured player in Game No. 5 against the Washington Wizards. Shooting guard Avery Bradley helped propel the C’s to a 3-2

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Revolution Fall to Crew With Real Salt Lake Ahead

The New England Revolution dropped another match to the fourth-seeded Columbus Crew in a 2-0 decision last Saturday night. How it went down Defending has been an issue for the Revolution all season as Coach Jay Heaps has tried many

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