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Time For Sox to Put Up or Shut Up!

Sunday, July 18, 2010

There’s one more game with Texas today at Fenway and then it’s “put up, or shut up” time for the Boston Red Sox.  They will play 20 of their next 27 games away from home.  That stretch will decide whether this team will be playing

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Sign the contract, Fraud

Friday, July 16, 2010

Manny Pacquiao has agreed to meet Floyd Mayweather's demands for rigorous drug-testing should the two fight one another in 2010. So, will Mayweather man up, or will he find another excuse to back out of the fight the entire boxing community has been waiting for?

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Leave LeBron alone!

Thursday, July 15, 2010

LeBron James wants to win. Doesn't everybody? So why are imbecile sports fans and spineless sycophants dumping on "The King" for signing with Miami?

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Remembering Sports’ Last Great Owner

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Whether you loved him or hated him, George Steinbrenner truly lived "A Bronx Tale," making an undeniable impact on professional sports.

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Still the Best All-Star Game Around

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Tuesday, July 13, 2010

 

An old sports trivia question used to go something like this: what are the only two days where there are no major professional sports games being played?  The answer: the day before and after the Major League Baseball All-Star game.

Tonight the mid-summer classic takes place in Anaheim (coverage starts at 8pm on FOX).  And while this is still the only meaningful all-star game in the four major professional sports, it has lost something over the years.  Let me explain.

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Ironman races across RI

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Monday, July 12, 2010

In the heat and the humidity, the top triathletes conquered Rhode Island.  The race that starts in Narragansett and finishes in Providence saw more than 1,200 competitors start the race.

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Red Sox Mid Season Report Card

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Monday, July 12, 2010

The Boston Red Sox have reached the All-Star break at 51-37.  And while 88 games represents 7 more games than the mid-point of their 162-game schedule, we still consider the All-Star break the unofficial midway point of the baseball season. 

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Clearing the Air on LeBron

Saturday, July 10, 2010

A friend of mine got me thinking.  Am I being too hard on LeBron James?  Let me explain myself and exactly where I am coming from.

After posting my column on GoLocalProv.com Friday, a friend of mine from high school by the name of

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World Cup 2010: Championship

Saturday, July 10, 2010

World Cup Final: The Orange Army vs The Red Fury

So we are finally here! The culmination of soccer worldwide comes down to this Sunday as Spain square off against the Netherlands. Keep in mind that this may be the last World Cup ever (considering the world may bite the dust in 2012). Therefore, you might as well empty out your savings and head down to South Africa.

However if that’s not feasible then watching it here will do as well. So head to the bars early this Sunday afternoon, because just about every one of them is sure to be full.

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Older is Better?  We’ll Find Out!

Friday, July 09, 2010

Forget about LeBron.  This is about the Celtics.  It is very clear what general manager Danny Ainge and the Celts are trying to do.  They are gearing up for two more years of trying to compete for a championship with an aging team.

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