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The D.A. Show
D.A. started off discussing the impending NHL lockout, with the current CBA expiring Saturday at midnight and no news of a deal it looks as though hockey will not be starting on time. Does it ruin the brand to go through another lockout so soon?
Greg Bedard from the Boston Globe joined The D.A Show on the eve of the 2012 NFL season to talk some Patriots, mainly the absence of Brian Waters.
Jeff Passan of Yahoo! Sports talked with D.A about the ongoing Red Sox saga. There’s not a lot of harmony in the clubhouse right now, and the once pristine model no longer exists. How and why has this club has eroded?
WBZ-TV’s Patriots reporter Levan Reid stopped by The D.A. Show Wednesday night to talk all things Patriots.
Gary Myers of the NY Daily News joined The D.A. Show Wednesday night to talk all things NFL.
Five years after Roger Clemens’ last start the 50 year old righty is making his way back to the game.
This year in 98 Mile II Tony Mazz battled all the way back to the Finals to take on Jon Wallach and now we learn who the winner is.
The Red Sox played the Texas Rangers Wednesday afternoon and with Josh Beckett on the mound the Sox fell again. What’s going on with this team? Peter Abraham joins D.A. and the two try to figure out what’s going on.
It’s that time of the year again, when 98.5 The Sports Hub supremacy can be determined in only one way: a rap battle. The Finals are finally here, with Tony Mazz one of the last ones standing once again, but this time around he’s up against Wallach.
Last year what started as Toucher & Rich watching some videos of a freestyling competition turned into an epic battle for radio domination. Thursday is the Final Battle, listen to how we got there and listen to all the past battles.
Thanks for everyone who came out to The 2nd Annual Sports Hub…Who’s Your Caddy? Classic. Check out the team pictures.
The guy that wore a bag on his head to the Red Sox game wasn’t the first person embarrassed by their team. Check out these other fans over the years who went to games and hid their identities from everyone.
Matt Light officially announced his retirement at The Hall at Patriots Place after 11-years with the New England Patriots. Check out these pics of the three-time Super Bowl champion from over the years.
The Patriots fall to the Giants 21-17 in Super Bowl XLVI.
Patriots beat Ravens 23-20 for the AFC Championship and will make their fifth Super Bowl appearance.