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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.
Yahoo! Sports’ Jeff Passan joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s The D.A. Show Wednesday night, and said it’s pretty simple why Beckett is still a member of the Boston Red Sox.
Former MLB Executive, and MLB Network Radio host Jim Duquette joined the mothership Friday to discuss everything Red Sox, and why Josh Beckett must go now.
With the Celtics close to acquiring shooting guard Courtney Lee from the Houston Rockets in a sign-and-trade deal, SI’s Chris Mannix joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s The D.A. Show to break it all down.
Jermaine O’Neal said the Celtics didn’t use him correctly on offense. So Damon Amendolara had a few things to say to “Gentle Jermaine” Wednesday night…
Ian Thomsen of Sports Illustrated joins The DA Show to talk about Ray Allen’s departure for Miami, and how the Boston Celtics will move on from the move.
Adam Kuperstein from NBC 6 in Miami joined DA to talk about the Heat and their pursuit of free agent Ray Allen. He discussed why the Heat are attracted to a player like Allen, and what the Heat can offer him.
D.A. opened Friday’s show talking about the pursuit of Ray Allen as NBA free agency continues. Will the push by LeBron James and Dwyane Wade work to get Ray Allen in a Heat uniform?
Off of a 2-5 road trip, Sean McAdam of CSNNE.com joined The DA Show Thursday afternoon to talk about the scuffling Red Sox.
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.