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The Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees will square off for the first time of the 2014 season on Thursday, opening up a four-game set in the Bronx.
David Ortiz made history at Fenway Park on Wednesday.
The Red Sox open their 114th home season on Friday, with Opening Day festivities set to begin at 1 p.m.
Claude Julien probably won’t win the Jack Adams Award, but he’s certainly worthy of being a finalist.
Avery Bradley didn’t play in the Celtics’ terrible loss to the Wizards, but was embarrassed by the effort.
There has been an outpouring of support from the Boston sports community after two firefighters were killed in a 9-alarm fire in the Back Bay.
The Boston Bruins may not have their nice heads of hair anymore, but that doesn’t stop Wednesday from being one of their favorite events of the season.
With Steve Donahue out at BC the search starts for the next man in charge of the basketball team, and Joe Sullivan of the Boston Globe thinks the university won’t have to look very far to find him.
Sizing up the weaknesses of the Bruins’ competition come playoff time.
With 17 games remaining, Brian Robb takes a closer look at where the Celtics could potentially finish up in the standings.
The sights from the 7th Annual “Cuts For A Cause,” put on by Shawn Thornton, the Boston Bruins and 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher and Rich!