The 2013 sports year in Boston is coming full circle on this week’s Sports Illustrated cover.
It turns out football fans weren’t the only ones interested in Sunday’s game between the Patriots and the Dolphins at Gillette Stadium.
Sports Illustrated’s Peter King has made his predictions for the 2013 NFL season, with some big expectations for the New England Patriots.
Sports Illustrated’s Joe Sheenan joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s The Adam Jones Show on Tuesday night, and said the Red Sox will be major players to keep Ellsbury when he hits the free agent market this winter.
When Wes Welker chose joining the Denver Broncos over staying with the Patriots this offseason, it was clear something had gone wrong between the All Pro receiver and the New England franchise.
Sports Illustrated media critic Richard Deitsch joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s The Adam Jones Show on Friday night to discuss John Henry’s purchase of the Boston Globe, saying it’s a very strange purchase, and could be somewhat troubling down the road.
The MLB Trade Deadline is just one week away, but don’t expect too much more movement that what we’ve already seen.
In hiring Brad Stevens, the Boston Celtics not only have the youngest head coach in the NBA, but one with a fresh new approach to the game.
Tuukka Rask has made the big time. The latest cover of Sports Illustrated features the Bruins’ netminder sprawled out on the ice trying to make a save.
Tom Brady will be 36-years-old when the 2013 season gets underway, but the New England Patriots quarterback says he’s throwing the football better than he ever has.