Chris Sale Hurts Foot at Home, Let the Strange Preseason Injuries Begin!

Chicago White Sox ace Chris Sale has suffered one of the flukier injuries this offseason. The big left-handed modern-day Randy Johnson fractured his foot during an accident in his Arizona home. 303 more words

Current Events

Three Ridiculous Sports Injuries That Happened Off The Field

Toronto Blue Jays outfielder Michael Saunders tore cartilage in his left knee when he stepped on a sprinkler head while shagging fly balls at spring training. 210 more words


A positive attitude causes a chain reaction of positive thoughts, events and outcomes. It is a catalyst and it sparks extraordinary results. ~ Wade Boggs

On Whether Clemens Should Be In Baseball Hall Of Fame, Boggs Says "I Don't Vote"

Wade Boggs, Baseball Hall of Famer, joined The Triple Threat Monday on Sports Radio 610 to share stories from his playing days with the New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox and Tampa Bay Rays, including what it’s like to be on the winning and losing side of the World Series — he experienced both — and if he thinks Roger Clemens should be inducted in Cooperstown. 109 more words


Five Statistical Facts about Wade Boggs

While Tony Gwynn was punishing National League pitchers, Wade Boggs was over in the American League doing the same to those unafraid of the designated hitter. 352 more words

Facts And History

Local man: Where Gronk ranks on list of most prolific beer drinkers in Boston sports history


CARVER, Mass.–I know everybody in the New England area is all up in arms over how cool it was that Rob Gronkowski chugged a few beers while on the Pats’ victory parade route yesterday. 809 more words

Red Sox

Critique: "Bottom of the 33rd" by Dan Barry

The story of the longest professional baseball game to ever be played in history (33 innings, eight hours and 25 minutes) was finally documented in a full-length book by  491 more words

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