1. Boston Red Sox: Reviewing the Trade Options at Right Field

    The Boston Red Sox are always in the midst of the mid-July hot stove fervor, and 2011 is no different, with rumors swirling about the possibility of a new right-fielder to stand in for the disappointing and under-performing JD Drew...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about almost 3 years ago 737 reads 7 comments

  2. Red Sox Designate Mike Cameron for Assignment After Hitting .149

    The Boston Red Sox designated Mike Cameron for assignment yesterday, ending his tenure in Boston. In 33 games this season, Cameron has hit .149 with three home runs, nine RBI and an OBP just ...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 3 years ago 238 reads 1 comments

  3. Atlanta Thrashers: The Jerseys the NHL Would've Been Better off Without

    By now, it's well known that the NHL 's Atlanta Thrashers are well on their way to Winnipeg, and that one of the NHL's ugliest-looking teams is now heading to the home of the Jets, one of the NHL's best looking dead teams...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 3 years ago 2,721 reads 6 comments

  4. From E*Trade To Chrysler: The Best Super Bowl Ads Of 2011

    It's that time of year again, in between buying our girlfriends booze on New Years Day and flowers on Valentines. Yep, it's Super Bowl commercial watching season again...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about over 3 years ago 435 reads 2 comments

  5. Potential 2011 Red Sox Roster: Position Players

    The Boston Red Sox have once again shaken up their roster, executing a huge trade with the San Diego Padres for Adrian Gonzalez and signing one of the biggest free agents of the 2010-2011 offseason, Carl Crawford...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about over 3 years ago 4,480 reads 10 comments

  6. Carl Crawford Signing: What It Could Mean For Jacoby Ellsbury, Mike Cameron

    The big news today is that the Boston Red Sox massively overpaid for former Tampa Bay Rays outfielder, speed demon Carl Crawford. $126 million over 7 years...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about over 3 years ago 742 reads 0 comments

  7. Adrian Gonzalez Trade More Than Makes Up for Red Sox Loss of Martinez, Beltre

    So after a day of " Padres-Red Sox have a trade for Adrian Gonzalez !" " Never mind, they don't ." " Wait, they got him after all !" trade talks between the Boston Red Sox and San Diego Padres, the Red Sox finally have their answer to Mark Teixeira...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about over 3 years ago 320 reads 0 comments

  8. Recapping the Trades of the 2010 MLB Season

    Well, it's that time of year again. The time where teams either detonate their entire roster, give up some good prospect to get that extra push to propel them to the offseason, or stand pat and hope for the best...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about almost 4 years ago 925 reads 6 comments

  9. 2010 NFL Draft: Trust Bill Belichick, Not the Pundits with Worthless Opinions

    There was a regional groan let out by almost every Patriots fan when they heard who their team had selected with the No. 27 overall pick. Take a deep breath, Pats fans. The dynasty isn't lost yet...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 4 years ago 933 reads 9 comments

  10. The Greatest Athletes from New England, Part One: Maine

    Maine's famous for three things: lobster, LL Bean and pine trees. Maine's certainly not a powerhouse in sports, but it has had it's moments where athletes from the former Massachusetts ...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 4 years ago 3,746 reads 0 comments

  11. Humor: Al Davis Announces Signing of Cornbread For Five Years, $70 Million

    In shocking news today, Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis announced the signing of Cornbread. Cornbread, largely unknown, attended Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota, from 2002 to 2006...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about over 4 years ago 634 reads 13 comments

  12. The Dirtiest Hits in NHL History

    Hockey has always been an incredibly violent game. A bunch of guys flying around on ice with knives attached to their feet. Something bad is bound to happen. This article lists eight of the most gruesome or heinous hits in the history of the NHL...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about over 4 years ago 10,175 reads 40 comments

  13. Nomar Garciaparra Returning (and Retiring) With The Red Sox: Is All Forgiven?

    This article is also featured on Beantown Sports Observer Former Red Sox shortstop Nomar Garciaparra pulled a Carlton Fisk yesterday, by signing a one-day minor league contract with ...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about over 4 years ago 326 reads 11 comments

  14. From Kovalchuk to Corvo, a Full Rundown of the Major NHL Trades

    The NHL trade deadline has come and gone. More players and picks were dealt this season than any other. There were some big moves and some small moves. There were some winners (Devils, Maple Leafs) and some losers (Flames)...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about over 4 years ago 882 reads 19 comments

  15. An Open Letter to the Buffalo Sabres: Keep the Pirates in Portland

    Dear Buffalo Sabres and Portland Pirates executives, There are a lot of rumors flying around about the potential that the Portland Pirates are leaving Maine and heading to Albany, New York...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about over 4 years ago 379 reads 10 comments

  16. An Open Letter to the New England Patriots

    This article is a minor rant. Some of this article is written out of anger for the Patriots' economic stinginess. Dear New England Patriots players, coaches, and executives: I have a few questions about the state of the franchise...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about over 4 years ago 681 reads 15 comments

  17. Nate Robinson to The Celtics: Why He's Worth Eddie House

    This article is also featured on Beantown Sports Observer The Boston Celtics announced today that they traded Eddie House, Bill Walker and JR Giddens to the New York Knicks for Nate Robinson and Marcus Landry...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about over 4 years ago 333 reads 0 comments

  18. NBA Trade Rumors: Five Celtics Who Will Be Traded (And Who They Should Get Back)

    Whenever it's around Valentine's Day, the NBA trading deadline will be fast approaching. The Boston Celtics are floundering and they're likely going to make a deal. Rasheed Wallace's name has been tossed around...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about over 4 years ago 1,881 reads 13 comments

  19. Why Trading Tim Thomas Could Benefit Boston Bruins More Than Hurt

    The Tim Thomas story is a good one. A guy who can't find work in the NHL until multiple injuries to other goaltenders give him a chance goes on to win the Vezina Trophy. However, there's a reason to believe Thomas' days in Boston are numbered...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about over 4 years ago 965 reads 11 comments

  20. Nomar Garciaparra: Time To Face the Music

    This article is also featured on Boston Sox Journalism. You can find it here. I remember, when I was eight-years-old, all I wanted to be when I grew up was Nomar Garciaparra...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about over 4 years ago 650 reads 14 comments

  21. Top Super Bowl Commercials for 2010: Part 2

    Because YouTube didn't have all of the Super Bowl XLIV commercials up when I was forced to meet my deadline for directly after the Super Bowl, I've added a part two to my Super Bowl ads recap...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about over 4 years ago 1,776 reads 0 comments

  22. The Top Super Bowl Commercials Part I

    As unfathomable as it may seem, some people just watch the Super Bowl for the ads. I know, I think it's dumb, too. You could've been watching for the New Orleans Saints coming back from ten ...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about over 4 years ago 4,519 reads 5 comments

  23. Review of the Boston Red Sox's Acquisitions: Bridge Year? Fat Chance

    In a few weeks, pitchers and catchers of the Boston Red Sox report to Fort Myers, Florida. Which means it's time to review the changes the Red Sox made to their roster...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about over 4 years ago 988 reads 12 comments

  24. Reviewing the Washington Nationals Offseason Acquistions: Tides Turning in DC?

    In a few weeks, pitchers and catchers of the Washington Nationals report to Viera and Melbourne, Florida. Which means it's time to review the changes the Nationals made to their roster...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about over 4 years ago 564 reads 9 comments

  25. New England Patriots: Best and Worst Draft Picks of the 2000s

    I know it's a bit late for the end-of-the-decade lists, but I just decided to throw another one out there...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about over 4 years ago 4,345 reads 22 comments