1. From Avery to Artest: The Seven Craziest Athletes

    Athletes have often been thought of as flamboyant or outrageous. Today, they're just plain nuts. From Terell Owens getting his own television show on VH1 (the show is terrible, by the way) to the completely insane Tonya Harding...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 5 years ago 1,037 reads 0 comments

  2. Brad Mills to Leave the Boston Red Sox to Become Houston Astros' Manager

    On the exact day five years ago that the Boston Red Sox won the World Series for the first time in 86 years, their bench coach from that improbable 2004 season left the Red Sox to take ...

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  3. A Mistake On Everyone's Part: Joey Galloway

    When the New England Patriots signed Joey Galloway, I thought that Galloway would provide extra depth at wideout, while giving Tom Brady a reliable target. I was dead wrong...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 5 years ago 624 reads 13 comments

  4. The Chuck Kobasew Deal: A Prelude to Bigger and Better Bruins Trades?

    Last night, the Boston Bruins and Minnesota Wild pulled off a trade: Craig Weller, a second-round pick, and the rights to prospect Alexander Fallstrom to the Bruins for right wing Chuck Kobasew...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 5 years ago 690 reads 22 comments

  5. NHL vs. NBA: Five Reasons Why the Ice Is Much Cooler

    It's hockey season, friends. And it's almost basketball season, too. Soon, the debates will be starting about which sport is better: hockey or basketball? By a pure revenue standard, the NHL doesn't come close to the NBA...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 5 years ago 1,400 reads 22 comments

  6. Could Jonathan Papelbon Be Papel-Gone before Next Season?

    Jonathan Papelbon allowed two inherited runs to score in the top of the eighth inning in Game Three of the Best of Five series against the Angels. He allowed three of his own in the ninth inning...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 5 years ago 631 reads 16 comments

  7. Boston Bruins Player With Most at Stake: Mark Recchi

    The Boston Bruins acquired Mark Recchi on March 4, 2009, from the Tampa Bay Lightning for expendable defender Matt Lashoff. Recchi immediately began paying dividends for the Bruins, scoring 10 goals and tallying six assists for 16 points in 18 games...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 5 years ago 198 reads 2 comments

  8. J.P. Ricciardi: Looking Back On The Best (and Worst) Moves of His Career

    Toronto Blue Jays general manager J.P. Ricciardi was fired on the moning of October 3, 2009 after seven seasons as the Blue Jays GM. Ricciardi was the understudy to Moneyball gurus Billy Beane and Paul DePodesta...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 5 years ago 1,144 reads 4 comments

  9. Boston Celtics: What to Watch For in The Coming Season

    After the way the Boston Celtics were eliminated from the playoffs in the 2008-2009 season, most of New England was heartbroken. But fear not, fellow Celtic fans. We battled the Chicago Bulls and Orlando Magic without Kevin Garnett...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 5 years ago 701 reads 2 comments

  10. Stephen Drew Joining His Brother in Boston?

    This morning, I was watching QuickPitch on MLB Network this morning, the host Matt Yalloff mentioned that the Arizona Diamondbacks are willing to take offers from teams to for Stephen Drew in exchange for pitching help...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 5 years ago 481 reads 14 comments

  11. New England Patriots: Moss, Edelman, Join Welker as Questionable

    After New England Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker missed last Sunday's game against the New York Jets with a right knee injury, he is expected to be a game-time decision against the Atlanta Falcons tomorrow...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about 5 years ago 414 reads 7 comments

  12. When a High School Football Player Passes: A Rememberance for a Friend

    On Sunday, Sept. 20, at around 2:30 in the morning, a green Ford Mustang crashed into a silver Chevrolet Impala on the corner of Brighton Avenue and Capisic Street in Portland, Maine...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about over 5 years ago 456 reads 6 comments

  13. Prince Fielder to the Red Sox?: Why This Deal Should Be a No-Go

    Prince Fielder has been a world-beater during his four-season career. He hit 50 home runs in 2007 for the Milwaukee Brewers. Fielder is the son of former big leaguer Cecil Fielder...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about over 5 years ago 633 reads 15 comments

  14. Eagles QB Problem: Jeff Garcia Is The Answer

    When Donovan McNabb went down with an injury in Week 1, Philadelphia Eagles fans were killed. With big free agent signing Michael Vick not available until Week 3, the Eagles are stuck with the unproven Kevin Kolb, and the aging veteran Jeff Garcia...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about over 5 years ago 451 reads 4 comments

  15. The 1994 MLB Strike Hurt Everyone; Especially The Montreal Expos

    The 1994 MLB Players Association strike hurt everyone. Tony Gwynn of the San Diego Padres was on pace to hit .400, and would've been the first player to do so since Ted Williams hit .406 in 1941...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about over 5 years ago 2,832 reads 8 comments

  16. Boston Red Sox Offered Toronto Six Pitching Prospects for Roy Halladay?

    According to a recent article on MLBTradeRumors.com (seen here), the Red Sox had offered six of their best young pitchers (Justin Masterson, Felix Doubront, Nick Hagadone, Clay Buchholz, ...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about over 5 years ago 1,136 reads 29 comments

  17. Memo to the Boston Herald: Here's How Your Red Sox Trade Deadline List Should've Been

    Recently, Michael Silverman of the "Boston Herald" published a list of Boston Red Sox trade deadline and other late July trades under Theo Epstein's stewardship (which you can see here: http://www...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about over 5 years ago 538 reads 9 comments

  18. After 9/11, Baseball Brought Hope Back to America

    Even though I walk in the valley of the shadow of death, I will not falter, for You are with me. Psalm 23 On September 11th, 2001, four airplanes were hijacked by terrorists from the group Al Qaeda...

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  19. A League of Their Own: Three Former 2009 Boston Red Sox Excel in the N.L.

    For 13 years, the American League has dominated its National League counterparts, including 13 straight All-Star game victories and 9 of the last 13 World Series rings...

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  20. This Red Sox Fan Is Aplauding Derek Jeter

    Congratulations Derek Jeter. You are a class act who deserves his 2,721 career hits. Congratulations Derek Jeter. You've played for America's Team, won four World Series and are destined for the Hall of Fame...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about over 5 years ago 436 reads 8 comments

  21. Red Sox All-Time Starting Nine

    The Red Sox have had some great players. Doerr. Williams. Yaz. Manny. Now, to celebrat 9/9/09, I've decided to come up with the Red Sox all-time starting 9, similar to what MLB...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about over 5 years ago 335 reads 10 comments

  22. Analyzing the Red Sox' 2010 Shortstop Options

    With yet another terrible season for the Red Sox at the shortstop position, you can expect general manger Theo Epstein to, yet again, chase after a shortstop...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about over 5 years ago 115 reads 16 comments

  23. Andrew Walter Released by New England Patriots, Joining Kevin O'Connell

    Former Oakland Raiders starting quarterback and projected New England second-string quarterback Andrew Walter was released by the Patriots Friday. Projected third-stringer Brian Hoyer is expected to take over the second-string job...

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  24. The Boston Red Sox 2009 September Call-Ups

    Oh, Spetember. When guys named Gathright, Tazawa, McBeth and Woodward are placed on the active roster. The Red Sox have one of the best farm systems in baseball. September call-ups chroncile the future of the franchise...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about over 5 years ago 451 reads 1 comments

  25. Chad Bradford: The Last of a Dying Breed

    No one thought that Chad Bradford would make his high school team. Bradford did. No one thought that Bradford would do well in a hitters ballpark. Bradford did. No one thought that Bradford would become a reliable reliever in the big leagues...

    Anthony Emerson Written by Anthony Emerson about over 5 years ago 540 reads 1 comments