1. Patriots Pulse: Week Nine

    Patriots Pulse is a weekly review of the New England Patriots. Last week we covered the match-up between the Patriots and the Rams...

    Andrew Tirrell Written by Andrew Tirrell about over 5 years ago 936 reads 4 comments

  2. Patriots Pulse: Week Eight

    Patriots Pulse is a weekly review of the New England Patriots. This week we'll consider last week's game against the Denver Broncos, preview this week's match-up against the St. Louis Rams, and update the status of the growing number of injured Pats...

    Andrew Tirrell Written by Andrew Tirrell about over 5 years ago 937 reads 5 comments

  3. Patriots-Broncos: New-Look Patriots Overwhelm Hobbled Broncos

    The New England Patriots left Gillette Stadium with a surprising 41-7 victory over the Denver Broncos in their Monday Night Football contest...

    Andrew Tirrell Written by Andrew Tirrell about almost 6 years ago 412 reads 5 comments

  4. Patriots-Broncos Halftime Report: Cassel & Company in the Lead

    As the first half of play came to a close at Gillette Stadium, the New England Patriots held a surprising 20-0 lead over the Denver Broncos...

    Andrew Tirrell Written by Andrew Tirrell about almost 6 years ago 242 reads 2 comments

  5. Thanks For The Memories, Red Sox

    When Jed Lowrie grounded out to end Game Seven of the American League Championship Series late last night, I found myself to be in remarkably good spirits...

    Andrew Tirrell Written by Andrew Tirrell about almost 6 years ago 428 reads 21 comments

  6. Matt Cassel and the Defense Need to Step Up for the New England Patriots

    If Matt Cassel is capable of putting up big offensive numbers, now is the time to show it. Patriots fans have to be a little concerned after Cassel's pathetic performance last week ...

    Andrew Tirrell Written by Andrew Tirrell about almost 6 years ago 793 reads 34 comments

  7. Tampa Bay Rays or Boston Red Sox: Which Has the Better Lineup?

    We all knew it was coming. Anyone who was paying attention knew that the Rays would some day be a force to be reckoned with...

    Andrew Tirrell Written by Andrew Tirrell about almost 6 years ago 917 reads 4 comments

  8. Who's the Real American League MVP?

    Now that both of the League Division Series are sewn up, and there are a few off days in baseball, I thought that I would start giving thought to the A.L. MVP race. Unlike the N.L...

    Andrew Tirrell Written by Andrew Tirrell about almost 6 years ago 473 reads 15 comments

  9. Arms Race: Do the Red Sox Have the Bullpen Weapons for a Successful Postseason?

    The Red Sox weathered a lot of storms to get here. Clay Buchholz pitched like a rookie (and not the kind that tosses no-hitters and dominates the league)...

    Andrew Tirrell Written by Andrew Tirrell about almost 6 years ago 652 reads 6 comments

  10. Red Sox-Rangers: Josh Beckett and Mike Lowell Team Up to Topple Texas

    Josh Beckett, returning from the disabled list, pitched five shutout innings and received the win in Boston's 8-1 triumph over the Texas Rangers tonight. Beckett gave up four hits, no walks, and struck out seven, just one week after visiting with Dr...

    Andrew Tirrell Written by Andrew Tirrell about almost 6 years ago 325 reads 0 comments

  11. An Evening In Pittsburgh: PNC Park, the Pirates' Future, and Another Brewer Win

    When I was growing up, Pittsburgh was not the kind of place people talked about going to for a vacation. It had a reputation as being gritty, polluted, uneducated, and boring...

    Andrew Tirrell Written by Andrew Tirrell about almost 6 years ago 1,072 reads 6 comments

  12. Red Sox Roster Review Part III: The Pitchers

    In 2008, for the first time in several years, the Red Sox underwent little roster turnover to begin the season...

    Andrew Tirrell Written by Andrew Tirrell about almost 6 years ago 880 reads 2 comments

  13. Red Sox Roster Review Part II: The Outfielders (and DH)

    In 2008, for the first time in several years, the Red Sox underwent little roster turnover to begin the season...

    Andrew Tirrell Written by Andrew Tirrell about almost 6 years ago 404 reads 3 comments

  14. Red Sox Roster Review Part I: The Infielders

    In 2008, for the first time in several years, the Red Sox underwent little roster turnover to begin the season...

    Andrew Tirrell Written by Andrew Tirrell about almost 6 years ago 572 reads 4 comments

  15. Bay State Of Mind (or How The Dodgers Mannied Up)

    The deal that no one thought could ever happen, that looked like it would flop again heading into the last few hours before the July 31st trade deadline, the one that had been attempted ...

    Andrew Tirrell Written by Andrew Tirrell about almost 6 years ago 288 reads 10 comments

  16. 2008 MLB All-Star Team Rosters

    I usually don't pay much attention to the All-Star Game. In fact, the All-Star break is about the only time between March and November that I'm not thinking about baseball. But for some reason this year I care...

    Andrew Tirrell Written by Andrew Tirrell about 6 years ago 252 reads 0 comments