1. Previewing The Boston Bruins 2010-2011 Season

    Only one word can describe the Boston Bruins 2009-2010 season, devastating. Being the die hard fan that I am of all Boston sports, watching my Red Sox come back from being down three ...

    Dan Callagy Written by Dan Callagy about almost 4 years ago 532 reads 5 comments

  2. 2010 NBA Playoffs: 5 Teams, 5 Point Guards, 5 Game Changers

    If you look at every team left in the 2010 NBA playoffs, they all have one thing in common, they each have a standout point guard. The Los Angeles Lakers have Derek Fisher. Fisher's been with the Lakers through thick and thin...

    Dan Callagy Written by Dan Callagy about 4 years ago 198 reads 0 comments

  3. 4 Moves The Boston Red Sox Have To Make to Win The World Series In 2010

    After a quick exit from the MLB playoffs i quickly started to think, what could they do to get better? After a few weeks of research and asking my self questions i have come up with four moves ...

    Dan Callagy Written by Dan Callagy about over 4 years ago 860 reads 6 comments

  4. Four Games In, Boston Celtics Look Like The Team To Beat

    Four and oh looks oh so good. Kevin Garnett's thirteen points per game and seven rebounds per game looks mighty good in the stat sheet. Doc Rivers' coaching with under a minute left and up by eighteen means only one thing...

    Dan Callagy Written by Dan Callagy about over 4 years ago 142 reads 0 comments

  5. The Prospects (part one): Ryan Westmoreland

    This is part one of a five part series where I break down my top 5 prospects in the Red Sox organization. My number one prospect as of now in the Red Sox organization, is a 19 year old by the name of Ryan Westmoreland...

    Dan Callagy Written by Dan Callagy about almost 5 years ago 75 reads 0 comments

  6. Red Sox Report: Can Jason Vartiek Keep It Up..Will Dice-K Turn It Around

    We are 66 games through the 2009 Major League Baseball season. The best record in baseball belongs to the Los Angeles Dodgers, who have an astonishing 44 wins and 23 loses. Not far behind them are the red hot Red Sox...

    Dan Callagy Written by Dan Callagy about 5 years ago 65 reads 1 comments

  7. Red Auerbach-Phil Jackson: Who's the Best NBA Coach of All Time?

    I have recently just finished a book, Let Me Tell You A Story, by John Feinsetin. It is a book about Red Auerbachs journey from scrawny little point guard at George Washington, to one of the best coaches of all time...

    Dan Callagy Written by Dan Callagy about 5 years ago 2,712 reads 7 comments

  8. My Conference Final and Stanley Cup Predictions

    It has been a wild and crazy playoff ride so far. The top two teams in the NHL have been brought down by teams lower than a fifth seed. A sixth seed has made it to the Eastern Conference Finals...

    Dan Callagy Written by Dan Callagy about 5 years ago 157 reads 1 comments

  9. My Top 10 Favorite Sporting Events Attended/Watched

    Born in 1995, i haven't witnessed to many great sporting events. So i though tit wouldn't be to hard to narrow these down, but boy was i wrong. The 10 greatest games since 1995......

    Dan Callagy Written by Dan Callagy about 5 years ago 453 reads 2 comments

  10. Why the Cleveland Cavs Won't Win the NBA Finals

    Last year, the Boston Celtics won their first NBA championship in 22 years. They accomplished this task by playing great defense, taking advantage of their collective experience, and capitalizing on the leadership capabilities of their guys...

    Dan Callagy Written by Dan Callagy about over 5 years ago 426 reads 5 comments

  11. Don't Let His Name Fool You...He Is One To Fear

    Tuukka Rask (pronounced Tu-ka). Yes that is a real name, and yes he is human. The 6'3" inch, 170 pound Finalnd-ite (he's from Finland), is now the future of the Boston Bruins...

    Dan Callagy Written by Dan Callagy about over 5 years ago 66 reads 0 comments

  12. Breaking News: Cardinals Advance To Super Bowl 43

    Breaking News: The Arizona Cardinals advance to super bowl 43 where they will play the winner of Pittsburgh Steelers/Baltimore Ravens. They will look for their first title in 61 years...

    Dan Callagy Written by Dan Callagy about over 5 years ago 43 reads 0 comments

  13. Red Sox, Yankees, Rays: Preview of the Division to Watch

    The AL East was full of surprises last year, with the Rays' best one-year turnaround in MLB history, to the Yanks not making the playoffs since the year I was born (1995) and the Sox trading goof-ball Manny Ramirez...

    Dan Callagy Written by Dan Callagy about over 5 years ago 66 reads 5 comments

  14. Boston Red Sox Still Spending on Pitching

    Breaking News: Red Sox sign pitcher Takashi Saito to one year deal, with club option for 2010. With the Red Sox signing their fifth pitcher of the offseason Friday, they apparently think their hitting is okay...

    Dan Callagy Written by Dan Callagy about over 5 years ago 85 reads 1 comments

  15. Should The NFL Change The Playoff Format?

    Despite playing their tails off through snow, rain, and cold, the New England Patriots, along with other teams, were robbed of the NFL playoffs, and a chance at the Vince Lombardi Trophy...

    Dan Callagy Written by Dan Callagy about over 5 years ago 161 reads 1 comments

  16. Lakers-Celtics: 10 Greatest Pictures of NBA Finals 2008

    Red Auerbach always said that Celtic Dancers would be a distraction. But they got them anyway. People said that veterans inst good to build a team around, because they would retire soon. Cetlics got them too...

    Dan Callagy Written by Dan Callagy about over 5 years ago 707 reads 3 comments

  17. Boston Bruins: Contenders or Pretenders?

    The 20-5-4 start is surprisingly the second best start in Bruins history. Only the 1929-1930 Bruins have had more points at this point...

    Dan Callagy Written by Dan Callagy about over 5 years ago 207 reads 2 comments

  18. For Boston Sports, The Future Is Here

    Rajon Rondo and Kendrick Perkins for the Celtics. Dustin Pedroia and Kevin Youkilis for the Red Sox. Phil Kessel and Milian Lucic for the Bruins. Jerod Mayo for the Patriots. Either Boston is extremely lucky, or full og extremely good scouts...

    Dan Callagy Written by Dan Callagy about over 5 years ago 49 reads 6 comments

  19. If I Were the Boston Red Sox's GM for a Day...

    Stop and think for a minute. What would of happened if the Red Sox didn't trade for Beckett or Big Papi. What would have happened if they didn't trade Man-Ram or draft Pedroia...

    Dan Callagy Written by Dan Callagy about over 5 years ago 150 reads 0 comments

  20. Return of the Minutemen: '96 All Over Again for UMass?

    Marcus Camby, Julius "Dr. J" Erving, Rick Pitino—the list goes on and on of great UMass basketball players and coaches...

    Dan Callagy Written by Dan Callagy about over 5 years ago 160 reads 0 comments

  21. You Can't Handle The Truth

    September 25th 2000: the day Paul Pierce will never forget. On his way home from a night club, he was stabbed 11 times in the face, neck, and and back. He was rushed to the hospital and underwent emergency lung surgery...

    Dan Callagy Written by Dan Callagy about over 5 years ago 273 reads 10 comments

  22. Dustin Pedroia Is Small, but Mighty

    Let's rewind one year, to the end of April 2007. 5'9" Dustin Pedroia was batting under .200 for more than a month and a half. He was a star rising in the minor leagues. Dustin was not a very powerful hitter, but he batted ...

    Dan Callagy Written by Dan Callagy about almost 6 years ago 395 reads 2 comments