1. LaDainian Tomlinson Joins Roger Clemens in Burning the Twilight Oil

    Roger Clemens spent the first 13 years of his illustrious Major League Baseball career with the Boston Red Sox, making five All-Star appearances and collecting three Cy Young awards...

    BHL Written by BHL about almost 4 years ago 477 reads 22 comments

  2. Mark Sanchez Prematurely Dismissed As Capable Quarterback

    The popular opinion, led by the local New England media outlets, seems to be that New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez is the straw that will break the camel’s back...

    BHL Written by BHL about almost 4 years ago 838 reads 15 comments

  3. 2010 New England Patriots' Success Lies Solely on Their Ability To Be Exotic

    On the surface, the success of the 2010 New England Patriots is no different than it was in 2009. The success of the team depends on the ability of quarterback Tom Brady and the offensive ...

    BHL Written by BHL about almost 4 years ago 473 reads 3 comments

  4. MISSING: Tom Brady's PhD in Decision Making

    Blame for the New England Patriots' inability to meet expectations for the 2009 season has spread to just about everyone on the team, but seldom do Patriot fans place any blame on their beloved wonder boy quarterback...

    BHL Written by BHL about over 4 years ago 485 reads 4 comments

  5. Patriots Newsflash: History Will Not Win This Weekend's Patriots Playoff Game

    We're now a full work week into listening to media types bury us in cliches related to this weekend's Wild Card match-up in Foxborough, pitting the New England Patriots against the Baltimore Ravens...

    BHL Written by BHL about over 4 years ago 263 reads 1 comments

  6. Mark It down: Damon Amendolara Declares Joey Galloway "Not Good"

    Three weeks of any NFL season is a short period of time. The NFL season can certainly be divided into fourths, and each quarter of the season can have its own distinct identity...

    BHL Written by BHL about almost 5 years ago 825 reads 11 comments

  7. Relax, Patriot Fans: The New England Pats Will Be Fine

    Having just returned from a honeymoon in Hawaii, I was a tad bit surprised to see just how much negativity and fear there was on the airwaves in New England...

    BHL Written by BHL about almost 5 years ago 274 reads 12 comments

  8. 98.5 The Sports Hub: Bye Bye, Big Show

    With the advent of a new sports talk radio station in Boston, 98.5 The Sports Hub, long time WEEI listeners including Bleacher Report writer BHL will finally have another listening option for the afternoon commute...

    BHL Written by BHL about 5 years ago 8,458 reads 1 comments

  9. David Ortiz Juiced: Send Handwritten Apologies to BHL's Inbox

    The New York Times reported Thursday that Boston Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz tested positive for Performance-Enhancing Drugs (PEDs) in 2003...

    BHL Written by BHL about 5 years ago 808 reads 101 comments

  10. Theo Epstein: "Good," but in No Way "Great"

    Theo Epstein took over as General Manager (GM) of the Boston Red Sox in 2002, and since then, the Red Sox have enjoyed some incredibly successful times...

    BHL Written by BHL about 5 years ago 398 reads 7 comments

  11. Yankee fans, Rhode Island Should Secede From New England

    Rhode Island area news stations and the Providence Journal have recently reported that with the advent of Rhode Island state license plates with Boston Red Sox and New England Patriots logos ...

    BHL Written by BHL about 5 years ago 852 reads 12 comments

  12. The New Yankee Stadium: A New Englander's Review

    From a New England perspective, Fenway Park is to the old and decrepit Foxboro Stadium as the new Yankee Stadium is to the world class Gillette Stadium...

    BHL Written by BHL about 5 years ago 444 reads 14 comments

  13. Is John Henry the Craigslist Killer (Satire)?

    Disclaimer: Readers who do not possess a strong sense of humor, along with readers who may take offense to an article which ridicules the interpersonal skills of a suspected killer in comparing ...

    BHL Written by BHL about over 5 years ago 897 reads 16 comments

  14. Batman Threequel: Jed Lowrie to Star as The Joker

    Jed Lowrie's recent wrist injury will force the Red Sox shortstop to undergo surgery, placing Lowrie on the disabled list for what appears to be a substantial length of the season...

    BHL Written by BHL about over 5 years ago 1,002 reads 1 comments

  15. It's Time to Raze Fenway Park

    Overwhelming credit should be given to the latest ownership group of the Boston Red Sox, including John Henry, Larry Lucchino, and Tom Werner...

    BHL Written by BHL about over 5 years ago 807 reads 4 comments

  16. Matt Cassel and Jay Cutler Trade Comparisons: Right Church, Wrong Pew

    Disclaimer: The references to religion and religious practices within this article have been employed for the sake of creating a comparison...

    BHL Written by BHL about over 5 years ago 1,030 reads 33 comments

  17. Ryan Moats Saga an Unfortunate Reality: Police Are Guilty Until Proven Innocent

    Over the past few days, public outcry has reached its peak in reaction to Ryan Moats' recent altercation with a Dallas police officer, while Moats and his family were desperately trying to reach his dying mother-in-law in the hospital...

    BHL Written by BHL about over 5 years ago 1,314 reads 218 comments

  18. 2009 Yankee Ticket Prices: You Must Be Joking

    Disclaimer: This isn't so much a news story or an entertaining article, it's more a simple forum for my current complaint of the day...

    BHL Written by BHL about over 5 years ago 1,406 reads 10 comments

  19. March Annoyance, Also Known As "Bracketology": Enough Already

    There are few things I find more annoying than walking around the office in late March and listening to some random blow hard talk about how his "picks" are doing well. You know darn well which "picks" I'm talking about...

    BHL Written by BHL about over 5 years ago 97 reads 13 comments

  20. Bill Simmons "The Sports Guy": Overrated Gossip Queenery

    Disclaimer: This may seem hypocritical, given that this is written on a site designed for sports blogging. It's not. Aside from Dane Cook, who is the least funny person in America, my next least favorite "funny" celebrity is none other than ESPN...

    BHL Written by BHL about over 5 years ago 715 reads 33 comments

  21. Joe Girardi Will Have a Heated Seat in the New Yankee Dugout

    The New York Yankees were taken out of their comfort zone last year, experiencing a new manager along with something unheard of in the Bronx this millennium: no postseason play. For 2009, the newness storm continues to rain on the Yankee franchise...

    BHL Written by BHL about over 5 years ago 259 reads 6 comments

  22. Invesco Field at Mile High: A New Englander's Review

    Disclaimer: This column is long over due; I never sat down to write this when I should have, but it certainly makes for appropriate offseason rant material...

    BHL Written by BHL about over 5 years ago 461 reads 11 comments

  23. Nomar Garciaparra Juiced: No Doubt About It

    Upon seeing this photo of Nomar Garciaparra in 2009, is there any doubt in your mind that his frail figure is that of a deflated post steroid using individual? I will freely admit, during Nomar's days as a member of the Boston Red Sox, I was ignorant..

    BHL Written by BHL about over 5 years ago 20,096 reads 39 comments

  24. Jabar Gaffney: Under Appreciated by Over-Emotional New England Yahoos

    With Jabar Gaffney signing a four year, ten million dollar deal with the Denver Broncos late last month, Gaffney's short lived tenure as a New England Patriot has come to a close...

    BHL Written by BHL about over 5 years ago 606 reads 20 comments

  25. Boston's J.D. Drew: Well Compensated, Well Injured

    New season, same story—J.D. Drew's back is bothering him, and one can only envision he'll be riding the pine for at least another 50 games in 2009...

    BHL Written by BHL about over 5 years ago 176 reads 4 comments