Note: This is the second post in our look at The Impossible Dream, 1967 Boston Red Sox season. You can read the first post by clicking here. A New England winter – a harsh mistress that is as cold as she is unforgiving. For months on end, the region is pounded by cold temperatures, snow, and […]
Today Tom Brady will celebrate his 40th birthday. A seemingly ageless wonder, who just won his 5th Super Bowl and 4th Super Bowl MVP, Brady will once again valiantly lead the New England Patriots onto the gridiron. The team will be seeking its sixth Lombardi Trophy and with some pundits believing that another undefeated season […]
Fun Fact: The Boston Red Sox are not the only team to have won a World Series in Fenway Park. In keeping with the spirit of the blog being a comprehensive look at New England sports history, I will be examining the 1914 World Series, in particular the role of the Boston Braves. The Braves, […]
David Price vs. Dennis Eckersley – perhaps the hottest feud in sports today. No doubt fueled by media speculation, this feud has dominated headlines in the New England sports media over the past several days. For those of you who may perhaps be out of the loop, media reports are that Price and Eckersley had […]
“This is really a love story, an affair betwixt a town and a team. A town that waited and waited for what seemed like an Impossible Dream.” These words, the opening words of an album produced by the now defunct WHDH-AM and uttered by long time Red Sox announcer Ken Coleman are perhaps […]
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