At the far turn of another baseball season â€“ the giddy first quarter mark â€“ at least 24 teams remain in contention. You can already say â€˜Goodbyeâ€™ to Baltimore and probably Oakland in the American League, Washington, Colorado, Pittsburgh and... Read more
The Boston Bulldogs played two of their most exciting games of their inaugural season last weekend. On Friday, the citywide lacrosse team traveled northwest on Route 30 and faced off for the first time against the well-coached, veteran Wildcats of... Read more
The choice is between anger, which is needless, and that imprecise if fetchingly civil deference to the promise of â€˜next yearâ€™, which has become, at this point, rather a bore.
After all it will have been 38 years and counting when the next... Read more
The Boston Neighborhood Basketball League is teaching more than just jump-shots and boxing out at the Mildred Ave. Community Center.
There is no more charming clichÃ© in baseball â€“ all of sport, for that matter â€“ than the mossy tale of the engaging rube who comes out of nowhere to amaze us with his raw and unspoiled skills like some sort of young, undamaged, and real-life Roy... Read more
Footnotes! Dribs and drabs. Or â€˜disa and data,â€™ as Bud Gillooly used to call the stuff. In other words, here are some more odds and ends looking for a place to land.
â€¦Three and a half years after he graced the waiver wire â€” when any team... Read more
Officials from the Dorchester Eagles youth football and cheerleading program made it official yesterday: They have pulled out of the national Pop Warner organization and joined a new youth sports league. The break comes on the heels of a bitter dispute... Read more
Here are three things to ponder while waiting for the Stanley Cup playoffs to awaken from sabbatical and the Celtics to prove they are not a one-man team.
1. The Draft.
Thereâ€™s no accounting for taste, especially where it concerns... Read more