I’m just sitting down and wondering if Rafael Devers is the Red Sox MVP.
Our T-Birds had Greg McKegg. Now they have Hugh McGing.
Hard to believe the Patriots with a 1-3 record.
The Celtics are expecting a big season from Jaylen Brown.
News: UMass hockey falls 2-0, 6-3 at home to Minnesota State. Yes, there is work to be done.
Farewell to Frank Sousa, a great guy and amazing outdoor writer.
Who is number 1? Jeremy Swayman, as Bruins goaltender.
Without playing, the Revs clinched the seed in MLS East.
Manny Pacquiao retires as the only eight-division boxing champion.
Poor Ye Olde Handicapper – another near miss.
What? Did the Giants and Jets both win?
Hats off to Bubba Wallace, finally winner of the NASCAR Cup Series.
BC 4, AIC 1. A good performance by the Jackets in this hockey show.
Suddenly the Buffalo Bills look awfully good.
Week number: 31 (Winning streak at home for Clemson after passing BC, 19-13).
You get older if you see the Bishop brothers gaining ground for the West Side teams.
On the LPGA circuit, a final 63 did it for Céline Boutier.
What’s going on in Indian Wells? Masters tennis.
Tim Murphy (Springfield College ’78) gives Harvard a 3-0 start.
Staggering stats: The Dodgers have the most non-hitting goals (26) and the most throwing against them (20).
The best team to miss the playoffs? Toronto Blue Jays.
Who is Mike Piazza? This one is a QB soph at Amherst College.
Yes, GM Bill Guerin has retooled his Minnesota Wild.
Cookie the Shih Tzu loves to snuggle up to soft music.
News: UMass football (0-5) welcomes UConn (0-6) on Saturday. Not like those good ol ‘Yankees conference days.
Grandpa remembers when first place was all that mattered in baseball.
Hats off to Ludlow and Monson, who will soon induct the Athletics Hall of Fame classes.
Add Hendon Hooker (Tennessee QB) to my list of favorite sports names.
Egad – 45 years since Paul McCartney and Wings made “Silly Love Songs”.
Honk if you remember the Valley Arena.
Flag football, are you interested?
Still the best in baseball radio – Joe Castiglione.
Where have you been, Mike Lansing?
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