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By adamg - 1/6/22 - 2:17 pm

After two years of cancellations, organizers of the James Joyce Ramble said the 10K race on April 24 is now accepting registration - but runners will have to offer proof they've gotten all their Covid-19 shots by then. Read more.

By adamg - 12/26/21 - 11:12 pm

The Crimson won't be playing in Kansas on Wednesay because of what the team calls "COVID-19 concerns and safety protocols within the Harvard men's basketball program."

By adamg - 12/26/21 - 12:58 pm

WBZ reports BC, which was scheduled to play East Carolina in the Military Bowl in Annapolis tomorrow has pulled out because it's lost 40 players to a combination of injuries, opt-outs and, yes, of course, Covid-19.

By adamg - 12/26/21 - 12:53 pm

Yes, there was going to be a bowl game at Fenway Park this year. One of the teams even got into the spirit by almost storrowing its equipment truck in Connecticut. But the other team just announced it's pulled out of the Wasabi Fenway Bowl because too many players have been diagnosed with Covid-19.

By adamg - 12/18/21 - 5:48 pm

WBZ reports on the NHL action - and the two newest Covid-19 cases.

By adamg - 12/3/21 - 11:43 am

A physical-therapy center that has used the name Boston Sports Medicine since 2001 is suing former Red Sox, Patriots and Bruins team doctor Thomas Gill, who set up a center called Boston Sports Medicine and Research Institute that also offers physical therapy after he lost the last of his pro-sports contracts in 2014. Read more.

By adamg - 12/1/21 - 11:58 pm

The Red Sox traded Hunter Renfroe to Milwaukee to get JBJ back. The Sox also got a pair of minor leaguers. The news comes just as Major League Baseball announced it was locking out players.

By adamg - 11/23/21 - 12:12 pm

Don't invite Matthew Judon to dinner Thursday if you're planning on serving mac and cheese as a side.

By adamg - 11/22/21 - 9:59 am

The Huntington News reports on the smaller set of races, which, unlike the bigger, better known regatta, draws competitors just from the Boston area (and Rhode Island).

By adamg - 11/15/21 - 12:06 pm

Lugo uses hidden ball trick on Callaspo

Héctor Gómez reports that Julio Lugo, who played shortstop for the world-champion 2007 Sox team, has died of a heart attack. His 46th birthday was tomorrow.

By adamg - 10/31/21 - 11:07 am

Jerry Remy Air Guitar

WCVB reports Remy died after his seventh cancer diagnosis.

By adamg - 10/21/21 - 12:43 pm

WBZ reports China didn't like it when Enes Kanter called Xi Jinping a "brutal dictator." Read more.

By adamg - 10/12/21 - 1:02 pm
DeMarco statue with memorial wreath

DeMarco statue with memorial wreath today. Photo by Audrey.

The Ring reports the death on Monday of Tony DeMarco, "the wild-swinging Boston brawler who won the world welterweight championship in 1955" - at the Garden, no less. Read more.

By adamg - 10/11/21 - 10:41 pm
Boston Marathon

Photography Natalia watched the first Boston Marathon since Patriots Day, 2019.

Also on hand, in Brookline, a giant chicken: Read more.

By adamg - 10/11/21 - 10:38 pm

Onto the ALCS, with another walk-off win. "Can you believe it?" is getting routine for Joe Castiglione.

By adamg - 10/10/21 - 9:28 pm

On WEEI, Joe Castiglione uttered his catch phrase at the end of the top of the 13th inning after the Sox caught a break with a ground-rule-double call, and then just a few minutes later after Vazquez hit a walk-off homer to win it in the bottom of the 13th.

By adamg - 10/8/21 - 10:51 am

WGBH reports the Pioneers Run Club, will hold a marathon of its own tomorrow - starting and finishing at Malcolm X Park in Roxbury along a route that stays completely in Boston.

By adamg - 10/8/21 - 10:29 am

An Energy Department helicopter is flying along the route of the Monday Marathon today. As they do every year a few days before the Boston Marathon route, the crew is recording background radiation levels so they have a baseline to compare to should the worst happen.

Here it is in action: Read more.

By adamg - 10/7/21 - 12:25 pm

Ronald Glen "Big Baby" Davis, who played on the last Celtics championship team, in 2008, was among 18 former NBA players indicted on charges they defrauded the league's health benefits plan, which covers both current players and retirees like him. Read more.

By adamg - 10/6/21 - 12:03 pm

Mass Hockey, which oversees youth-hockey programs in the state, reports refs are quitting rather than putting up with nonsense from parents who seem to have forgotten we're talking about their children here, not NHL players: Read more.

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