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    • Mashup: C's Pagliuca new Boston 2024 head - May 22, 2015
      Welcome to Fridays Morning Mashup. For the latest news, start at our WEEI.com home page or click here for the top stories from our news wire. read more
    • Grand Prix of Boston coming next year - May 22, 2015
      Boston will have its first Indy Car race next Labor Day weekend. The news was announced at an event Thursday evening at the Westin Boston Waterfront. City officials including Boston Director of Tourism, Sports and Entertainment Ken Brissette were joined by leaders of Grand Prix of Boston, with local comedian Dave Russo serving as the MC€™s event. read more
    • Bogaerts: Bad offensive luck is just 'weird' - May 22, 2015
      The way things are going for the Red Sox they cant win for losing, even when they try to do the right thing to end their misery with runners on base. read more
    • Bruins ink Finnish F Kemppainen to 1-year deal - May 22, 2015
      The Bruins on Thursday announced the signing of forward Joonas Kemppainen to a one-year, two-way contract. Kemppainen, 27, was second on the Finnish team in scoring at the IIHF World Championships, finishing with three goals and six assists in eight games. read more
    • Hernandez pleads not guilty to shooting friend - May 22, 2015
      Aaron Hernandez returned to court Thursday and pleaded not guilty to a charge that he tried to silence a witness to a 2012 double murder by shooting him in the face. read more
    • Another lefty shuts down Sox in loss to Rangers - May 22, 2015
      If youre left-handed, grab a glove you might be able to shut out the Red Sox. read more
    • Sandoval (knee) out, but 'much improved' - May 21, 2015
      Shane Victorino was in the original lineup posted shortly after 3 p.m. Thursday, but just a few minutes later a revised one was sent out with Victorino scratched and Daniel Nava inserted to make his third straight start in right field. read more
    • Victorino scratched with 'general soreness' - May 21, 2015
      Shane Victorino was in the original lineup posted shortly after 3 p.m. Thursday, but just a few minutes later a revised one was sent out with Victorino scratched and Daniel Nava inserted to make his third straight start in right field. read more
    • Lineup: Sandoval still out, Victorino late scratch - May 21, 2015
      After taking a fastball off the knee Tuesday night and missing Wednesday, Pablo Sandoval is out of the lineup once again Thursday in the series finale against the Rangers. read more
    • Mehta: 'Fair to say' Revis never felt like a Pat - May 21, 2015
      New York Daily News Jets columnist Manish Mehta joined the Dennis & Callahan show Thursday morning to talk about Darrelle Revis comments to him regarding the Patriots and Tom Brady. read more

      

    One viewpoint on NFL’s excessive punishment of Patriots

    One viewpoint on NFL’s excessive punishment of Patriots more

    Rotation a bright spot during rough patch

    While the still-sleepy Red Sox offense left Clay Buchholz with his fifth loss, the right-hander worked 7 1/3 crisp innings and allowed three runs (two earned) on five hits en route to his team-leading sixth quality start. He fanned four batters and walked two. more

    Sputtering offense falls victim to hard-luck play

    As Red Sox hitters try to find that elusive groove, bad luck becomes more of an annoyance than usual. Take, for example, a sequence in the bottom of the fifth inning. Xander Bogaerts drew a walk and thought he had the perfect pitch to steal on. Daniel Nava wound up swinging, and belted a single to right, which hit Bogaerts for an out. more

    Offense continues to struggle behind Buchholz

    Wandy Rodriguez kept the Red Sox in their offensive funk while leading the Rangers to an 3-1 victory in the rubber match of a three-game series. more

    Sandoval likely to return for series vs. Angels

    Shane Victorino was a scratch Thursday due to general soreness centralized to the left calf, but the good news for the Red Sox is that third baseman Pablo Sandoval, who was belted on the left knee by a pitch Tuesday, should return to the lineup for the opener against the Angels on Friday night. more

    Bruins Sign Joonas Kemppainen to a One-year, Two-way Contract

    Boston, MA – Boston Bruins General Manager Don Sweeney announced today, May 21, that the club has signed forward Joonas Kemppainen to a one-year, two-way contract worth a cap figure of $700,000 at the NHL level.

    The 27-year-old played 59 games … more

    Hernandez, with ‘Lifetime’ tat, pleads not guilty

    Hernandez, with ‘Lifetime’ tat, pleads not guilty more

    Where do Patriots’ uniforms rank in NFL?

    Where do Patriots’ uniforms rank in NFL? more

    Details on Brandon Spikes contract with Patriots

    Details on Brandon Spikes contract with Patriots more

    About those media leaks? Roger Goodell sidesteps issue

    About those media leaks? Roger Goodell sidesteps issue more

    Bats unable to deliver in clutch situations

    At several points during Wednesday’s 2-1 loss to the Rangers at Fenway Park, the Red Sox stood one hit away from reversing their offensive fortunes. Each turn, however, featured another thwarted attempt by the underachieving Boston lineup to produce runs. more

    Sox’s offense remains stuck in neutral

    Pitching and defense ruled the day for both clubs on Wednesday night, but the Rangers got just enough out of spot starter Phil Klein and their bullpen to edge out a 2-1 victory over the Red Sox at Fenway Park. more

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