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Boston sports became decidedly less Handsome earlier this week. More
Bat flips and torn pecs. More
Why so serious? More
The Chicago Cubs won their first World Series in 108 years. Naturally, Eric Wilbur and I had some thoughts to share. We also discussed the Red Sox connection to this year’s Fall Classic. More
Even if you’re not the biggest baseball fan, you can’t deny the excitement of Game Seven of the World Series. Chad Finn and I talked about tonight’s do-or-die between the Cubs and Indians, and a bit about the Red Sox and Celtics, too. More
Chad Finn and I are bucking the popular trend and rooting against the Cubs in the World Series. We explain why, talk a bit of Patriots, and get all excited for the upcoming Celtics season. More
Was bringing Matt Harvey back out in the 9th the Mets version of Grady Little leaving Pedro in during the 2003 ALCS? Chad Finn from Boston.com shares his thoughts and looks ahead at what will likely be a busy Hot Stove season for the Red Sox. More
For those who didn’t watch Game 5 of the World Series last night, singer Aaron Lewis, frontman of Springfield, MA band Staind, messed up the lyrics to our national anthem, singing “what so proudly we hailed, were so gallantly streaming” instead of “at the twilight’s last gleaming.” Naturally, journalists had a field day.
Welcome to The Bandwagoner, a weekly series in which we give a primer on recent sports stories for those unfamiliar with sports, or anything outside of Boston. Our goal is to make sure that you’re not studying your iPhone as much when that one person in your group says those fatal words, “So did you guys see that game?”
This week, we’re previewing the World Series.