Wednesday, June 02, 2010

Kiss Your Baby Day Links

A Shot high above the Garden... Will another banner be raised soon? 
Photo provided by Eric Leeks.

Red Sox:
Lackey was Lacking again, but V Mart and the bullpen picked him up in a 9-4 win over the A's at Fenway.

Who would have ever though this in April; David Ortiz seeking return trip to the All Star Game.

Mike Cameron sidelined with abdominal soreness.

Sox Prospect and former Portland Sea Dog Ryan Kalish promoted to Triple A Pawtucket.

Patriots:
Tom E. Curran of the Comcast Sports Net breaks down Randy Moss's recent decision to go without an agent and how this could affect his career going forward.

Michael Felger shows that Randy Moss in a contract year may not be the best thing for the Patriots.

Just how bad the Patriots tackling was last season?


The Boston Globe's Albert Breer gives us stats on how head coaches have been successful in being coordinators, and how it can affect the Patriots if Bill Belichick uses the same techique.


Celtics:
Weei and Boston Herald's Gerry Callahan explains why the Celtics are not the underdogs vs. the Kobe and the Lakers.

Phil Jackson adds another chapter to the "Leon Powe" saga.. Comes out with comments about Kevin Garnett and how he is too physical... Maybe Pau Gasol and Andrew Bynum should take a page out of his book Phil.

News and Notes from Los Angeles.

Bruins
Bruins sign Yuri Alexandrov to two year entry level draft deal...

Maine Ties:
Former Brunswick High School sensation Mark Rogers is working his way back  from elbow surgery, promoted to Triple A Nashville.

U Maine Black Bear baseball players Joe Mercurio and Taylor Lewis earn All-New England Honors.

Sea Dogs:
Read about the Sea Dogs loss to the Trenton Thunder, more on the promotion of Ryan Kalish, A brand new Sea Dog, and much much more in the Hadlock Headlines.

High School:
Get all your High School Scores and Highlights at Mbr.org

Women arrested in hit and run case of former Lincoln Academy wrestling standout Loren St. Cyr.

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