Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Two For Tuesday Links

Baltimore Orioles Brian Roberts is tagged out by Boston Red Sox catcher Jason Varitek as he attempted to score on a single by Orioles Luke Scott during the third inning of their MLB American League baseball game at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts September 20, 2010.  REUTERS/Adam Hunger (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT BASEBALL)


FOOTBALL:
Get all your Patriots latest news and notes, including more on the injuries to Kevin Faulk, Bill Belichick speaking out about the hit on Welker, more Tom Brady reaction and much more Patriots Insider Ian Rapoport.

Patriots ready to move on from loss and get ready for there match-up with the Buffalo Bills.

Tom E. Curran gives you his concerns about the Patriots and how these things could linger in the future.

Michael Felger gives you some very disturbing stats about the Patriots vs. the Jets, and more disturbing things about the Patriots in the 2nd half of games.

Ryan Fitzpatrick gets the start for Buffalo against the Patriots this Sunday.

Brandon Meriweather knows he needs to step up his game.

BASEBALL:
If anyone still is paying attention, the Red Sox are beginning to put a scare into me, Shoe, and the entire Big Jab listening community. Dice K well is Dice K, and the Red Sox fall to 8-8 vs. the O's in a 4-2 loss at Fenway.

BASKETBALL:
A. Sherrod Blakeley gives you his position by position battles in his first edition of his training camp preview.

HOCKEY:
Get all your latest Bruins training camp news, including all your practice reports, scrimmage news, injuries and more with Joe Haggerty.

The first look of the Bergeron-Seguin-Recchi threesome.

Maineiacs J.F Houle stressing work ethnic; comings and goings.

All your stuff on the Maineiacs stuff with the Pine Tree Pucks and the Lewiston Sun Journal

LOCAL:
For the best high school sports coverage in the state straight from the source, check out Michael Hoffer at The Forecaster, the new Sun Journal Varsity, the Bangor Daily News and MBR.Org.

As you read on the CMSB: UMaine Women's Basketball coach Cindy Blodgett agrees to contract extension.

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