Rick Nash’s ability to provide highlight-reel moments could soon make him the toast of New York.
Last night the Red Sox remembered they were the Red Sox, that despite the two titles last decade, they still have the spirit of their ancestors, an ancient mandate, a different kind of gag order.
Ex-Mets starter Frank Viola is returning to professional baseball, agreeing to become the pitching coach for the Mets’ Class A Brooklyn Cyclones. The Mets also said Monday that Rich Donnelly will take over as manager.
Mike Hurley of NESN.com joined WFAN’s Neil Keefe to talk about the direction of the Yankees-Red Sox rivalry following one of the most depressing days for Yankees fans in a while.
In his first public comments in the media since being indicted on federal charges, former Red Sox pitcher Roger Clemens told radio station WEEI in Boston that he is looking forward to having his say in court.