Category Archives: Boston Pro Sports

So who shall we blame for TB 12 ending up in Tampa?

When the 1998 NBA Finals wrapped up with the Chicago Bulls winning their sixth championship in eight years before their inevitable breakup, NBC commentator Bob Costas said that loyalty in pro sports would be gone with the end of the Jordan-Pippen-Jackson partnership. Fast-forward 22 years, and that same loyalty in arguably the best modern-day dynasty […]

Celtics. Snowfall totals. Snickers. Which do Steve McKay find satisfying?

Fill-in the blank: This winter season has been ______________. My word? Unsatisfying. Your word may be different than mine, depending on your opinion of winter. To me, winter in Maine is all about snow. Ample snowfall for skiers, snowmobilers, snow-shoe types and the like. Yet so far, our winter of 2019-2020 has been quite wimpy […]

Local baseball fans and the media need to get their acts together

Spring training is finally upon us! The long drought from Super Bowl to pitchers and catchers reporting is finally over. Now, if we could just get the media to talk about actual spring training and not some petty “scandal” from two years ago. So the Astros and probably the Red Sox “cheated” by stealing signs. […]

Come Schill or high water, next year Curt is getting into the Hall of Fame

Curt Schilling, friend of the Sports Chowdah, came up roughly 5% shy of induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame this year. Derek Jeter and Larry Walker were the only members of this year’s class. Jeter was a no-brainer (no qualm with him not being unanimous), Larry Walker is a nice player, numbers are better […]