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The Rundown

Finish Strong

Jack Linnehan

Yesterday’s Marathon was full of wet, windy weather, a spectator’s nightmare and (depending on who you are) an obstacle for runners. Some, like Desi Linden and Yuki Kawauchi, thrived in the poor conditions en route to a victory. From my vantage point in Cleveland Circle, some runners were really fighting against the weather. But still, others expressed joy and exuberance as they ran by.

The weather was...

Patriot’s Day

Jack Linnehan

It’s the greatest day of the year if you’re from the Boston area: Patriot’s Day. No, this isn’t a celebration of the football team (that’s basically every day anyways). Patriot’s Day commemorates the beginning of the Revolutionary War and the Battle of Lexington and Concord (my neck of the woods).

It’s also Marathon Monday, as the Boston Marathon is run every Patriot’s Day and has been since its incept...

April 15, 2018

Where Dez He Go?

Jack Linnehan


A month after the NFL offseason exploded with action, the Dallas Cowboys made shocking headlines by releasing star wide receiver Dez Bryant after eight seasons with the team. Despite a few down years marred by injury, Bryant has still been a respectable WR1 and a reliable target for Dak Prescott. But with a pricey contract, the Cowboys decided to cut ties.

So where to now? Players across the leagu...

Thunder Snow

Spencer Legred

You don’t see it everyday, but today a severe thunderstorm warning was issued in the middle of a blizzard warning in Western Minnesota. While I do like to consider myself a “Junior Weatherperson™.” I will readily admit, I have no idea the convergence of weather patterns that need to occur for this to happen. What I will say, is that today is Friday the 13th.

Now I am no Friday the 13th apologist, I jus...

All This Bad Blood

Jack Linnehan

Alright guys, I’m gonna just say it. This is a pretty crazy take but hear me out: the Red Sox and Yankees don’t like each other. Oh we all knew that? Ok, well how about this: the rivalry being back is great for baseball. Oh, so that’s just a unanimously agreed-upon idea. Huh.

Yes folks, we’re all on the same page. The greatest rivalry in sports has been rejuvenated and it’s the best thing to happe...

The Death of TV Sports Has Been Greatly Exaggerated

Spencer Legred

Recently an article came out that showed that the NBA had made gains among males in the demo (18-49) and among viewers overall. Why is this important? Because in recent years, sports ratings have been declining (mildly) as of late across nearly all channels and sports.

However, TV ratings in general have been declining as people have been cutting the cord and tran...

The Impossible Choice

Jack Linnehan

How can you choose? How do you possibly pick between Dwayne Casey and Brad Stevens for Coach of the Year? It feels like an impossible choice. The top two teams in the Eastern Conference have been tremendously aided by the efforts of their head coaches.

The Raptors clinched the #1 seed and sit at 59-22 heading into tomorrow’s final game of the season. Once you get past the two-headed monster of...

Say Hey, Shohei

Jack Linnehan

This isn’t jumping the gun, it’s not too early to start singing praises. Shohei Ohtani is special. Not just because he’s attempting something that hasn’t been done in about a century. No no, he’s so special because it’s working.

2-0, 2.08 ERA, and 18 strikeouts is a damn good stat line for a rookie starting pitcher. A .389 batting average with three home runs and seven RBI is a damn good stat line fo...

America’s Pastime

Spencer Legred

The Twins game was postponed today because of snow/cold and this begs the question of would an indoor stadium be worth it?

The answer is today and always will be, no. 

When Target Field opened, it quickly became revered as one of the best *modern* ballparks in the country. And in a stunning development, it’s stayed that way. That’s due to the investments the Twins have made into the ballpark and th...

Spencer and Jack talk through a Saturday of "fun"

A Tradition Unlike Any Other.

Spencer Legred

I love the Masters, oh so very much. The weird thing is that I really don't go for golf on TV all that much any other time of year. But for the FIRST major of the year. For the first peak of Spring when there are still inches of snow on the ground and inches in the forecast, it's just the perfect escape. 

The stunning visuals, the peacef...

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