Tuesday night, Mookie Betts became the 27th player in the long history of the Red Sox to notch three home runs in a single game.
Onaje Woodbine grew up poor, honing his basketball talents on the hard courts of Roxbury and ended up playing for Yale. But then he quit because he wanted more.
A few months ago, the NBA postseason looked like a foregone conclusion. Now, that narrative is getting more complicated.
The Red Sox may have lost 8-4 Tuesday night, but the season’s numbers tell the whole story: the Sox lead the American League in runs scored, team batting average and runs batted in.
After some stumbles in the early stretches of the season, the Red Sox are on a roll.
We take a look at the athletes who are endorsing political figures, including Indiana legend, coach Bobby Knight.
There was news this week that Boston Mayor Marty Walsh has been drawn into the federal investigation of allegations of strong-arm tactics used by union leaders against developers and other businesses in the region.
We discuss the federal ruling that Patriots quarterback Tom Brady must serve a four-game “deflategate” suspension imposed by the NFL. What does this decision mean for the Patriots? Is this the end of the “deflategate” scandal?
We’ll discuss the Celtics’ slow start to the NBA playoffs and the Bruins’ surprising announcement that head coach Claude Julien will remain with the team.
Bobbi Gibb went with her father to watch the Boston Marathon in 1964. She was hooked, and determined to run.
Host Meghna Chakrabarti introduces us to newsmakers, big thinkers and artists and brings us stories of relevance to Bostonians here and around the region. Live every weekday at 3 p.m. and 10 p.m.
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