Gino Cappelletti leaving Patriots’ radio booth
Cappelletti, known as “Mr. Patriot,” is retiring after 32 years as an analyst. Scott Zolak is expected to succeed him.
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Postal stamp revives the Williams-DiMaggio rivalry
A competition for the most pre-orders for the new “All-Stars Forever” stamps pits Ted Williams against one of his biggest rivals, New York Yankee Joe DiMaggio.
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Olympics 2012: Athletes in training
In just over a week, the years, months, days, and minutes athletes have spent training will be put on display. The 10,000 competitors who will be vying for medals in 26 different sports have begun arriving in London.
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Candlepin bowling lovers aim for a comeback
The small-pin style of bowling that is part of New England lore has a loyal band of enthusiasts who are trying to bring it back into the mainstream, including putting it back on TV.
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Just what’s wrong with doping?
Sure, everyone agrees that drugs in sports are a problem. But when it comes to why, things break down.
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Tour de France 2012: Part two
The 2012 Tour de France enters the final week with some tough climbs in the Pyrenees and a decisive individual time-trial remaining before the peloton races laps on the Champs-Elysees in Paris on Sunday.
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Penn State report: The shame of Joe Paterno
The university can and should take down its statue of Paterno, but it will be much harder to get rid of the suffering his cult left behind.
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Few Massachusetts spectators expected at London Olympics
The Olympic torch lands in London in two weeks, but don’t expect many Massachusetts spectators to make the journey.
Penn State should shut down football program
Playing football this fall would be just another demonstration that the vaunted football program is more important to Penn State than protecting children.