First of all, I apologize for the lack of a post yesterday. 1) I’m sick and 2) because of recurring problems with the core database, an impromptu migration to a new server took place. Hopefully things will be back to normal.
Let’s get on to the top ten of this morning.
Selfish trend top item on Celtics agenda – Steve Bulpett has the Celtics players saying that their problems this season have not been all physical.
Breaking down the impact of the C’s injuries – Jessica Camerato lists out the eye-popping injury tally for the Celtics thus far this season.
Together again? How Joe Johnson could return – Gary Tanguay attempts to write what he was spouting on the air yesterday, about how the Celtics could sign Joe Johnson in the offseason. Of course, they would need to have Paul Pierce opt out of his contract and then re-sign for a team-friendly deal after Johnson (or another free agent) signs. Seems a bit of a stretch.
Thankfully, rumors of Pierce’s demise greatly exaggerated – Michael Muldoon looks at how rumors were flying fast and furious last night that Paul Pierce had suffered a broken foot.
Bruins stumble against the Capitals – Joe Haggerty says that it is hard to believe that things can get worse for the Bruins than what they are right now.
Red Sox’ Hall hits hard drive – John Tomase checks in with new Red Sox utilityman Bill Hall, who hit 35 homers for the Brewers in 2006, to see if he can regain that form here in Boston.
A day in the life of Dustin Pedroia – Rob Bradford has a look at the offseason training of the Red Sox second baseman.
Plenty of candidates for lone spot in Sox pen – Daniel Barbarisi looks at the pitchers battling for the last spot in the Red Sox bullpen.
Red Sox have plenty of infield depth – Mike Fine says that right now, Boston has a case of infield overkill.
Media Day not much to write home about – Mark Farinella isn’t missing the circus known as Super Bowl media day.
Also check out the 2010 Patriots Daily Senior Bowl Review by Greg Doyle.