Chris Price

Christopher Price has covered the Boston sports scene for more then a dozen years, working for ESPN.com, SI.com and Baseball America as well as The Boston Globe, The Washington Post, The Miami Herald and Boston Metro. In that time, he’s established himself as an award-winning sportswriter who has been honored by Northeastern University, the New England Press Association and the North Carolina Press Association. In addition, he’s the author of the just published, “New England Patriots: The Complete Illustrated History” and two other books “Baseball by the Beach” and "The Blueprint: How the New England Patriots Beat the System to Create the Last Great NFL Superpower.”

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    April 14, 2009 - 10:44 am
    Compiled by Drew Scott Monday, Major League Baseball lost a man whose voice had been heard over the airwaves of Philadelphia since 1971. Harry Kalas called six no-hitters and every single one of Mike Schmidt '€™s 548 career home runs. He was inducted into the broadcaster'€™s wing of the...
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    April 09, 2009 - 8:46 am
    Compiled by Drew Scott The Masters kicked off today, with Arnold Palmer hitting a ceremonial drive to start the proceedings. As much drama as their often is at Augusta National, you have to admit some of the advertising spots that ESPN puts together to build the hype are a little ridiculous. Are...
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    March 16, 2009 - 5:26 am
    March Madness is here, and we've got every link you need. Get your brackets ready. Me? Instead of filling out a bracket pool, I'm just going to go ahead and flush $10 down the toilet -- it accomplishes the same thing, and saves me plenty of heartache. The Associated Press has an impressive...
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    March 02, 2009 - 5:00 am
    Hey Bill. How are you doing? Really? Lotta snow, huh? That's great. Hey ... uh, I was just wondering'” any chance I can get my old job back? Yeah, I kinda had a bad week out here. I really can't go into it right now, but there was this thing with my quarterback, then the wide receiver went all .....
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    February 18, 2009 - 4:45 am
    First, Allen Iverson's tats magically disappeared in an issue of Hoop Magazine. Now, SI has decided to do the same to Danica Patrick. Not that we were paying that close attention, or anything. Really. In the wake of yesterday's A-Rod press conference, there were some interesting quotes, but it was...
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    February 12, 2009 - 9:28 am
    WE'VE SLASHED OUR PRICES TO THE BONE! EVERYTHING MUST GO! I love the Chad Pennington jersey for $9.99. Jose Offerman is being sued for his 2007 bat attack. Fluent in Mandarin Chinese with a Taiwanese dialect? Love baseball? Willing to move to Houston? Have I got a job for you! Nothing says...
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    February 12, 2009 - 5:51 am
    A-Rod, just days before his steroid admission. Who has the best Jewish linebackers in the NFL? New England! For those of you still doubting that Favre's retirement is for real this time, check out this story. That would appear to clinch it '€” our long national nightmare has come to an end. Not...
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    February 10, 2009 - 8:05 am
    compiled by Drew Scott Curt Schilling took a passing shot regarding what it means to be a Yankee yesterday when he blogged about A-Rod'€™s admitted PED use: "It doesn'€™t make him any less guilty, any less accountable or any less of a Yankee (subtle Yankee jab) but it'€™s refreshing as hell...
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    February 09, 2009 - 7:55 am
    It's been quite an offseason for Matt Cassel . First, he won a major award. (Well, maybe not a major award, but an award nonetheless.) Second, he got peed on. Third, he was slapped with the franchise tag by the Patriots. As a result, he's become a star that despondent franchises have started to...
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    February 06, 2009 - 5:07 am
    OK, so Felger hasn't read this Joe Torre book . Chances are better he's read this one . Look closely '€” he penned the forward. Michael Phelps has lost an endorsement as a result of his infamous pot photo. Kellogg says they won't renew his endorsement deal when it comes up next month. No worries...
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