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Minor-league hockey teams to don Garfield, Odie sweaters

"Garfield" creator Jim Davis was born in Indiana and, despite his wealth and fame, still lives in the Hoosier State. And Indianans are mighty proud of that.How proud? Well, he gets a hell of a shout-out in this video, and thanks the producers with a cameo.And now, an ice hockey team in the state most famous for basketball is paying homage in a way that could even wake Garfield from...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

PHOTO: Jane Richard echoes brother Martin's message in support for France

A spate of deadly terrorist attacks in Paris on Friday left the entire world reeling, and the international community has responded with a wave of support for France. That international community includes young Jane Richard of Boston. Jane knows way too much about terrorism and tragedy. Her brother, Martin Richard, was killed in the Boston Marathon bombings in 2013, and Jane lost...
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November 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Dissecting Dombrowski's Comments

Photo by Jim Davis/Boston GlobeRyan MacLeod (RyanMacLeod15)Contributing WriterJust yesterday Dave Dombrowski, the President of Baseball Operations for the Red Sox held a press conference and had some pretty important things to say. But you may not have seen the press conference or even heard about it. This may be to the credit of Dombrowski for scheduling a press conference the day...
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October 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Mayor Walsh on the attack against smokeless tobacco

Who is This flashing a Pouch on the field?(JIM DAVIS/GLOBE STAFF/FILE)Eric D. Schabell Contributing Writer Mayor Martin J. Walsh of Boston is not one to be taken lightly when it comes to aggressive campaigns.Remember when he was looking into towing players cars in a fight over parking rights behind Fenway Park?Well Mayor Walsh has a new cause that is one Major League Baseball's players...
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August 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Has Carl Willis been better than Juan Nieves?

Jorge CamargoContributing WriterWade Miley and Carl Willis. Photo by Jim Davis/The Boston GlobeThe pitching rotation of this season has been subject of criticism and dissapointment since Clay Buchholz was on the mound on the third game of the first series against the Yankees. Even though we all know that this rotation has underperfomed because of their pitchers, 41 days ago, Juan...
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June 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Let the flow be gone, Bruins participate in 8th annual Cuts for a Cause

Loui and Max pre buzzcutPhoto Credits- Jim Davis/ Globe StaffAssistant captain Patrice Bergeron, and the Boston Bruins headed down to Boston Park Plaza Tuesday for the 8th annual 'Cuts for a Cause' charity event that supports Pediatric Cancer Care with proceeds going to the Boston Bruins foundation and Floating Hospital for Children at Tufts Medical Center. It is an auction event...
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March 25, 2015  |  Discuss

300-Pound JUCO Offensive Lineman Kiola Mahoni Has Committed To Louisville

Bobby Petrino and his staff picked up their second commitment of the day late Monday evening. Kiola Mahoni, a 6-foot-3, 300-pound offensive lineman from San Mate Junior College informed the staff of his commitment late last night. Steve Jones of the Courier-Journal was the first to report the news. Mahoni is Louisville’s 25th commitment in 2015. The Cards lost a lot to graduation...
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February 03, 2015  |  Discuss

The 10 million dollar (broken) man

FILE/JIM DAVIS/GLOBE STAFFEric D. Schabell Contributing Writer Last night he went over 50 at-bats, half of the 100 at-bats considered valid to review a hitters performance.Needing 100 at-bats for a valid sample size to evaluate statistically, it will be another 15 games or so before we can do final evaluations, yet it is interesting to trace the current results.Time now to review...
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June 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Patriots practice report: Josh Boyce out for Sunday's game

JIM DAVIS/GLOBE STAFF FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – In a must-win game, the New England Patriots need all of their offensive weapons at their disposal if they want to secure a victory. However, it appears that today it was determined that they will be one weapon short.  The team has ruled rookie receiver Josh Boyce out for Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens as a result of an ankle...
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December 20, 2013  |  Discuss

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