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Pictured: Chaim Bloom, the Chief Baseball Officer of the Boston Red Sox.

The Rays Way Is Coming to Boston

June 16, 2020

In recent years, the state of affairs of the Boston Red Sox franchise has been a roller coaster. In the 2018 season, the team recorded one of the greatest...

The New England Patriots' 2020-2021 Season Predictions

The New England Patriots’ 2020-2021 Season Predictions

May 29, 2020

The 2019 NFL season was a disappointment for Patriots fans. The reigning Super Bowl champions were knocked out of championship contention through brutal back ...

When to Resume? Professional Sports Struggle With a Date For Restart

When to Resume? Professional Sports Struggle With a Date For Restart

May 28, 2020

As stadiums and arenas around the world sit empty, professional sports teams and leagues are losing billions of dollars, fans have become distraught, and many league employees have lost their jobs. In the United States and abroad, leagues are grappling with the polarizing and painstakingly difficult question of when and how they can reopen.[pullquote speaker="" photo="" align="left" background="off" border="none" shadow="off"]The virus has affected countries in different ways, and so leagues have put together vastly different protocols for returning to play.[/pullquote] Almost all professional sports leagues in Europe and the US suspended play in mid-March as the coronavirus began to sweep across the world. In the US, this meant that the National Basketball Association (NBA) and the National Hockey League (NHL) seasons were suspended right before the playoffs were slated to begin, and the start of the Major League Baseball (MLB) season, which usually begins in late March, had to be pushed back to the summer. The virus has affected countries in different ways, and so leagues have put together vastly different protocols for returning to play.

Pictured: Kara Kohler during the Zoom interview with the Register Forum.

Interview with Olympic Medalist Kara Kohler in Quarantine

May 27, 2020

Kara Kohler is an Olympic bronze medalist in the sport of rowing. She placed 3rd in The Head of the Charles last year, and was the 2019 US Rowing Female ...

Kobe Bryant and his daughter, Gianna, died in a fatal helicopter crash on January 26th.

CRLS Mourns Kobe Bryant’s Death in Helicopter Accident

March 5, 2020

Every so often, the death of a celebrity seems to stop the world. When Michael Jackson died in 2009, people around the globe watched the news in shock...

World Series Facts and Reactions

Eli Chamblee and Jack Keane

December 3, 2019

The 2019 World Series was a unique World Series with many surprises. This year’s matchup included the Houston Astros —who reached baseball’s Fall Classic for the second time in three years— and Washington Nationals, making their first championship appearance in team history. The series included a lot of excitement, lasting seven games with some of the sport’s to...

US Open: Coco Gauff Loses 6-3, 6-0 to Naomi Osaka

Gracie Thompson, Contributing Writer

October 5, 2019

At just 15 years old, Cori “Coco” Gauff took the tennis world by storm when she beat Venus Williams, a 7-time Grand Slam champion, at Wimbledon this year

Harvard's fencing facility is housed in the Malkin Athletic Center.

College Scandal Leaves Athletes Feeling “Betrayed”

May 2, 2019

In March of this year, federal prosecutors pressed charges on 50 people around the nation for bribery concerning college admissions. The report cites numerous Division 1 coaches who were bribed by parents to give one of their recruitment slots to their children. In many of these cases, the applicants involved in the scandals had never played the sport before.

This year marked the Patriots' Super Bowl title since the turn of the millenium.

A Recap of the Superbowl

February 28, 2019

The Patriots took the field Sunday night in front of the eyes of the whole nation. A whole nation rooting against them. They had overcome a fairly disappointing season by their standards with a mediocre 11-5 record which did not resemble the dominant Super Bowl teams from years past. The team was called weak and untalented. Ageless icon and franchise cornerstone Tom Brady looked off, and his game did not look as acute and onpoint as in years prior.

Patriots Week Seven Recap

Max Davis, Sports Editor

October 30, 2018

The Patriots travelled to Soldier Field in Chicago on Sunday for an 1:00 PM matchup against the Chicago Bears. The Bears have been a surprise this NFL season with quarterback (QB) Mitchell Trubisky hitting his stride in his second season. The 3-2 Bears hoped to upset the 4-2 Patriots in front of the Chicago faithful. The Patriots have been red-hot as of late and put up scores of 38, 38, and 43 points in their last three wins.

Patriots Week Six Recap

Max Davis, Sports Editor

October 16, 2018

The Patriots hosted the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday night for their second primetime game in as many weeks. The Chiefs came into Gillette as one of only two teams that were undefeated through week five. Their high-paced offense was lead by quarterback (QB) Patrick Mahomes, wide receiver (WR) Tyreek Hill, and running back (RB) Kareem Hunt. The Andy Reid-directed offense was known for its speed and trick plays. They hoped to catch the Patriots off guard at home and win their sixth consecutive game.

2018-19 NBA Season Preview

Charlie Bonney, Sports Editor

October 16, 2018

This past NBA offseason has produced a huge amount of drama—drama that NBA fans have enjoyed thoroughly—and foreshadows another excellent season. From the move of the league’s biggest star, LeBron James, to a series of dramatic trades, as well as one of the most hyped draft classes in recent years, this offseason promises a memorable regular season.

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