You may have heard that we are bringing Roger Clemens to Bangor Saturday. :) Tim Throckmorton and I will be hosting the event. I’m not going to bluff you; I’m pretty darn fired up to spend ninety minutes on stage with the Rocket. He is one of the greatest pitchers in the more than 100 year history of Major League Baseball. He’s very entertaining and often candid on stage and he will talk about almost any topic. Almost. Let’s get it out there right now. He’s not flying from Ho
It’s been another great season for the University of Maine women’s basketball team. The Black Bears are 22-7 on the season and 15-1 in America East play after a 67-60 victory over Binghamton on Saturday afternoon. With the win, Maine captured its second straight America East regular-season title. On the resume for the Black Bears this season is an 85-73 win over North Carolina and a 63-66 loss to #20 Duke. Maine enters the America East Tournament on an 11-game winning streak.
The "Unamed Source" is famous in media circles these days. This one in particular works in local sports media, but for any number of reasons, wants to stay anonymous. Patriots Free Agency Series: Part I The new NFL league year starts at 4pm on March 13th, but teams can start negotiating on March 11th (aka when deals will start to be announced like “Malcolm Butler intends to sign with the Tennessee Titans.) They can’t sign the new deal until the old deal has expired which it t
High school sports versus pro sports. Which do you like better? Or is it equal but for very different reasons? No doubt there is value in rooting for the pro sports teams. You can yell at and criticize them and not feel too badly because they are not children and they are getting paid. Investing in a franchise as a child and following them through your life is rewarding as well when they achieve success. No doubt. But if given the choice of only one, I will take high school s