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Poor Journalism right here: http://espn.go.com/video/clip?id=74200651. The Nats do not "desperately" need a big bat in the middle of the lineup. They have Zim, Morse and possibly Harper.2. Morse did not finish the season at first. Marrero did.3. There have been no plans or discussions of moving Zimmerman to first base. That is completely theoretical.
What do you expect? Baseball and college football aren't in season and hockey is on a competitor's network
The NHL is undercovered, but I don't give a crap about hockey, so it's fine with me.
Why? The Bruins are pretty popular right now... or is that a dig at the team? I wouldn't get it if it were, because I don't follow hockey
who cares about hockey
I kind of thought it was a compliment. The Pats, Celtics, and Sox have been pretty successful over the past 10 years or so. It's easy to see where the Bruins would get lost in the mix, even though they seem to have pretty good support.
It makes no sense from that standpoint. The Bruins are the last one to win a championship.
Yeah, but I think they are always way behind the big three in terms of popularity in Boston.
Yeah I'd say that's true, especially in terms of mainstream knowledge. At the moment though, they're definitely catching up, and there is a fairly significant population of non-diehard Bruin fans who like the Bruins more than the Sox or Celtics (neither of which is doing particularly well).
boston is a great hockey town. tons of college hockey interest up there too.
There are a good base of Bruins fans but they have their bandwagoners like any other city in the U.S.College hockey in New England is unparalleled compared to anywhere in the country.
Really? Even the upper midwest?
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