Saturday, July 4, 2015

SuiteSports Salutes America


America is the best damn country in the world!

We all know this to be true. I mean, few of us have lived anywhere else to compare, yet we couldn't be surer about the fact that the USA is number one.

So on this great day of Independence, Freedom, Fireworks, Hot Dogs, Beer and noble speeches, we at SuiteSports would like to salute America, the greatest country (we've ever lived in) on Earth!

Friday, July 3, 2015

Japan vs America in Things Other than Soccer


By Joe Parello (@HerewegoJoe)

It's always great to be an American, but it just feels better this time of year, doesn't it? With our Independence Day coming up tomorrow, and our badass women's soccer team going for a World Cup title Sunday, I thought I'd bring back my (somewhat) popular look at how our great nation stacks up against its next soccer opponent off the pitch.

If you'd like to see some of my old ones from last year's men's World Cup, you can check out America's battles against both Germany and Belgium below, along with some other random thoughts on American soccer in general.

Germany vs America in Things Other Than Soccer
Belgium vs America in Things Other Than Soccer
Dealing With Ties and Other Dilemmas of a Wannabe US Soccer Fan
Will Soccer Stick in America THIS Time?

Now, let's move onto the US vs Japan.

Thursday, July 2, 2015

Bob Lobel: The Dark Matter of Boston Sports


By Bob Lobel (@boblobel)

One of the great mysteries of the universe is the dark matter that seems to hold all things together. 

Here on this part of the planet we are very unaccustomed to dark matter, which is now surrounding our boys in Boston uniforms. I mean really. It's crazy how the Bruins and Celtics seem to have mirrored each other in their front office building plan. Seems like their theory has been taken from the Red Sox handbook.

Chapter one: Throw money at the problem. 

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

2015 Central Mass Lax Recruiting Database


By Joe Parello (@HerewegoJoe)

The 2015 lacrosse season is now in the books here in Central Mass. We've already looked back at our Top-10 teams, and named All-Stars and Award Winners, so the only thing left to do is list where all the top players are headed to play in college.

Please note that this list is (probably) incomplete. I have reached out to players and coaches to find out where as many players are going as possible. However, if I am missing you, or a player you know, simply shoot me an email at jparello86@gmail.com, or Tweet me @HerewegoJoe and I will get them added.

Monday, June 29, 2015

Weekly Red Sox Hitter Notes: June 29th

David Ortiz has been inconsistent lately, but belted a pair of home runs last week.
By Adam Lowenstein (@StatsAdam)

After registering just one extra-base hit in their loss on Saturday, the Red Sox bounced back to slug three home runs as a part of a 5-3 win in the rubber game against the Tampa Bay Rays. With Boston's victory on Sunday, they have alternated wins and losses every game since June 19th. From Thursday to Sunday, the Red Sox batted their best three wins above replacement players as the top three in their lineup: Mookie Betts, Brock Holt and Xander Bogaerts.