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Boston Marathon Tragedy
Even though he’s a Bay Area guy, the trade that sent Jonny Gomes and Jon Lester to the A’s is bittersweet for the bearded outfielder. Watch his emotional goodbye to the team that gave him a World Series ring and so much more, inside…
The 2014 Boston Marathon started this morning.
UPDATE: The man arrested for dropping a backpack containing a rice cooker near the Boston Marathon finish line is Kevin ‘Kayvon’ Edson, and he was sent to Bridgewater State Hospital and ordered held on $100,000 bail.
Here's the new SI cover taken in Boston pic.twitter.com/ahinTjKZTW
— Grant Wahl (@GrantWahl) April 16, 2014
Here’s your 2014 Sports Illustrated Boston Marathon cover.
The 2014 Boston Marathon is approaching, and one of last year’s survivors of the bombing, Erika Brannock, threw out the first pitch for the Baltimore Orioles last night.
The 118th Boston Marathon is April 21, 2014. In advance of the event, you must watch this inspiring video.
Following the conclusion of the Stanley Cup Finals, in which the Chicago Blackhawks topped the Boston Bruins in six games after a shocking finish in the final game, Blackhawks chairman Rocky Wirtz and CEO John McDonough took out a full-page ad in the Boston Globe to thank the city of Boston for its hospitality. You stay classy, Chicago.
Note from Adrianne Haslet-Davis, a spectator who lost her foot in the Boston Marathon bombings: “I can’t let some (expletive) come along and steal my whole life. Next year … yes, I plan to run the marathon.”