The Sox and the Bruins, dragging down the locals

December 17th, 2007 → 11:22 am @ // One Comment

Boston’s four pro sports teams–the Sox (11-3), Pats (11-0), C’s (20-2), and Bruins (18-11-3)–are a combined 60-19-3 since October 1, which is good for a .732 winning percentage. Take the B’s out of the equation and the three first place teams are a combined 42-5, which is good for approximately 9 wins for every 10 games. Back in 1986, I remember thinking that Boston had had a pretty decent year–the Sox and Pats both played for the championship and the Celts won their 2nd title in 3 years. Let’s see how this year ends up…


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One Comment → “The Sox and the Bruins, dragging down the locals”


  1. Mr. Furious

    9 years ago

    I remember a t-shirt I had at the time…

    “NEW ENGLAND
    Home of Champions”

    (logo for each team)
    Celtics, Red Sox, Patriots

    Of course the Sox and Pats were being lauded for AL and AFC Championships, respectively…

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