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This week in sports

Baseball
Former three-time all-star second baseman Bret Boone retired last week. Boone finishes with a .266 batting average and 252 career home runs. He played for 14 seasons wit… Read More...

Baseball says adieu to Puckett

Hall of Famer Kirby Puckett died late last Monday after suffering a stroke the previous day. Puckett was the third overall pick in the 1982 draft by the Minnesota Twins. Two years la… Read More...

Swim teams make a splash at New England Championships

At the beginning of February break, the Brandeis Mens and Womens Swimming Teams competed in the New England Championships. The men competed against 14 other teams, whil… Read More...

This Week in Sports

Baseball
Nomar Garciaparra will not play in the World Baseball Classic, citing that he needed spring training to work on first base.

Bengie Molina signed a one-year deal with … Read More...

NBA Midseason Review: heavy trade winds

Every team has reached 41 games played and the trading deadline is approaching. In the coming weeks, trades that will change the looks of many teams will occur. This past week&… Read More...

This Week In Sports

Baseball
After weeks of negotiations, the Boston Red Sox finally acquired Coco Crisp from the Cleveland Indians. They also received David Riske and Josh Bard in return for An… Read More...

This Week in Sports

The U.S. Treasury Department decided last week to issue a license allowing Cuba to play in the World Baseball Classic. The U.S. had vetoed the previous bid to allow Cuba to play,… Read More...

Swim Notebook

This past Saturday was the final home meet of the year for the Brandeis Mens and Womens Swimming teams. It was also the final home meet for the graduating seniors. The women dominate… Read More...

This week in sports

Baseball
A lawsuit is currently underway over who owns baseball statistics. Major League Baseball says that they own all of the statistics. A company that runs leagues for fantas… Read More...

Swim notebook

This past week brought mixed results for the Brandeis swim teams. On Jan 14, the Men and Womens Swimming teams traveled to MIT to take on MIT and Colby College. MIT and Colby both … Read More...

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