Lambert's on Rte. 1 in Westwood makes its feelings on Deflategate clear.
H/t Dana Reichman Gitell.
Patriots supporters have arrived at the league office. Chanting "Free Brady..." pic.twitter.com/KErSZzqDlp
â€” Tiffany Blackmon (@tiffblackmon) May 12, 2015
UPDATE: Barstool's David Portnoy and pals got arrested after handcuffing themselves together in the lobby.
Oh, those wacky Barstool folks, now down in New York for the day. They're all probably way too young to remember the time Dave Maynard led a troop of Minutemen down to New York to protest parking tickets people in Massachusetts started getting even if they had never visited that city.
Brady gets four-game suspension - twice as long as the one initially given Ray Rice.
The Herald posts his Deflategate comments.
Sports Illustrated reports an NFL lawyer concluded "it is more probable than not" that Brady knew his balls were not up to snuff during that game.
Jeff Tamagini watched the sun go down on Fenway Park (not the Sox season) last night.
Anusha Mookherjee sighted him at Fenway tonight.
Of course, you know who the Wall is.
WCVB tells us about Maickel Melamed, who was born with muscular dystrophy, but wasn't going to let that stop him from finishing the Marathon.
UPDATE: Cop found.
Marathon runner Anusha Mookherjee reports that as she passed the Sri Lakshmi Temple in Ashland this morning, she developed some major chills.
Once over the line into Framingham, she knew she had to drop out. A kind Framingham police officer saw her shaking and gave her his jacket.
He turned away after I thanked him. He said "keep it, it's yours now". And then I took the bus back to the finish line.Cried when I got home.
WBUR posts the results of the race, won by Lelisa Desisa, Caroline Rotich, Marcel Hug and Tatyana McFadden.
Dvdoff was in the Copley Plaza this morning as the elite runners got a sendoff before boarding a bus for the Marathon starting line in Hopkinton.
Our own Dvdoff was down in Copley Square this morning, watching workers cleaning the Marathon finish line.
Bryan Joiner cannot stop marveling over the way Betts stole second, looked around, then just kept going to third against the Nationals on Monday:
And so he will, in Cooperstown, many years from now (unless the BBWAA just recognizes the inevitability of Mookie and makes him the first-ever active player enshrined), where we will tug our exhausted families, with our five children named Mookie, to see him speak. "Thatâ€™s who youâ€™re named after!," weâ€™ll say, and the kids will know, because youâ€™ve told them every day. "He stole third one time, and nothing was ever the same," youâ€™ll continue, and they wonâ€™t care, and then youâ€™ll show them the play, and, for a moment, their eyes will light up.
The BAC Library posted a copy of the Fenway map from the 1917 Bromley atlast of Boston.