2018 Boston Globe Professional Sports Articles

Dan has written for the Boston Globe since September of 2014. Though he has mostly been working in the Sports Department’s High School desk, Dan has written several articles on professional sports in Boston. You can read his posts from this year below.

Billy McMillon named manager of the Pawtucket Red Sox – December 7

Congratulations pour in for MVP Mookie Betts on social media – November 16

Five things to watch for in BC-Clemson – November 9

Previewing the Mass. Division 1 college basketball teams – November 5

Revolution exercise options on Cristian Penilla and Luis Caicedo – November 2

Revolution ready to wrap up the season Sunday – October 26

Revolution playing for their postseason lives – October 12

AJ Dillon’s status up in the air as BC prepares to play Louisville – October 11

Revolution brace to face the league’s best in Atlanta – October 6

Former NU standout Jean Bain named men’s basketball coach at Brandeis – October 2

Revolution take aim at a vulnerable Toronto team – September 29

Revived Revolution face Fire team that has finally shown spark – September 22

Wellesley’s Michael Thorbjornsen tries to help US defend Junior Ryder Cup – September 21

Revolution hope to carry momentum west with them – September 15

Revolution sign Argentine midfielder Guillermo Hauche – September 13

Revolution face Portland as they look for that elusive victory – September 1

Revolution will try to put it together against Union – August 25

UMass looks to build off its best season yet in FBS – August 23

Staggering Revolution look for a solution – August 19

Revolution have a huge game Saturday night – August 11

Revolution look to end skid against struggling Orlando City – August 4

Revolution acquire English defender Michael Mancienne – August 3

WNBA Players to be featured in “NBA LIVE 19” – July 27

Bode Miller and wife address drowning of 19-month-old daughter – July 27

Red Sox place Andrew Benintendi on bereavement leave – July 13

The Revolution haven’t lost in six games, with Seattle up next – Saturday July 7

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