Podcasts: Beantown Banter Ep. 6 – “The Boston Red Sox are World Series Champions”

The Boston Red Sox have won the World Series and we’re hear to review it all. We look back and remember a thrilling postseason and preview the Red Sox state of affairs in free agency, then we preview the Patriots and Bills MNF matchup, and then we look at what has been a slow two weeks for the Bruins and the Celtics.

0:00 Red Sox are world champions once again

27:50 Previewing the Patriots vs Bills

36:01 Celtics finding their stride?

42:30 What’s going on with the Bruins?

48:39 Final thoughts, national news, our fantasy football problems

Author: Patrick Donnelly

Patrick is a sophomore studying journalism at Boston University’s College of Communication. Patrick is both the Men’s and Women’s Ice Hockey editor for WTBU Sports, writing, broadcasting, and overseeing articles about each team. He aims to cover the NHL and the Boston Bruins for a living and to become a hockey insider. From Lynn, Massachusetts, Patrick is a graduate of Malden Catholic High School (’18) and is a huge Boston sports fan, avid golfer, and hockey fanatic. His favorite teams and athletes include, the Bruins, the New England Patriots, Tiger Woods, and Miro Heiskanen. Co-host of the podcast, The Duck Boat Report, at WTBU Sports, writer for the Boston Hockey Blog, and writer for Black ‘N Gold Hockey. He writes columns on the PGA, Bruins, and NHL for WTBU Sports. Patrick is also a Francis Ouimet Scholar. Find his author page at WTBU Sports, follow him on Twitter @PatDonn12, and check out his portfolio (patrickdonnellyportfolio.wordpress.com).

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