Bob Hohler

Hohler is an investigative reporter for the Sports section. His book, “I Touch the Future: The Story of Christa McAuliffe” details the New Hampshire teacher’s life and death aboard the space shuttle. He also has covered the Boston Red Sox.

Latest stories

Sentenced to life, a killer of 6 wants to go free (again)

By , Globe Staff

The last time Richard Steeves went free, in 1984, he killed for the sixth time.

Tom Brady’s roots run deep into 19th-century Boston

By , Globe Staff

Tom Brady had never been to Boston before he was drafted by the Patriots in 2000, but his roots here extend into the 19th century.

Good works and an insider culture, the twin legacies of Yawkey charity

By , Globe Staff

The charity, boosted in 2002 from the proceeds of the sale of the Red Sox and Fenway Park, has come under scrutiny for fostering an insider culture.


Tom Brady’s humble beginnings here had hints of greatness

By , Globe Staff

He was a sixth-round pick who scarfed pizza and barely made the roster, yet there were signs of what was to come.