Columnist

Dan Shaughnessy

Dan Shaughnessy joined the Boston Globe in 1981 and has been a sports columnist since 1989. In July of 2016 he received the J. G. Taylor Spink Award for meritorious contributions to baseball writing in a ceremony at the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown. Shaughnessy has been named Massachusetts Sportswriter of the Year eleven times and eleven times has been voted one of America’s top ten sports columnists by the Associated Press Sports Editors. Shaughnessy has written twelve books, including The Curse of the Bambino, Francona, and Senior Year.

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Gerald Green to the rescue? Who would have thought?

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The swingman made coach Brad Stevens look like a genius once again by helping turn the tide of the Celtics-Bulls series.

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The Garden won’t go dark for the Celtics or Bruins

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Boston sports fans endured a rough bunch of days in the hours leading up to Friday’s wins.

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Determined Celtics restored their dignity and got back into the series

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There were some surprises in Game 3 (Gerald Green a starter), but the Celtics simply outplayed the Bulls.

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An unprecedented day in Boston sports history

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On the day that Aaron Hernandez died, the Patriots were at the White House to visit a president who had seemed to make the team one of his campaign planks.