This summer, there will a be a soccer match at Fenway Park for the first time since 1968. 


Perennial Scottish Premier League contender Celtic Football Club will take on the storied Portuguese futebol club Sporting Clube de Portugal at Fenway Park on July 21, 2010 at 8:00 p.m. 


On the heels of last week's blown call in Detroit that took away a perfect game from Tigers pitcher Armando Galarraga, as well as the ejection of Kendrick Perkins from the Eastern Conference finals Game 5, we've compiled a list of 10 controversial calls in Boston sports history. Check it out at the LEEInks blog.

Tiger Woods' preparation for the U.S. Open in two weeks continues, but Sunday's final round of the Memorial Cup in Dublin, Ohio, wasn't a good sign of progress. His first two tee shots hit spectators — one in the leg and the other in the shoulder — and he later plunked another fan with a drive from the rough. Read more about that, plus get links to other interesting stories, along with videos, trivia and more, at Monday's Morning Mashup.

Commissioner Bud Selig said he won't change the finish of Wednesday's Tigers-Indians game, in which Tigers pitcher Armando Galarraga had his perfect game taken away by a bad call from umpire Jim Joyce. On Thursday, Joyce made a tearful return to the park amid some applause from supportive Detroit fans, and Galarraga was there to hand him the lineup card at home plate. Writers weighed in with their thoughts about Selig's handling of the situation and how this might affect the expansion of instant replay, among other things.

The day's top story is umpire Jim Joyce's blown call that ruined Tigers pitcher Armando Galarraga's perfect game Wednesday night. We took a look around the web to see what people are saying about the play. There are calls for commissioner Bud Selig to overrule the call, and there are questions about whether this will lead to an expansion of instant replay. Read more about it, plus check out videos, trivia and more, at Thursday's Morning Mashup.

On the heels of Randy Moss' announcement that he fired his agent and will represent himself in future contract negotations, we looked for other famous athletes — in Boston and beyond — who served as their own representation. We found an interesting mix of athletes, including such notables as Curt Schilling, Tom Seaver, Tedy Bruschi, Ray Allen and Danny Ainge. Check it out at the LEEInks blog.

The Flyers are down 2-0 in the Stanley Cup finals to the Blackhawks, but they aren't going away quietly — or with class. Philadelphia defenseman Chris Pronger has taken the puck at the end of each of the first two games and, according to him, tossed it in the garbage, "where it belongs." This led to a postgame confrontation after Game 2 and a minor controversy. Read more about that, plus check out videos, trivia and more, at Wednesday's Morning Mashup.

To get you warmed up for the NBA finals, we've assembled a list of the most memorable games in Celtics-Lakers finals history. Check it out at the LEEInks blog.

The Blackhawks took a 2-0 lead on the Flyers in the Stanley Cup finals with a 2-1 win Monday. Philadelphia made an effort to spice things up by dressing agitator Dan Carcillo for the first time in four games. Carcillo made some pregame threats but didn't have much of an impact once the puck was dropped. He was his usual aggressive, annoying self and was called for an unsportsmanlike penalty in the first period. Also, the Duke lacrosse team captured its first title by scoring five seconds into overtime.

According to a report, Jose Canseco will testify before a grand jury next week that he never saw Roger Clemens use performance-enhacing drugs. This gives Clemens an ally in his attempt to avoid perjury charges. Get more details on that, plus read about Memphis Grizzlies forward Zach Randolph's alleged involvement in an Indiana drug ring and the ailing Bill Walton's attempt to return to broadcasting, at Friday's Morning Mashup.