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Joshua Kummins


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I am a sports journalist in the New England region. Follow me on Twitter @JoshuaKummins.


New England Baseball Journal

New England Baseball Journal
Warrior Spirit

Merrimack charged to its first Northeast-10 title since 1996, plus other contributions about prep schools and summer collegiate leagues.

New England Baseball Journal
Bonds of Bentley

As Bob DeFelice begins his remarkable 50th season at Bentley, those who know him best reflect on the family atmosphere he’s created and hundreds of people he’s impacted.

New England Baseball Journal
"Brewster Boys" & "Shining Knights"

My summer wrap-up features on the Cape Cod Baseball League and Futures Collegiate League, whose champions were aided by some unheralded contributors with New England connections.

New England Baseball Journal
Meet 'The Mayor'

No matter where the sport of baseball has taken Ryan Sullivan during his collegiate career, the Futures League's Nashua Silver Knights have been a constant.

New England Baseball Journal
On the Road ― and Boat

Players on the North Shore Navigators entered summer as strangers, and they left as teammates and friends for life. This story reflects on that journey.

New England Baseball Journal
No Place Like Home

After several years of bus trips to Brockton’s Campanelli Stadium and making homes anywhere but home, the debut of Monan Park is even sweeter for the UMass Boston baseball team.

New England Hockey Journal

New England Hockey Journal
Welcome, Coach

Marquee coaches have exited and gung-ho new bench bosses are in place at BU, UNH and Merrimack. How will the turnover alter the Hockey East landscape?

New England Hockey Journal
'Special Player'

It didn’t take long for David Quinn to know that Charlie McAvoy was going to be something special. But, this quickly? Surely not.

New England Hockey Journal
Amped for Act 2

For three Easterners with different skill-sets, varied backgrounds and unique goals, their rookie trials illustrate the grade-A challenge of college hockey at its highest level.

New England Hockey Journal
Curse Busters

On Feb. 13, NESN’s Tom Caron put Boston’s signature hockey tournament into perspective. This year though, a much different perspective.

New England Hockey Journal

Players come and go. That’s a pretty certain, simple statement, and it holds true in all sports. Sometimes, things in prep school hockey are very much the opposite.

Fishman getting national attention

Jake Fishman didn’t know how to react. The lefty pitcher/first baseman and his Union College teammates had just unloaded the bus before a game last week when he learned the news.

The Daily Item
38 Years and Running

If you could do one thing every day for the rest of your life, what would you do? Bill Robertson was probably never asked that question, but his answer...

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