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Boston’s 100 Greatest Gamers

Ranking the most clutch athletes in Boston sports history

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“He’s a gamer.” Even if they can’t define the term, Boston sports fans know a gamer when they see one. And they’ve seen plenty through the years, from Larry Bird to Tom Brady, Bill Russell to Troy Brown, Carl Yastrzemski to Rob Gronkowski, Bobby Orr to David Ortiz, and Pedro Martinez to Patrice Bergeron. This companion volume to Boston’s 100 Greatest Games provides a definitive ranking.

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