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Around The Hub: Red Sox Drub Royals (Again) & Pats Agree To Re-Certify

Don't have a lot of time to catch up on all of today's Boston sports news? Around The Hub brings you the latest stories from all seven of our regional blogs covering the Bruins, Celtics, Patriots, Red Sox, Revolution, Boston College and UConn.

Red Sox Bats Erupt A Second Straight Night, Dismantle Royals, 12-5 (Over The Monster): Something about the Red Sox playing the Royals brings out big offensive performances (well, for the most part). David Ortiz and the Red Sox did it again on Wednesday night, routing the Royals for the second straight night, and OTM has your recap.

Report: Patriots Vote Unanimously to Re-Certify and Approve New CBA (Pats Pulpit): In order for the new CBA to take effect, the NFL players association must re-certify as a union, and the Pats were the first team to do so.

Fixing The NBA: Depose Donald Sterling (CelticsBlog): Jeff Clark at CelticsBlog looks into the case of Clippers owner Donald Sterling and his terrible mismanagement of the team, and how getting rid of him would help fix the NBA.

Read the rest of this morning's links after the jump.

Bruins Player Report Cards 2010-11: Marc Savard (Stanley Cup Of Chowder): SCOC continues with its Bruins player report cards, with Marc Savard the latest player to be graded. What grade do you think he deserves?

This Revolution Should NOT Be Televised! (via The Bent Musket): The Bent Musket points out an interesting link saying that this year's Revolution team should not have its games televised due to its poor performance.

Butch Davis Fired At North Carolina: How Does This Affect Boston College? (BC Interruption): North Carolina's football team will have a new coach, and he'll have to get acclimated to the job with about one month's notice. How will Davis' firing affect BC? BCHysteria discusses.

When It Comes To Removing Jeff Hathaway, 'Why' Isn't Important (The UConn Blog): Spoiler alert - Andrew Porter doesn't think Jeff Hathaway is a good athletic director, and he'll tell you why at The UConn Blog.