New England Revolution
On this day in 1978, Revolution Captain Shalrie Joseph was born in Saint George, Grenada, complete with a full head of braided hair. Okay so that last part isn't true, but today is definitely Shalrie's 34th birthday.
Do you share a birthday with Shalrie? If so, Happy Birthday! Check out some photos of Shalrie throughout the years below.
10 Revs players visited Boston Children's Hospital on May 22, 2012. Kevin Alston, Darrius Barnes, Zak Boggs, Blake Brettschneider, Kelyn Rowe, Stephen McCarthy, Tim Murray, Tyler Polak, Mike Roach and Bobby Shuttleworth. After a stop in group work rooms to paint planters, they made visits to several rooms throughout various wards in the hospital.
Check out photos and some tweets from the players summing up their afternoons.
Set your reminders now, as Revolution defenders A.J. Soares and Chris Tierney will stop by The D.A. Show on 98.5 The Sports Hub with Damon Amendolara this Wednesday, May 23, from 9 p.m. - 10 p.m. Give a call into the show at (617) 779-0985, and more importantly, click here to listen online.
Due to multiple scheduling conflicts, we recorded this week's Far Post Podcast this afternoon. Despite some "slacking" allegations by some people on Facebook (you know who you are), we hope what today's episode lacked in timeliness was made up for in quality.
Oh, and this is what came on the TV screens in the studio towards the end of the show:
— NE Revolution (@NERevolution) May 16, 2012
Hear what Revolution defender A.J. Soares had to say regarding bullying on the Jeff Santos show.
As part of Supporters Week, MLSSoccer.com profiles our very own Prairie Rose Clayton, as we get to see how her one-of-a-kind stadium banners are made from start to finish.
New England Revolution goalkeeper Matt Reis visited Community Servings in Jamaica Plain, Mass., to learn about the charity that serves - and delivers - a week's worth of meals to 750 homebound clients throughout Massachusetts. Reis met with the trainees in its food prep program, and then got one-on-one time with the new head chef.
MLSSoccer.com profiles Revolution legend Taylor Twellman by talking with former teammate James Riley, current Revolution head coach/former teammate Jay Heaps and Philadelphia Union forward Jack McInerney.
With 101 goals in just 174 appearances, Taylor Twellman was one of the most reliable finishers in MLS history, and garnered the respect of teammates and fans alike.