Follow your favorite Boston sports teams like never before with the Boston Sports Journal app, fueled by columnist Greg Bedard and a full staff of professional journalists reporting on the Patriots, Red Sox, Bruins and Celtics.

Bedard is a sports writer of 15 years with The Palm Beach Post, The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, The Boston Globe and later Sports Illustrated's MMQB. Now, he’s out on his own with this pioneering venture and a fresh edge to his writing, views and inside info. He's joined by talented reporters Sean McAdam, Christopher Price and Brian Robb.


• Unlimited access to all articles, videos, podcasts and photos

• Browse articles by choosing a team, topic or author

• Comment along with our worldwide community of Boston sports fans.

• Easily share articles through social media or email

What’s New

Version 1.0.1

Performance upgrades, iPhone X support and other enhancements

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
43 Ratings

43 Ratings

paruml1000 ,

Great App

There’s seems to be an issue when I’m commenting on the iOS app. I know I’m logged in but when I comment it shows “Anonymous”. Also, I can’t upvote/downvote comments as it says you need to log in. Other than that everything works great.

Meeeeepo ,

I love the content, but sick of not being able to post comments

Whenever I try to post a comment it says “Some of field value is invalid”, even if I try to post a single letter or number. I have to select all, cut and then open a separate safari browser, find the article I was just reading, log on and paste my comment through that. It’s getting really annoying really quick. This should be a five star review, because the content is excellent, the layout is amazing but the ease of access (which is the point in having the app versus going on the website through a web browser) is bad.

Please fix this problem.

nmhemming ,

Well worth the price

As a recent convert from The Athletic, I so appreciate BSJ’s style. They cover everything they need to cover in just the right amount of depth. The reporting and writing is high quality. And the app is clean and simple, everything it should be and nothing it shouldn’t. As much as I love The Athletic, it got too big for me—I often felt content overload. Reading BSJ is a far simpler experience. Highly recommend a download and a subscription!

App Privacy

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