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Bob Ryan

Bob Ryan is a retired columnist for the Globe’s Sports section whose work appears in the section semi-regularly. He has been writing for the Globe since 1968, covering all of Boston’s sports teams. Ryan is a regular panelist on ESPN’s Sunday morning roundtable, “The Sports Reporters.”

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Bob Ryan

Without Bill Littlefield’s show, Saturday mornings won’t be the same

By , Globe Correspondent

The beloved NPR radio host is calling it a career after 25 years providing listeners with good reason to tune in at 7 a.m.

Bob Ryan

One dominant team in NBA is nothing new, and it’s never been bad for the league

By , Globe correspondent

So the Warriors added another All-Star; the NBA has been based on dominance from the very beginning.

Bob Ryan

You don’t have to love soccer to appreciate the greatness of the World Cup

By , Globe Correspondent

The event quite clearly transcends sport, and a quality team is a source of immense pride for a country.

Bob Ryan

Red Schoendienst was considered royalty in St. Louis

By , Globe Correspondent

Schoendienst was, in fact, the St. Louis answer to Boston’s Johnny Pesky.