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See which of your favorite players and sports moments captured the awards at The Globies.

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Sports Marketing

The Boston Celtics

Green Runs Deep - Thomas/Smart
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Dunkin’ Brands

Dunkin' Paradise
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Red Sox

Red Sox "Tick Tock"
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Bose for The NFL

BOSERWilson
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Experiential

MasterCard - Red Sox Priceless

Surprise for Father of 7
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Reebok for Crossfit

BeMoreHuman
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The Patriots Putnam Fancam

Patriots Fancam
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Raytheon - The Hall at Patriot Place

Our sponsorship of the Hall at Patriot Place helps to provide local schools with field trips to the Hall where students engage with hands on STEM activities. The Hall at Patriot Place promotes math and science through games and exhibits that highlight the math and science behind the game of football. These innovative attractions inspire and entertain thousands of school children and countless more guests each year.
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Cause Marketing

BOA - Special Olympics

Chevi Peters - Pick Up Hope
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John Hancock - Boston Marathon

#RunBold
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EchoStor - Boston Bruins Found'n

NESN Interview
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Eversource: Bos Children’s Hosp.

Eversource Walk for Kids
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Athlete Endorsement

JetBlue with David Ortiz

David Ortiz vs. Pinatas
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Puma with Julian Edelman

Edelman Trains Faster, Stronger, Fiercer
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Bose with Rory McIlroy

Major Focus
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Dunkin’ Brands

Dunkin' Paradise
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Red Sox MVP

David Ortiz

Designated Hitter
The Red Sox designated hitter was voted to his 10th All-Star game in his final season.
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Xander Bogaerts

Shortstop
At 23, Bogaerts became the youngest Red Sox player to win a Silver Slugger Award, which he received after the 2015 season. Bogaerts had a hot start to 2016 as well, logging a 26-game hit streak from May 6 to June 2 and earning his first All-Star game selection.
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Mookie Betts

Outfielder
Betts hit .291 with 18 home runs and 77 RBIs in 2015 in his first full year with the Red Sox. The 23-year-old continued to shine in 2016 as the Sox' starting right fielder and was named to the AL All-Star team.
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Dustin Pedroia

Second Baseman
The four-time All-Star and four-time Gold Glove winner hit .291 in 2015 despite missing more than a month of the season, and opened 2016 in solid form as the Red Sox kept pace in the pennant race.
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Patriots MVP

Tom Brady

Quarterback
After his four-game suspension was dropped before the start of the 2015 season, the Patriots quarterback propelled the team to a 10-0 start and an AFC championship game appearance. In his 16th season, Brady led the league with 36 touchdown passes and logged 4,770 passing yards on 402 completions.
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Rob Gronkowski

Tight End
The Patriots tight end had 72 catches for 1,176 yards and 11 touchdowns in 2015. He added 23 receptions and three touchdown catches in the playoffs and earned his fourth Pro Bowl selection.
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Julian Edelman

Wide Receiver
Edelman played just nine games with the Patriots in 2015 because of injury, but the receiver still reeled in 61 catches for 692 yards and seven touchdowns and was one of New England's top weapons when he was on the field.
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Dont'a Hightower

Linebacker
The 26-year-old linebacker recorded 61 tackles, 51 solo, and 3.5 sacks in just 12 games in 2015 after battling injuries. He made 12 tackles in the playoffs and had a pass breakup and a fumble recovery in the Patriots' divisional round playoff victory over Kansas City.
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Celtics MVP

Isaiah Thomas

Guard
Thomas emerged as the leader of a young Celtics team, playing in all 82 regular season games. He averaged a career-high and team-high 22.2 points per game, a team-high 6.2 assists, and 3.0 rebounds. Thomas averaged 24.2 points in the Celtics' six-game playoff series with Atlanta.
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Jae Crowder

Forward
Crowder averaged 14.2 points, 5.1 rebounds, 1.8 assists, and a team-high 1.7 steals per game for the 2015-16 season. In the playoffs, the 26-year-old forward averaged 9.5 points per game and 6.5 rebounds.
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Avery Bradley

Guard
Bradley was named to the NBA's All-Defensive first team for the 2015-16 season, earning the most votes at the guard position. Bradley was second on the Celtics in scoring, averaging 15.2 points per game, and was second in steals, with 1.5 per game.
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Evan Turner

Forward/Guard
In his second season with the Celtics, Turner averaged 10.5 points, 4.9 rebounds, and 4.4 assists per game. He finished fifth in the voting for the NBA's Sixth Man of the Year.
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Bruins MVP

Patrice Bergeron

Center
The Selke finalist notched a team-high 68 points and was eighth in the league with 12 power play goals.
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Brad Marchand

Left Wing
Marchand led the Bruins with 37 goals in the 2015-16 season and led the team in plus/minus at +21. He scored six goals on the power play and was third in the league with a team-high four shorthanded goals.
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Tuukka Rask

Goaltender
The Bruins netminder played in 64 games in the 2015-16 season and posted a 31-22-8 record. He recorded four shutouts and allowed 157 goals, the third-best mark in the league.
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David Krejci

Center
Krejci racked up a team-high 46 assists in the 2015-16 season and scored 17 goals, including four on the power play. He recorded his 300th career assist and played in his 600th NHL game.
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Revolution MVP

Lee Nguyen

Midfielder
The 29-year-old midfielder started 31 of the Revolution's 32 games in the 2015 season, tallying seven goals and a team-high and career-high 10 assists. In the early part of the 2016 season, Nguyen moved into eighth place on the team's all-time assists list.
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Diego Fagundez

Midfielder
Fagundez, just 21 years old, finished the 2015 season with six goals and four assists. He is the youngest player in MLS history to appear in 100 games and the youngest player to tally 25 career goals.
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Andrew Farrell

Defender
Farrell was voted the Revolution's Defender of the Year after starting all 32 matches during the 2015 season.
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Charlie Davies

Forward
The 30-year-old from Manchester, N.H. and former Boston College standout led the Revolution in scoring in 2015, notching 10 goals and dishing out four assists.
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Athlete of the Year

Tom Brady

New England Patriots
After his four-game suspension was dropped before the start of the 2015 season, the Patriots quarterback propelled the team to a 10-0 start and an AFC championship game appearance. In his 16th season, Brady led the league with 36 touchdown passes and logged 4,770 passing yards on 402 completions.
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Rob Gronkowski

New England Patriots
The Patriots tight end had 72 catches for 1,176 yards and 11 touchdowns in 2015. He added 23 receptions and three touchdown catches in the playoffs and earned his fourth Pro Bowl selection.
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Isaiah Thomas

Boston Celtics
Thomas was selected to his first All-Star game in his first full season with the Celtics. The 27-year-old point guard helped Boston make the playoffs and post a 48-win regular season, averaging 22.2 points per game, good for 11th in the NBA.
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David Ortiz

Boston Red Sox
Still clutch in his 40s, Ortiz reached the 500 home run mark at the end of the 2015 season, and began 2016 in All-Star form and was voted into his 10th midsummer classic.
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Patrice Bergeron

Boston Bruins
The Bruins alternate captain was a finalist for the Frank J. Selke award for the best defensive forward for the fifth consecutive season. Although he didn't win, the three-time Selke winner scored a career-high 32 goals and logged 36 assists for a team-best 68 points in the 2015-16 season.
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Best Female Athlete

Kendall Coyne

Northeastern Hockey
The Northeastern forward won the Patty Kazmaier award as the top player in Division I women's hockey after scoring an NCAA-best 50 goals. Coyne finished her senior season as the Huskies' all-time leading goal-scorer, with 141, and point-scorer, with 249.
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Alex Carpenter

BC Hockey
The Eagles captain and North Reading, Mass. native finished her career at BC as the school's all-time leader in goals, assists, power play goals, game-winning goals, and plus/minus. The four-time Hockey East all-star was a finalist for the 2016 Patty Kazmaier award.
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Atsede Baysa

Boston Marathon
The 29-year-old Ethiopian pulled off a come-from-behind win in the 120th running of the Boston Marathon, surging at Mile 25 before breaking the tape in 2 hours, 29 minutes, 19 seconds.
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Hilary Knight

Boston Pride Hockey
The two-time US Olympian became the face of the National Women's Hockey League in its inaugural season. Knight scored the first goal in franchise history for the Boston Pride and helped the team capture the NWHL's Isobel Cup.
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Top College Athlete

Thatcher Demko

Boston College Hockey
The Eagles goaltender helped BC reach its 25th Frozen Four and set a single-season school record with 10 shutouts in the 2015-16 season. Demko started 39 games for BC and went 27-8-4 with a 1.88 goals against average and a .935 save percentage.
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Jimmy Vesey

Harvard Hockey
The North Reading, Mass. native and four-year Harvard standout won the 2016 Hobey Baker Award as college hockey's top player. He scored 24 goals his senior year and finished with 46 points in 33 games for the Crimson.
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Kris Dunn

Providence Basketball
Drafted fifth overall by the Timberwolves in the 2016 NBA Draft, Dunn was named the Big East player of the year and the Big East defensive player of the year after a successful junior season at Providence. He averaged 16.4 points per game, 6.2 assists, and 5.3 rebounds.
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Kendall Coyne

Northeastern Hockey
The Northeastern forward won the Patty Kazmaier award as the top player in Division I women's hockey after scoring an NCAA-best 50 goals. Coyne finished her senior season as the Huskies' all-time leading goal-scorer, with 141, and point-scorer, with 249.
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Top Newcomer

David Price

Boston Red Sox
The Red Sox signed the five-time All-Star and 2012 Cy Young award winner to a seven-year, $217 million deal in the off season.
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Dion Lewis

New England Patriots
Lewis wreaked havoc on opposing defenses during the first half of the 2015 season before tearing his ACL in Week 9. In seven games for the Patriots, Lewis rushed for 234 yards and two touchdowns and made 36 catches for 388 yards and two more scores.
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Frank Vatrano

Boston Bruins
Vatrano made his NHL debut Nov. 7, 2015 and made an instant impact on the Bruins, scoring his first career goal to help Boston defeat Montreal. He finished the season with eight goals and three assists in 39 games.
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Malcom Brown

New England Patriots
Selected 32nd overall by the Patriots in the 2015 NFL Draft, Brown played in all 16 games for New England in the 2015 season, starting 12. The rookie recorded 48 tackles, 31 solo, and logged three sacks and two fumble recoveries.
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Unsung Hero

Jae Crowder

Boston Celtics
Crowder scored 14.2 points and 5.1 rebounds per game on 44 percent shooting for the Celtics in the 2015-16 season, his best NBA campaign to date.
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Devin McCourty

Patriots
The defensive back ranked fifth among Patriots defenders with 64 total tackles in 2015. He defended six passes and intercepted one off the Jacksonville Jaguars' Blake Bortles.
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Steven Wright

Red Sox
At the age of 31, Wright was finally rewarded with his first trip to the All-Star game in 2016. The converted knuckleballer stuck it out through a decade in professional baseball, mostly in the minors, before becoming one of the Red Sox most reliable horses.
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Brad Marchand

Boston Bruins
The perfect complement to center Patrice Bergeron on the Bruins' top line, Marchand also does the little things – agitating, scrapping, and playing hard – that make him a fan favorite in Boston.
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Best Moment

David Ortiz's 500th home run

After hitting career home run No. 499 in the first inning of a Sept. 11 matchup with Tampa Bay at Tropicana Field, Ortiz stepped up to the plate in the fifth inning and smacked a 2-2 pitch from Matt Moore into the seats in right-center for No. 500. He became the 27th player in MLB history to reach the milestone.
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Celtics end Warriors' home win streak

This was no April Fool's joke. The Celtics went to Oracle Arena April 1 to take on a Warriors team that had won an NBA-record 54 straight home games. But a 22-point second half from Isaiah Thomas gave the visitors the win for the first time since Jan. 27, 2015.
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Atsede Baysa gives Boston Marathon trophy to Roberta Gibb

Baysa presented Gibb with the 2016 Boston Marathon champion's trophy in honor of the 50th anniversary of Gibb's historic, unofficial run. Gibb was the first woman to run the Boston Marathon, completing the feat at a time when many considered women incapable of running 26.2 miles.
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Patriots raise Super Bowl championship banner

Patriots fans had plenty to celebrate in Week 1 of the 2015 season. With Tom Brady's Deflategate suspension lifted, the team raised its fourth Super Bowl championship banner during a pregame ceremony that included appearances by former Patriots stars and a performance by the Dropkick Murphys.
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Voice of Boston

Dave O'Brien

Red Sox play by play
O'Brien became the television voice of the Red Sox in 2016, bringing a polished approach and deep knowledge of the game to the broadcasts alongside a revolving door of sidekicks.
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Jack Edwards

Bruins play by play
The animated broadcaster with a flair for the dramatic has been calling the Bruins play-by-play for NESN since the 2005-2006 season. His unique style injects energy and enthusiasm into the broadcasts.
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Scott Zolak

Patriots Analyst, The SportsHub
The former Patriots quarterback handles the color commentary for Patriots games and is co-host of The SportsHub's mid-day project, walking a fine line between objective insight and hometown excitement.
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Joe Castiglione

Red Sox commentary, WEEI
The longtime radio voice of the Red Sox has a gentle nature and affinity for the game that makes listeners feel as though they're getting the lowdown from a friendly uncle.
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Most Stylish

Tom Brady

New England Patriots
Brady is a staple at the Met Gala and, aside from his pension for fleecy footwear, Mr. Gisele Bundchen has been known to make some daring hat choices. He's also got a few rings to show off, too.
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Julian Edelman

New England Patriots
Edelman has sat front row at New York Fashion Week and has modeled for John Varvatos. Edelman is also a spokesman for sneaker company Puma, which makes a running shoe called the JE11 in his honor.
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David Ortiz

Boston Red Sox
With a closet full of polarized shades and a consistently well-kept beard, Ortiz is still looking good in his 40s both on the field and off.
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Isaiah Thomas

Boston Celtics
A perk of being 5-foot-9 in the NBA? Thomas, who carries the Celtics' mantle in the fashion-forward NBA, can buy regular clothes off the rack.
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Social Media Star

Julian Edelman

New England Patriots
The Patriots' wide receiver has displayed his culinary side through his silly "Burger Tyme" and "Smoothie Tyme" videos, and professed his love for Tom Brady on his Instagram account. And then there's his YouTube page ...
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Tom Brady

New England Patriots
Brady is never without a fresh pair of Uggs when he posts photos with his feet up, watching film, and he has also scored social media points by sharing his college resume and posting an Anchorman-spoofed video asking his receivers to assemble.
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David Price

Boston Red Sox
There's no doubt Price's dog, Astro, has helped the Red Sox lefty rack up 1.4 million Twitter followers. But he's also insightful and honest on social media.
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Terrance Knighton

New England Patriots
The Patriots' defensive tackle may have failed in his Twitter quest to bring Kevin Durant to the Celtics, but Pot Roast's active account still charmed fans before his first game in a Patriots uniform.
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