Bigelow Tea is proud to be involved with sports from all around this great country of ours. From our longstanding relationships with 2014 Baseball Hall of Fame inductee Joe Torre, and lead football analyst and former New York Giants great Phil Simms, to our ongoing support of teams from Boston to San Francisco, we’re creating a strong bond between the games we play and watch and the tea we love to drink. We hope you enjoy The Bigelow Tea Sports Report, and come back soon to see the latest installments we’ll be producing as the sports calendar continues to flip.


A Super View from the Booth with Phil Simms

On Sunday, Simms will have the honor of announcing the 50th Super Bowl from Levi Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., where the Broncos and Panthers will square off to determine the 2015 Champion. Simms’ place in league history...

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View from the Booth with Phil Simms

People often want to know how Phil Simms gets ready for game day.   But Simms’ watching football is not exactly like a fan’s sitting on a sofa eyes glued to the pigskin. Sometimes the key to good commentary is to keep your...

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View from the Booth with Phil Simms

It is comforting to know that even world-class athletes have to be conscientious about living healthy lifestyles. Phil Simms, one of the NFL’s great all-time quarterbacks, Super Bowl MVP, and, today, one of its most recognizable sports...

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View from the Booth with Howie Rose

A fan of the Orange and Blue since their inception in 1962, Howie is proud to ply his trade in the Bob Murphy Radio Booth sponsored by Bigelow Tea, at Citi Field. He took some time out of his day prior to Game 1 of the Fall Classic to answer some...

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View from the Booth with Phil Simms - Playoffs

Before the season started, I picked Seattle to win the championship and I’m staying with that pick—not because I said that before the season started.

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View from the Booth with Phil Simms - SBXLVIII

The Seattle Seahawks wide receivers vs the Denver Broncos defensive backs. Seattle’s wide receivers are aggressive, tough, and fight for the football.

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The Joe Torre Number Retirement Story

As a kid I never envisioned I’d be in the big leagues—I mean what are the chances of two boys from the same family making it to the big leagues? I’ve never taken for granted the career I’ve had.

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The Joe Torre Hall of Fame Story

As a kid I never envisioned I’d be in the big leagues—I mean what are the chances of two boys from the same family making it to the big leagues? I’ve never taken for granted the career I’ve had.

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