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Red Sox 9, Rays 4: Rodriguez brilliant against as Boston cruises

Red Sox 9, Rays 4: Rodriguez brilliant against as Boston cruises

Hide caption Xanader Bogaerts, left, and Rafael Devers (11) celebrate with J.D. Martinez, right, after Martinez hit a three-run home run off Tampa Bay Rays starter Jalen Beeks in the third inning of Monday’s game in St. Petersburg, Fla. Boston won 9-4. AP PHOTO ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — The Red Sox are off to a winning start in their most critical two-week stretch of the season to date. Get familiar with the Rays and Yankees, Boston fans. They’re the only two teams you’ll see until Kansas City visits Fenway Park during the first full week of August. The American […]

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Red Sox Wrap: Five Home Runs Power Boston To 11-Run Rout Of Orioles

Red Sox Wrap: Five Home Runs Power Boston To 11-Run Rout Of Orioles

The Boston Red Sox didn’t let their series-opening sorrows linger into Saturday night. The Red Sox, who suffered arguably their ugliest loss of the season to the lowly Orioles on Friday, responded with a 17-6 shellacking of Baltimore at Camden Yards. Boston logged its runs in bunches, highlighted by an eight-run fourth inning. Rick Porcello managed to pick up his eighth win of the season despite a lousy outing. The right-hander labored through five innings, allowing six runs on 11 hits. With the win, the Red Sox improve to 54-45, while the Orioles drop to 30-67. Here’s how it […]

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Julian Edelman has a new favorite burger in town

Julian Edelman has a new favorite burger in town

Julian Edelman after a playoff win. Julian Edelman has a new favorite burger in Boston. Back in 2016, the aficionado said “the one I always go to” could be found at Craigie on Main, a burger that has seen no shortage of accolades or acclaim . These days, Edelman is loving a different one, according to a new interview with Haute Living . “I love Hojoko in The Verb Hotel by Fenway,” he told the publication. “It’s my favorite burger in Boston; I’m a big burger guy.” Hojoko’s cheeseburger is made with chuck and wagyu short rib, and topped […]

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Former Boston College women’s basketball coach Cathy Inglese suffers brain injury in fall

Former Boston College women’s basketball coach Cathy Inglese suffers brain injury in fall

Former Boston College coach Cathy Inglese during a 2008 game vs. Virginia Tech. Former Boston College women’s basketball coach Cathy Inglese suffered a brain injury when she fell Wednesday, according to a social media post by her sister. “My sister Cathy Inglese has suffered a traumatic brain injury and is fighting for her life,” Nancy Inglese posted on Facebook. “I am asking all family, friends and acquaintances to please pray for her. She needs ALL your prayers.” The 60-year-old Inglese coached at Boston College from 1993-2008 and was hired as an assistant coach at Hofstra last month. Inglese led […]

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Homeless Man Gifted Ticket to Red Sox Game

Homeless Man Gifted Ticket to Red Sox Game

Homeless Man Gifted Red Sox Ticket A homeless man in Boston was asking for a drink or some change when he was gifted not just a Miller Lite but a ticket to the Red Sox game. (Published Thursday, July 18, 2019) Three teenage boys from Malden went to a Red Sox game at Fenway Park Wednesday night with a new friend. Pedro Lugo, Sean Wetzonis and Francisco Rios were walking to the game when they saw John, a homeless man in Boston, sitting with a sign asking for a drink that said “Go Sox” in one hand and a […]

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Chris Sale strikes out 12 to lead Boston Red Sox over Blue Jays; Rafael Devers, Mookie Betts both homer

Chris Sale strikes out 12 to lead Boston Red Sox over Blue Jays; Rafael Devers, Mookie Betts both homer

AP Red Sox starting pitcher Chris Sale delivers during the first inning against the Blue Jays at Fenway Park in Boston, Thursday, July 18, 2019. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa) BOSTON — Red Sox ace Chris Sale earned his first regular season win at Fenway Park since July 11, 2018. The lefty pitched 6 scoreless innings, allowing just two hits and two walks while striking out 12. He led the Red Sox 5-0 over the Blue Jays here Thursday. Boston took the four-game series 3-1 over Toronto. Sale won one postseason start at Fenway Park last October (ALDS Game 1 vs. […]

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#AgeChallenge: Here’s a glimpse at what Boston athletes could look like in 50 years

#AgeChallenge: Here’s a glimpse at what Boston athletes could look like in 50 years

The #AgeChallenge is sweeping the internet. Thanks to the old-age filter on FaceApp, celebrities, athletes, and others have joined in the fun by posting photos of themselves appearing older than they are. What would current Boston athletes look like in 50 years? Only time will tell, but social media humored fans with their own versions of current players, from Tom Brady to Tacko Fall. Here are a few. Brock Holt, J.D Martinez, Xander Bogaerts, and Rafael Devers: They grow up so fast. Also we’re sorry. pic.twitter.com/wpE0gS8H1u — Red Sox (@RedSox) July 16, 2019 Tom Brady: The year is 2050. […]

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Pumpsie Green, first black player for Red Sox, dies at 85

Pumpsie Green, first black player for Red Sox, dies at 85

In this April 19, 2009, file photo, Boston Red Sox great Elijah “Pumpsie” Green throws out a ceremonial first pitch for the Red Sox game against the Baltimore Orioles. Green, the first black player on the Red Sox, died. He was 85. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa, File) Elijah “Pumpsie” Green, the first black player in Boston Red Sox history, died on Wednesday in San Leandro. He was 85. The Red Sox confirmed Green’s death on Wednesday and also held a moment of silence prior to their Wednesday night home game against the Toronto Blue Jays. “Pumpsie Green occupies a special […]

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Kemba Walker’s first challenge in Boston: Leading this Celtics team back on track

Kemba Walker’s first challenge in Boston: Leading this Celtics team back on track

The Kemba Walker Era begins, in earnest, on Wednesday afternoon when the Celtics formally introduce their latest maximum-contract signing at the Auerbach Center. Walker won’t inherit quite the same burden of expectations that some of Boston’s previous big-ticket splurges did upon their arrival. When Al Horford and Gordon Hayward signed on – the latter’s entry coupled with the offseason acquisition of Kyrie Irving – the Celtics’ ceiling raised a bit and the team was perceived closer to title contention. Walker arrives to a somewhat flawed roster, one that still doesn’t feel quite set even after a busy summer. There […]

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Boston Bruins hit links to raise funds in honor of former BU hockey player killed on 9/11

Boston Bruins hit links to raise funds in honor of former BU hockey player killed on 9/11

MASHPEE, MASS. (WHDH) – Boston Bruins past and present were golfing for a cause in Mashpee Monday, raising money for the foundation of a fellow hockey player that has given out more than $1 million in the past two decades. The players hit the links for the 18th annual golf tournament for the Mark Bavis Leadership Foundation, created to honor Bavis, a former Boston University hockey player who died on United Airlines Flight 175 in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. The foundation has raised more than $1 million in scholarships for more than 130 people. Participants said the foundation […]

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