Red Sox 4, Yankees 3

David Ortiz hits homer No. 495 as Red Sox beat Yankees

David Ortiz crosses the plate after banging out home run No. 495 into the Monster seats in the fourth inning.

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Mookie Betts added a two-run shot for Boston and Jackie Bradley Jr. had three hits.


// Don Orsillo makes his return to Fenway Park

Monday’s game was Orsillo’s first at Fenway since he learned last week he was being replaced in the booth.


// Pablo Sandoval says transition to Red Sox was trying

The ex-Giant has made some adjustments in the field and is getting used to AL pitching.

// Red Sox trade Alejandro De Aza to Giants

The outfielder was dealt for Single A left-hand pitcher Luis Ysla.


// Patriots begin roster cuts by trimming five players

Josh Boyce, Jonathan Krause, Jimmay Mundine, Joe Vellano, and Dekoda Watson were let go Monday.

Patriots tight end Michael Hoomanawanui (47), working with a sand bag, might have some heavy lifting ahead of him.

Tight ends may get call to fill fullback void for Patriots

Michael Hoomanawanui could be a top candidate to take on some of the role injured James Develin played.

// Judge could rule on Deflategate as soon as Tuesday

“The parties tried quite hard” to reach a settlement but couldn’t find common ground, US District Judge Richard Berman said.

// Tom Brady sketch artist gets second chance

After plenty of disapproval for her first effort, courtroom sketch artist Jane Rosenberg practiced for Monday’s hearing.

// Glenn Ordway to join WEEI’s midday show

“The Big O” is returning to the station to join Christian Fauria and Lou Merloni weekdays from 10 to 2.

NEW YORK, NY - AUGUST 28: Junichi Tazawa #36 of the Boston Red Sox reacts while pitching in the tenth inning against the New York Mets on August 28, 2015 at Citi Field in the Flushing Neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City. (Photo by Nate Shron/Getty Images)

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Can Dave Dombrowski rebuild the Red Sox bullpen?

In 13 of the 14 years under Dombrowski, the Detroit bullpen ranked in the bottom half of the American League.

Red Sox notebook

// Hanley Ramirez is out of the lineup again

Team doctors checked out his sore right shoulder before the Red Sox played the Yankees.

// Female fan hit by bat at Fenway Park

The fan, sitting four rows from the field, was hit on the left elbow but stayed in her seat.

Jason Day cruised to a six-shot victory at the Barclays over the weekend.

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As Deutsche Bank approaches, no one is hotter than Jason Day

Day has won three of his last four events — and TPC Boston is a course that he “absolutely loves.”


// Fourth-seeded Kei Nishikori bows in 1st round

After reaching the US Open final last year, Nishikori’s stay at Flushing Meadows ended on the first day of play.


// Serena Williams eases her way into second round

The No. 1-ranked American reached the second round when opponent Vitalia Diatchenko of Russia retired with an injury.


// BC loses tight end Mike Giacone for season

Coach Steve Addazio also reported that linebacker Tim Joy will miss two games with a knee injury.

Ex-QB Elijah Robinson will help BC on the receiving end

The freshman is switching positions at a time when the Eagles’ receiving ranks have been thinned by injury.

Sports Log

// Everett Golson will start at QB for Florida State

Coach Jimbo Fisher says the graduate transfer for Notre Dame has a good grasp of the offense.


// Contract talks begin with Tyler Zeller, Jared Sullinger

Both players are eligible to be offered extensions prior to the Oct. 31 deadline.

Kevin Paul Dupont

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// Patriots during the Bill Belichick era

Look back on the Boston Globe’s coverage of every game the Patriots have played since Bill Belichick became the head coach in 2000.