Andrew Mahoney

Mahoney first came to the Globe in 1994 to the city desk as a Northeastern co-op. He moved over to the sports department in 1995 and contributed to the Globe’s award-winning sports section. After a brief stint at ESPN, he returned to the Globe in 2002.

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Point After: Friday, Oct. 21

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By Andrew Mahoney, Globe Staff

108 Stitches: Thursday, Oct. 20

By Alex Speier , Globe Staff

In 2004, Terry Francona was part of a Red Sox overhaul that included the acquisition of postseason gunslinger Curt Schilling and closer Keith Foulke, with all three representing giant pieces of a championship puzzle. In the offseason before 2007, Francona’s Red Sox spent like none other in pursuit of creating a title-caliber roster, dropping more than $200 million on Daisuke Matsuzaka, J.D. Drew, and Julio Lugo.

Despite injuries, Steelers say they’re ready for Patriots

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Running back Le’Veon Bell said he’s seen a more focused Pittsburgh team following last week’s loss to Miami.

Alex Speier

Rich Hill highlights the way fringe moves can impact teams

By Alex Speier , Globe Staff

The former Red Sox pitcher has been a difference-maker for the Dodgers in their postseason run.