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STAT: The Readout Loud
Peter Abraham | On Baseball
Even if the Red Sox make the playoffs, it doesn’t look like they’ll be there long
The Red Sox have a chance to repeat as World Series champions, but they’ve treated that opportunity far too casually.
As trade deadline looms, the Red Sox face a tough call: salvage or shutter the season
He went to the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown and unearthed these nuggets
Could Curt Schilling, Barry Bonds, and Roger Clemens join Derek Jeter in the Class of 2020 inductees at the Baseball Hall of Fame?
Hall of Fame Inductions: Mariano Rivera saved his best for last
Julian Edelman to miss beginning of training camp with thumb injury, report says
The Patriots receiver either broke or sprained his thumb catching a pass and is expected to be back in about three weeks.
BEN VOLIN | ON FOOTBALL
More intrigue than usual at Patriots training camp this year
From the tight end battle, to the coaching staff and Tom Brady’s contract, these are the top storylines ahead of the first practice on Thursday.
Here’s a guide to Patriots training camp
Red Sox at Rays | 7:10 p.m. (NESN, ESPN)
Game 101: A tough two-week stretch for Red Sox begins Monday vs. Rays
Eduardo Rodriguez is on the mound as the Red Sox embark on a 14-day stretch where they play the Rays and the Yankees for 14 games.
Orioles 5, Red Sox 0
Red Sox wilt in dropping series to Orioles
Andrew Cashner struggled again, and Baltimore journeyman Asher Wojciechowski took a no-hitter into the seventh inning.
Box score: Orioles 5, Red Sox 0
Sony Michel, five others to start Patriots camp on PUP list
The running back sat out the Patriots’ offseason workouts after reportedly undergoing a knee procedure
Red Sox notebook
Rick Porcello still searching for answers and results
Despite getting the win on Saturday, the righty was not pleased with his line: 5 innings, 6 runs, 2 homers.
REVOLUTION 2, FC CINCINNATI 0
Make it 10 straight unbeaten for streaking Revolution
Riding their best MLS run since 2005, Carles Gil provided New England all the offense it would need just nine minutes in.
Box Score: Revolution 2, FC Cincinnati 0
Joe Bertagna to step down as Hockey East commissioner
The NCAA’s longest-serving ice hockey league commissioner will end 38-year run at conclusion of 2019-20 season.
2 hours ago
BC predicted to finish fifth in ACC’s Atlantic Division
Eagles garnered 588 points in preseason media poll at last week’s ACC Kickoff event in Charlotte, N.C.
3 hours ago
SEVILLA 2, LIVERPOOL 1
Full-throated, Reds-mad crowd salutes Liverpool at Fenway
Liverpool lost late in its exhibition match at Fenway Park, but Boston clearly showed itself the club’s second home.
Shane Lowry runs away with win in British Open
On a stormy final day, the Irishman shot 1-over 72 but still pulled away from the field to win by six shots.
Notebook: Tommy Fleetwood swamped — with just about everyone else — on rainy Sunday
British Open final scores
Kevin Harvick’s gamble pays off at NASCAR race in New Hampshire
Harvick raced to his first Cup Series victory of the season, winning at New Hampshire Motor Speedway for the second straight year.
Christopher Bell dominates the field in Xfinity victory
Eck on David Price: ‘He’s my new Kirk Gibson’
Dennis Eckersley is happy to spend time at the Hall of Fame with friends and family rather than engage in a dust-up with the Red Sox pitcher.
Red Sox’ plan for Nate Eovaldi — use in ‘high-leverage’ spots
Manager Alex Cora said the righthander will be activated for Saturday night’s game.
Jim Herman, former Trump club pro, wins on PGA Tour
Once an assistant at Trump’s club in New Jersey, Herman won the Barbasol Championship thanks in part to a presidential putting suggestion.
PETER ABRAHAM | ON BASEBALL
Eck-related or not, David Price flopped in Baltimore
In his first start after his Dennis Eckersley feud reignited, the lefty went just four innings against baseball’s worst team.
‘I got lucky, man.’ Dennis Eckersley on surviving his tough times
kevin paul dupont | on second thought
Bill Lee’s ‘Spaceman’ moniker has been around nearly as long as the first moon landing
Lee was a Red Sox rookie in 1969 — the same year as the moon landing 50 years ago this month. He remains the “Spaceman”.
jim mcbride | sunday football notes
John Hannah ideal choice to honor ex-teammate, good friend Leon Gray
Gray will be inducted posthumously into the Patriots Hall of Fame, and Hannah will give the induction speech.
peter abraham | sunday baseball notes
Here’s why Rich Hill wants to pitch as long as he can
The 39-year-old Dodgers lefthander is in the final year of his contract but believes he has plenty left in the tank.
GARY WASHBURN | SUNDAY BASKETBALL NOTES
Isaiah Thomas’s story is a lesson for NBA stars
Thomas’s willingness to play injured during the 2017 postseason aggravated a hip problem that cost him a shot at a max contract.
kevin paul dupont | sunday hockey notes
How to improve the NHL’s product? Dress more skaters
The league would do well to borrow from the European leagues that dress 20 skaters as opposed to the NHL’s 18.
John Powers | Olympics
Americans should prosper at 2020 Summer Games
The US had a 121-medal haul in Rio in 2016, and with four new sports the prospects look better for the Americans in Tokyo.
An improbable dream comes true for overlooked player on 1967 Red Sox
The Red Sox recently presented the family of the late Ken Poulsen an AL Championship ring.
TOUR DE FRANCE
Simon Yates takes Stage 15; Thibault Pinot gains ground
Simon Yates posted a second stage win, and Thibaut Pinot gained more time on overall leader Julian Alaphilippe.
Katie Ledecky loses first major swim final in six years
‘‘This stings a little,’’ the 22-year-old Ledecky said. ‘‘It’s not what I'm used to.’’
Even at 40, Manny Pacquiao keeps pounding out wins
From his first-round knockdown punches to his tenacious 12th-round finish, Pacquiao won an impressive split decision over Keith Thurman.
Projecting the 2019-20 Bruins depth chart: mid-July edition
Here’s a look at what the opening night lineup could look like, with as many factors as reasonably possible considered.
Chris Kelly returns as player development coordinator
A Q&A with Cathy Engelbert, the WNBA’s first commissioner
The former Deloitte chief executive is ready to usher in a new era in women’s professional basketball.
In landing Kemba Walker and Enes Kanter, Celtics rebounded in an instant
Danny Ainge said the team always planned on landing the All-Star guard and free agent center.
Kanter can’t resist taking a shot at Kyrie Irving
ALEX SPEIER | MINOR DETAILS
An umpire’s son is making a striking impression as a Red Sox prospect
Thad Ward, a fifth-round pick in 2018, has impressed in his first full season in the organization.
Boston College eager to improve on seven-win season in 2018
BC coach Steve Addazio told media at the ACC’s Kickoff competing for a league title was next step for Eagles.
Brian Gionta, Mathias Kiwanuka to be inducted into Boston College Hall of Fame
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Here are the Globe All-Scholastics for the spring season
The Globe salutes the region's best high school athletes and coaches in eight spring sports.
Final Globe Top 20 rankings for the spring season
North Andover finished No. 1 in baseball after becoming the first No. 8 seed to win the Super 8 tournament.
Results from the spring state high school championships
MIAA championship trophies were awarded in baseball, softball, lacrosse, tennis, rugby, and boys’ volleyball.
Best of Globe Sports
What is a hockey player doing on the field during Red Sox games at Fenway Park?
Goaltender/ball attendant Katie Burt patrols the outfield lines, doing what she does best: stopping fast-moving objects.
‘I got lucky, man.’ Dennis Eckersley on surviving his tough times
The outspoken Red Sox broadcaster and Hall of Famer talks about getting through his worst moments and why baseball has never lost its joy.
Riding along on Sam Mewis’s whirlwind World Cup victory tour
Stan Grossfeld joined the US women’s soccer team star during a recent visit to her home state, where she enjoyed a hero’s welcome.
Twenty years ago, Ted Williams made Fenway All-Star Game one for the ages
July 13, 1999, was a night the greatest assemblage of baseball talent ever gathered on one diamond.
John Farrell goes lobstering
The former Red Sox skipper is happily pursuing his other passion, which he calls “a lifelong dream.”
Kevin Paul Dupont
Former Bruin Geoff Courtnall was saved, and now he wants to save others, too
A call from Cam Neely helped Courtnall get his life back. He and his siblings have built a mental health center to help bring others back from the brink.
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