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Peter Abraham | On Baseball

If the Red Sox lose a resurgent Chris Sale again, where does the rotation go from here?

Sale was 3-0 with a 2.42 ERA over his last four starts, until Thursday spelled trouble for the lefthander once more. 1 hour ago

WNBA | SUN 89, LYNX 84

Alyssa Thomas smashes franchise assist record in Connecticut Sun victory

Thomas passed Lindsay Whalen’s single-game mark of 13 for the team record before finishing two shy of Courtney Vandersloot’s WNBA record of 18. 1 hour ago


Denver makes it look easy against Miami in NBA Finals opening victory

Denver trailed for all of 34 seconds and eventually led by as many as 24 in winning the franchise's first-ever NBA Finals game in 47 years. 1 hour ago


Chris Cannuscio helps Marblehead hold off furious rally by Somerville in preliminary-round win of Division 2 baseball tournament

The junior righthander roared triumphantly after striking out the final batter to seal a 13-11 win for the No. 29 Magicians (13-8) over No. 36 Somerville (10-11). 2 hours ago


Tom Brady talks about returning to Foxborough, his current relationship with Bill Belichick

"I’ve always felt like I’ve been a member of that organization," Brady said of the Patriots. 2 hours ago

Red Sox 8, Reds 2

Red Sox break out in eighth to avoid being swept by Reds, but Chris Sale exits with sore pitching shoulder

Kiké Hernández belted solo homer in the seventh inning that put the Sox ahead, 2-1. He later added a two-run single in the Sox’ six-run eighth. 2 hours ago


Max Scherzer rips into pitch clock, says umpires want discretion to ‘allow the game to be normal’

Scherzer had praised the clock earlier this season for eliminating dead time, but declared "Why do we have to be so anal about this?" when the between-innings clock denied him a final warmup pitch on Thursday.

MIAA track and field | Meet of Champions

In sweltering conditions, St. John’s Prep’s Nathan Lopez turns up the heat in a record-breaking 2-mile run at the Meet of Champions

The senior broke the tape in 8 minutes, 59.29 seconds, breaking Alberto Salazar's 48-year meet record.