Associate Editor

Stan Grossfeld

Grossfeld is a writer, editor, and photographer for the Sports section. In 1984, he won his first Pulitzer Prize for photographs of the people of Lebanon. In 1985, Grossfeld won again for his images of starvation in Ethiopia and illegal aliens on the border of Mexico.

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In a Newton front yard, Sandy Koufax stands tall

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An amateur sculptor has immortalized his boyhood hero in bronze.

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How the ’67 Red Sox’ ‘Impossible Dream’ ignited baseball fever

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Fifty years ago, the team couldn’t raise anyone’s temperature. Then a pennant win and a Series heartbreaker changed everything.

Remembering the ’67 Red Sox ‘Impossible Dream’ season

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In the basement of a Canton home is a dusty yellow Kodak box that hasn’t been opened in a half a century. Inside lies buried treasure, the 1967 Red Sox “Impossible Dream” season captured in 4,000 black-and-white negatives. It was the year that forever changed baseball in Boston, and Frank O’Brien was just a rookie Globe sports photographer who captured it all. Read the story

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Memories are all that’s left of Houston Astrodome

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The Astrodome is now used for storage, but it’s being converted into an event center.