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The Arizona Fall League wrapped up its season on Sunday, and Red Sox prospect Triston Casas finished the fall as one of the league’s biggest standouts.

Some time in the fourth quarter of the back-and-forth Sunday Night Football game between the L.A. Chargers and Pittsburgh Steelers, a well-known NFL insider tweeted out:

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Since he was first hired — and then re-hired — as manager of the Boston Red Sox, Alex Cora has seemingly always known what buttons to push.

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Baseball faces some big challenges. Games are longer, the tempo is slower and there are too many uncompetitive teams with no shot at sniffing the playoffs despite adding the Wild Card games.

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Eduardo Rodriguez was feeling it. After striking out Houston star Carlos Correa to wrap up his excellent ALCS outing, he walked off the mound tapping his wrist, a mocking reference to the Astro star's "it's my time" celebration.

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — Throughout Dont’a Hightower’s nine seasons in New England, the veteran linebacker said the identity of the Patriots’ defense has always been predicated on two things — being physical and stopping the run.

What do the Buffalo Bills, Baltimore Ravens, Pittsburgh Steelers and Kansas City Chiefs have in common?

A lot is made about winning the offseason. Teams that make the biggest splash earn the headlines and go into the new season with heightened expectations. But those teams don't always enjoy the most on-field success, sometimes the clubs that fly under the radar emerge as the real winners in the end.

When Chaim Bloom took over as Chief Baseball Officer of the Boston Red Sox, one of the first orders of business was to tear down the roster to help shore up the organization's barren farm system. Since then Bloom has brought in dozens of prospects through trades, some of whom the team hopes will make an impact on the big league roster down the road. How are those players doing so far? Here's where everyone stands after the 2021 season.


RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Frederik Andersen made 33 saves for his first shutout with Carolina, giving the Hurricanes their best six-game start in franchise history with a 3-0 win over the Boston Bruins on Thursday night.

The 2021 season is in the books, and now it's time to look back on the year that was. Yesterday we handed out grades for the Red Sox position players, and today we'll do the same for the pitchers. Again, all names are listed in alphabetical order by position.

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LOS ANGELES — If most of the Los Angeles Chargers are trying to put last year’s 45-0 loss to the New England Patriots behind them, cornerback Chris Harris Jr. has no intentions of letting that happen.

The 2021 season is in the books, and what a season it was. The Red Sox vastly exceeded expectations to go from a last-place 2020 to an appearance in the American League Championship Series. But how did each individual player do? This week we're handing out our grades for 2021, starting today with the position players. We'll have the pitchers grades on Friday. All names listed in alphabetical order by position.

Tom Brady had one memento he wanted back from a fan in the stands and one he wanted to give his biggest little fan after his latest historic performance.

FOXBOROUGH — There are three options in breaking down what really happened at Gillette Stadium early Sunday afternoon, a 54-13 win by your New England Patriots:

Chinese broadcaster and NBA partner Tencent is not showing current or archived Boston Celtics games on its platforms, in apparent response to comments that Celtics center Enes Kanter made to advocate Tibetan independence.

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The Red Sox have gotten plenty of offense since the American League Championship Series began. Through the first five games they have scored 28 runs on 40 hits against the Astros, so you can't say the lineup hasn't been productive.

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BOSTON – I gave Red Sox first baseman Kyle Schwarber a multiple choice question, really two choices, about 90 minutes before Game 4 of the Red Sox-Astros ALCS.

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If I had a nickel for every blown loss by the New England Patriots defense at the end of games, I’d have 15 cents.

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HOUSTON — When the Red Sox lost Game 1 on Friday, it was because they couldn’t capitalize on their chances, let Houston hang around too long and ultimately paid the price.

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FOXBOROUGH -- Jimmy Johnson, 50 years old at the time, stood up on a table to address his NFC Championship Dallas Cowboys squad after finally knocking out the conference giant, the San Francisco 49ers, 30-20.

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The Red Sox and Astros are set to face off in this week's American League Championship Series. It will be Houston's fifth straight trip to the ALCS and Boston's first since facing the Astros en route to the 2018 World Series title. What should fans expect over the coming days? Here are 10 things to know ahead of Friday night's Game 1.

Tom Brady has a boo-boo. Well, a bit more than that: Brady’s right hand — the one he throws with — was wrapped up earlier this week after he injured it while demolishing Miami’s defense on Sunday.

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