Gerrit Cole loses focus after bad call as Yankees fall to Rays, 3-1

ST. PETERSBURG — The frustration was obvious and ultimately dangerous. Gerrit Cole had cruised through the first five innings and thought he’d gotten through the sixth when a questionable call by the home plate umpire visibly frustrated him. It unraveled from there. The Rays rallied for three runs in the final three innings to come… Continue reading Gerrit Cole loses focus after bad call as Yankees fall to Rays, 3-1

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Jacob deGrom says he’s feeling great, but knows he needs to play it safe

Jacob deGrom found himself in a familiar situation, surrounded by reporters before a game at Citi Field. The ailing pitcher, who’s been working his way back from a stress reaction in his right scapula, wasn’t gearing up for a start. But he was fielding questions for the first time since the start of the season.… Continue reading Jacob deGrom says he’s feeling great, but knows he needs to play it safe

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50 years later, MLB keeps promise to late Sanford POW’s family | Commentary

Sadly, we too often become numb to sports teams and leagues who honor our troops in a variety of ways, whether it’s discounted admission on Military Appreciation Night or an invitation for veterans to stand and be recognized by the crowd or, of course, the traditional military flyover that often comes at the end of… Continue reading 50 years later, MLB keeps promise to late Sanford POW’s family | Commentary

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What $1.4 million could have paid for at BPS if it weren’t for constant turnover in superintendents

The nearly $1.5 million the city has spent just in the last four years due to the turnover in school superintendents would have been better spent on guidance counselors, libraries, improvements to school facilities and myriad other things, parents and education advocates said Saturday. A Herald payroll analysis found that severance pay, search firm fees… Continue reading What $1.4 million could have paid for at BPS if it weren’t for constant turnover in superintendents

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Mastrodonato: Nathan Eovaldi’s complete game proof that Red Sox need to ride their starting pitchers

The Red Sox have now accomplished something no other team has thus far this year. The same team that seemed determined to remove its starting pitchers before facing a lineup a third time is suddenly letting their starting pitchers dig deep. Nathan Eovaldi tossed a complete game on Saturday as the Sox knocked off the… Continue reading Mastrodonato: Nathan Eovaldi’s complete game proof that Red Sox need to ride their starting pitchers

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Trinitarios gang member operating in Lawrence area sentenced to 11 years for gun trafficking, fentanyl

A Trinitarios street gang member caught up in a November 2019 law enforcement sweep of the Greater Lawrence area will serve 11 years behind bars for his role in trafficking in arms, ammunition, cocaine and fentanyl. Arismendy “Flow” Gil-Padilla, 32, of Methuen, was sentenced Thursday in federal court in Boston by Judge Denise J. Casper… Continue reading Trinitarios gang member operating in Lawrence area sentenced to 11 years for gun trafficking, fentanyl

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Gerrit Cole loses focus after bad call as Yankees fall to Rays, 3-1

ST. PETERSBURG — The frustration was obvious and ultimately dangerous. Gerrit Cole had cruised through the first five innings and thought he’d gotten through the sixth when a questionable call by the home plate umpire visibly frustrated him. It unraveled from there. The Rays rallied for three runs in the final three innings to come… Continue reading Gerrit Cole loses focus after bad call as Yankees fall to Rays, 3-1

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Jacob deGrom says he’s feeling great, but knows he needs to play it safe

Jacob deGrom found himself in a familiar situation, surrounded by reporters before a game at Citi Field. The ailing pitcher, who’s been working his way back from a stress reaction in his right scapula, wasn’t gearing up for a start. But he was fielding questions for the first time since the start of the season.… Continue reading Jacob deGrom says he’s feeling great, but knows he needs to play it safe

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50 years later, MLB keeps promise to late Sanford POW’s family | Commentary

Sadly, we too often become numb to sports teams and leagues who honor our troops in a variety of ways, whether it’s discounted admission on Military Appreciation Night or an invitation for veterans to stand and be recognized by the crowd or, of course, the traditional military flyover that often comes at the end of… Continue reading 50 years later, MLB keeps promise to late Sanford POW’s family | Commentary

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