Isaiah Thomas spent this summer making many changes to his lifestyle. But while smaller guards have never had long careers in the NBA, could that mean that these changes could lead to possibly the largest contract extension ever given out by the Boston Celtics in 2018?
The Boston Red Sox (92-65) saw their 11-game winning streak end at the hands of the New York Yankees (81-76) on Tuesday night. David Price surrendered six runs on 12 hits in the loss, and David Ortiz left seven men on base to postpone the clinch party.
Tonight the Boston Red Sox (92-64) send out David Price (3.91, 17-8) to the mound as they look to clinch the American League East with a win tonight over Luis Cessa (4.30 ERA, 4-3) and the New York Yankees (80-76).
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Paul Pierce announced that he will retire after the 2016-17 season. Pierce lead the Celtics to the 2008 NBA Championship as Finals MVP.
Eduardo Rodriguez (3-7, 4.68) may have recorded eleven straight outs with strikeouts of Tampa Bay Rays (65-90) en route to a major league record for his team, but the Boston Red Sox (92-64) bullpen allowed the Rays to tie the game at two in the eighth to deny him a share of Boston’s eleventh straight win. Boston completed their third consecutive sweep with a chaotic play at the plate during the tenth as Dustin Pedroia evaded a tag at home plate to score the go-ahead run on a David Ortiz double for a 3-2 Boston victory.
On a tragic day for baseball, the Boston Red Sox (91-64) and Tampa Bay Rays (65-89) are mourning a fallen star player before concluding their season series on Sunday afternoon. Here are the starting lineups, pregame notes, and daily links for September 25, 2016.
Dustin Pedroia hit his fourth grand slam of his career and second of the season in the seventh inning to propel the Boston Red Sox (91-64) to their 10th straight victory and postseason berth with a 6-4 win over the Tampa Bay Rays (65-89) at the Trop.
The surging Boston Red Sox (90-64) are two games away from clinching a playoff berth as Rick Porcello (21-4, 3.08) faces off against Matt Andriese (8-7, 4.41) and the Tampa Bay Rays (65-88).
With a 3-0 record, we take a look at how the Patriots dominated the Texans and what they need to do to get the last win of the 4 games without Tom Brady.
David Ortiz’ first inning bomb held up as the Boston Red Sox (90-64) eked out a one-run win over the Tampa Bay Rays (65-88) on Friday night.
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