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    NFL Nation TV (3 p.m. ET) gets interactive with predictions

    NFL Nation TV (3 p.m. ET) gets interactive with predictions more

    AFC East Q&A: Was Dolphins’ receiver overhaul a success?

    AFC East Q&A: Was Dolphins’ receiver overhaul a success? more

    Devers, Chavis among 10 top prospect performers Monday

    A couple of Top 10 Red Sox prospects helped Class A Greenville to an 8-7 win over Savannah on Monday. more

    Buchholz bowls ‘em over with charity event

    For Red Sox starter Clay Buchholz, the strikes have come in bunches during an impressive first-half campaign this season. On Monday evening, however, he invited several teammates to try and throw strikes of another variety in the third annual Buchholz Bowl fundraiser. more

    Holt goes from Brock Star to All-Star

    Brock Holt’s emergence from little-known reserve to super-utility man reached a new level on Monday, when he was selected to the American League All-Star team. more

    New England Patriots and cost efficiency a winning combination

    new england patriots and cost efficiency a winning combination more

    Bruins Sign Jimmy Hayes, Brett Connolly, and Brandon DeFazio

    BOSTON BRUINS SIGN FORWARD JIMMY HAYES TO A THREE-YEAR CONTRACT THROUGH THE 2017-18 SEASON; SIGN FORWARD BRETT CONNOLLY TO A ONE-YEAR CONTRACT THROUGH THE 2015-16 SEASON; SIGN FORWARD BRANDON DEFAZIO TO A ONE-YEAR, TWO-WAY CONTRACT THROUGH THE 201… more

    AFC East Q&A: Who has the best pass rush?

    AFC East Q&A: Who has the best pass rush? more

    Bogaerts could rep Red Sox as All-Star reserve

    At 22 years old, shortstop Xander Bogaerts could become the youngest Red Sox player to be an All-Star since Tony Conigliaro (who was also 22) in 1967. The emergence of Bogaerts has certainly been impressive, particularly when you consider the bouts of inconsistency he had last season. more

    Ortiz makes rare start at first to spell Napoli

    For nearly a decade, it was a certainty that David Ortiz would only need his first baseman’s mitt for a road Interleague or World Series game, in which the Red Sox did not have the designated hitter. But things changed on Sunday, as the slugger got the nod at first and the heavily-slumping Mike Napoli was on the bench. more

    Farrell sticking with Porcello to end first half

    With off-days on Monday and Thursday, the Red Sox had the option of bypassing the struggling Rick Porcello until after the All-Star break, but manager John Farrell will give the righty the ball on Wednesday against the Marlins. more

    Quick-hit thoughts around the Patriots, NFL

    Quick-hit thoughts around the Patriots, NFL more

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