BASEBALL

PawSox players in the dugout in 2014.
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Worcester is making a serious pitch to be the new home of the top minor league team for the Boston Red Sox. But the Paw Sox of Pawtucket may have other plans. 

Mascot "Paws" greets visitors to McCoy Stadium in Pawtucket, Rhode Island.
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Worcester, Massachusetts, is sharpening its bid to lure the Pawtucket Red Sox to Central Massachusetts. The PawSox are the Triple-A affiliate of the Boston Red Sox.

Jamil Ragland lives in Hartford's north end.
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My 10-year-old son Gabriel loves baseball. When I received free tickets to a game at Dunkin' Donuts stadium this May, I pushed aside my feelings of hypocrisy and took him out to the old ball game.

Red Sox Bid Farewell To John Farrell

Oct 11, 2017
Red Sox Manager John Farrell, during a game in Baltimore in June 2013.
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The Boston Red Sox have fired manager John Farrell after the team's second straight loss in the American League Division Series.

Report: Red Sox Used Apple Watch To Steal Yankees' Signs

Sep 5, 2017
In this photo from 2014, the Red Sox hosted the Yankees at Fenway Park.
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The Boston Red Sox have reportedly admitted to Major League Baseball that they improperly used electronic devices to steal signs from their longtime rival New York Yankees.

The New York Times reported Tuesday the Red Sox used a high-tech watch to relay signs by the Yankees catchers during a series last month at Fenway Park.

In this photo from 2014, the Red Sox hosted the Yankees at Fenway Park.
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With the second half of Major League Baseball's season now well underway, things are starting to get interesting in the American League East. 

Toni Stone meeting her idol, boxer Joe Louis, c.1949.
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The Red Sox open the season Monday against the Pittsburgh Pirates. Fans will head to Fenway for the 2:05 p.m. first pitch. Commentator Martha Ackmann says one of baseball's greatest fans was a player you've probably never heard of.