For years, during rain delays and winter evenings, NESN has re-played the “Mother’s Day Miracle” from 2007.

After last night, they’ve got another option to replay, as the Red Sox trailed 6-0 heading into the bottom of the 6th inning. The Red Sox rallied scoring eight runs over the final four innings, capped by an Adrian Gonzalez two-run double off the wall to win the game 8-7 in the bottom of the ninth. Get all the coverage at

Adrian Gonzalez has Red Sox surging – Steven Krasner has the Red Sox with the right man at the plate in the right moment. Rob Bradford says that the Gonzalez at-bat sent a message – in more ways than one. Michael Vega doesn’t want to overlook the contributions of Kevin Youkilis last night.

Feel-good win familiar – John Tomase says that with a few more games like last night, the glory days will be here once again.

Lackey put on disabled list – Peter Abraham has the Red Sox putting the struggling righty on the DL. The CSNNE notes from Danny Picard and Maureen Mullen have more on Lackey, as does the Herald notebook from Scott Lauber. Tim Wakefield will get the start tonight.

Tyler Seguin ready to power up – Joe McDonald says that the rookie may finally get his chance on the power play tonight.

Ice flow – Fluto Shinzawa has Patrice Bergeron practicing without contact yesterday, putting him closer to a return to action.

Rich Peverley, Chris Kelly at center of changes – Rich Thompson has the midseason acquisitions coming up big in the postseason for the Bruins.

Tyler Seguin may join PP – Steve Conroy’s notebook has more on the rookie getting his chance. The Globe notebook from Fluto Shinzawa has Peverley hoping to atone for a bad shift in game one.

Best options for the retooling Celtics – Peter May runs down some affordable free-agent options that might help the Celtics.

Doc swayed by players – Mark Murphy has the Celtics coach expanding on his reasons for returning.

Bledsoe’s career comes full circle with induction into Patriots’ Hall – Christopher Price has the former Patriots QB a little emotion after receiving the honor from the Patriots. Mike Reiss and Karen Guregian have more on Bledsoe’s emotions.

Lockout alters Bill Belichick’s plan – Ian Rapoport has the Patriots coach doing what he can to prepare for the season -whenever it begins.

Court sides with NFL on lockout – Greg A Bedard has the owners picking up a win in court yesterday.


2 thoughts on “Orioles Big Lead Gonzo In End

  1. Kevin Paul DuPont excoriated Bruins' fans the other day for their 'Seguin fetish.' Of course, DuPont looks foolish today. He needs to be called out. Of course Seguin needs development and does have weaknesses; Every Bruins fans knows this. But DuPont played his 'smarter than thou' card when he lambasted fans quite pointedly. It is poetic justice that Seguin is talk of the town this morning.


  2. I know that hockey experts who are much more knowledgeable than I have said that Seguin is "terrible in his own end" and can still be a liability on the ice. That said, I've been watching this team fail in the post-season for 35+ years now because they simply have not had enough offensive firepower to keep up with the Canadiens (late 70s), Oilers (late 80s/early 90s) and Penguins (early 90s) of the world (that's been partly due to Jacobs' refusal to spend enough money in the pre-salary cap past, but I digress). If Seguin can boost their offensive production, I say that Julien needs to put up with the flaws in Seguin's game, because the team simply needs to score more goals. That's very apparent after allowing 10 goals in two games against this speedy Tampa Bay team.


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