Momentum swing – Peter Abraham has Andrew Miller with another strong start leading the way for the Red Sox.
J.D. Drew may be many things, but a bust isn’t one of them – From the weekend, Nick Underhill explains why J.D. Drew was a home run signing for Theo Epstein. John Tomase agrees that Drew makes the Red Sox better.
This time, Reddick seizing his chance in big leagues – Tim Britton has Josh Reddick making the most of his latest opportunity in the majors.
Jonathan Papelbon. Justin Masterson. Daniel Bard. Now Andrew Miller? – Rob Bradford says that Andrew Miller could end up being one of the Red Sox most important pitchers in 2011.
World Series hero Millar embraces his role as beloved Boston athlete – David Willis talks to Kevin Millar about his cult status in Boston.
Crawford appears on-track for return in Houston – The ProJo Red Sox Journal has Carl Crawford hoping to return to action in his home town. The CSNNE.com notes from Maureen Mullen have Darnell McDonald getting the last laugh on his cousin yesterday. The Globe notes from Peter Abraham have JD Drew having to leave the game with an eye injury. The Herald notebook from Scott Lauber has the Pirates aiming at Dustin Pedroia’s head all afternoon.
Bird may look to slow pace – Julian Benbow in the Globe has a feature on Larry Bird, who will be honored at The Tradition tomorrow night.
Solid draft strengthens Bruins’ core – Steve Conroy has the Bruins feeling good about their draft.
Different paths for Johnson and Moore – Jessica Camerato has a feature on the Celtics two draft picks and how their different pasts have brought them to the same point.
Cure in second opinion – Steve Bulpett was originally underwhelmed by the selection of JaJuan Johnson, but now thinks the Celtics got a steal.