Sox fall to M’s again, 5-3 – Joe Haggerty has the game story for CSNNE.com, which debuts a new format for game coverage, listing out a player of the game, goat, notable quote and other items from the game.
Red Sox just above average this month – Michael Silverman has the Red Sox looking pretty average thus far in August.
Why Ryan Lavarnway became one who didn’t get away from Red Sox – Alex Speier has the Sox unwilling to part with the catching prospect at this season’s trade deadline, and with good reason.
Youkilis back with a bang – Peter Abraham’s notebook has the third baseman getting back into the lineup yesterday and responding with a home run. The Herald notebook from Scott Lauber has Seattle’s David Wright able to relate to what Clay Buchholz is going through with his back. The Red Sox Journal looks at the job done by Matt Albers this season, and why he needed a little rest. The CSNNE.com notes from Joe Haggerty have more on the strange call at second base.
Tom Brady made his first appearance of the season on the Dennis & Callahan Show this morning, and made it clear prior to coming on the air that he would only talk football, not willing or interested in talking about the scandal last week involving Barstool Sports.
When it comes to D-line coaches, Pats’ Johnson is one of the best around – Paul Kenyon looks at what makes Johnson a great coach.
Anderson making a push – Shalise Manza Young has the former Bear making a good impression in his time thus far with the Patriots.
Tire-kicking time for Patriots, rest of NFL – Tom E Curran has the Patriots bringing in a trio of veterans for workouts today, including safety Darren Sharper.
Patriots keeping WR options open – Mike Reiss says that bringing in T.J. Houshmandzadeh is just the Patriots doing their due diligence.
Slater sticks with Patriots – Glen Farley looks at why Matthew Slater keeps sticking around.
Logan Mankins: I’ll earn every cent of deal – Guregian’s notebook has the guard talking about his new deal. The Globe notebook has more from Johnson on Haynesworth. The Patriots Journal has the players reacting to the Corwin Brown situation.