The Red Sox and Yankees played until almost 1:00 am last night, going back and forth until Mike Napoli won the game in the bottom of the 11th inning with a solo home run for the 8-7 win.
Napoli’s 11th-inning home run gives Sox 8-7 win – Sean McAdam has a look at an up and down night for the first baseman, who had two home runs, but also two strikeouts and killing a rally by grounding into a double-play with the bases loaded in the eighth.
Red Sox keep good times rolling – Gordon Edes has Napoli ending an “exhausting, exhilarating, maddening, compelling, interminable, sloppy, surprising and dramatic” game with his homer.
Talented Rays a big test for the Red Sox – Nick Cafardo has the red-hot Rays coming into Fenway looking for some payback.
Extension rumors show Red Sox, Pedey meant to last – Michael Silverman looks at what the possible long-term extension means.
Clay Buchholz to meet Dr. James Andrews – Pete Abraham’s notebook has the Sox pitcher going to see the specialist. Buchholz, the faker, is likely looking to see if a burning desire to win can be surgically implanted into himself.
Things to watch at Patriots camp – With New England starting training camp at the end of this week, Mike Reiss takes a look at some things to look out for.
Counting out the Pats after a tumultuous offseason? You might want to rethink that – The new Peter King website, themmqb.com launched today, and former Globe NFL writer Greg A Bedard has his first piece up this morning, a look at the Patriots ability to and history of blocking out distractions.