Boston’s Mike Napoli lands on his head and misses a catch in foul territory.
BOSTON — Terry Francona knew he couldn’t sneak into Boston for the first time managing a team other than the Red Sox.
Dante Booker became the third linebacker in the 2014 Ohio State recruiting class yesterday, picking the Buckeyes over Notre Dame.
After leaving Ohio State with a season of eligibility remaining, Deshaun Thomas said he was confident he could persuade NBA scouts that he should be drafted in the first round on June 27 and not the second.
Based on my unofficial readings, a shift of historic proportions is occurring in Ohio sports circles. LeBron James, aka the Great Satan, doesn’t seem to be a villain anymore.
MINNEAPOLIS — A loser of seven of its past nine games, the Ohio State baseball team was looking for any way to scratch out a victory yesterday at Target Field.
The rain that delayed last night’s game between the Clippers and Syracuse Chiefs for 61 minutes left behind enough wind to fly a kite from Huntington Park to the Gulf of Mexico — if the kite had enough string.
CINCINNATI — A 7-2 trip left the Reds with the third-best record in baseball through Wednesday, and the players’ reward was a day off yesterday before a three-game series beginning tonight against the Chicago Cubs at Great American Ball Park.
The Pirates’ Andrew McCutchen scores ahead of the tag of Cubs catcher Welington Castillo.
Pirates 4, Cubs 2 : Andrew McCutchen had three hits and two RBI yesterday to lead host Pittsburgh to its fourth straight victory.
Henrik Lundqvist, batting away a puck in the first period, had 37 saves for the Rangers.
Rangers 4, Bruins 3, OT: Chris Kreider steered in a pass from Rick Nash 7:03 into overtime, and New York remained in the Stanley Cup playoffs with a victory over visiting Boston last night.
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Former Ohio State wide receiver Ray Small, who spent almost his entire Buckeye career (2006-2009) in Jim Tressel’s doghouse and even suspended a couple of time for repeatedly violating team rules, recently recorded a cell-phone video apology. In the two-part video, Small repeatedly apologizes to friends, family, former teammates and coaches, and Buckeye Nation. Click on the headline to see for yourself.