Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Patriots WR Malcolm Mitchell discusses how sitting out the 2017 season with a knee injury relates to his message to kids about overcoming adversity through reading, and how he is focused on being ready football-wise for organized team activities.

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Sources: Red Sox to unveil Martinez Monday

The Red Sox and free agent slugger J.D. Martinez appear to be ready to officially announce his addition to the team's lineup, with ESPN sources and multiple reports saying a news conference has been scheduled for Monday morning.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Sources tell me that the Red Sox could hold a presser for JD Martínez tomorrow morning. The latest I have heard is that they are very close and that "it could happen around 9am tomorrow." We've has a few false starts, but just keeping you posted on the latest I have heard.

Greg Wyshynski ESPN 

"When they first asked me [for my list], I wasn't going to hold them hostage or anything like that. But I wanted to go to a place that wanted me and that had a great chance to win, and I think Boston fits those two things perfectly." – Rick Nash on his trade to the Boston Bruins, whom he said were atop the trade list he handed the NY Rangers. He was in the lineup for the Bruins on Sunday against Buffalo, on a line with Jake DeBrusk and David Krejci.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Although Red Sox manager Alex Cora declined Saturday to name an Opening Day starter, there's no suspense over the status of Eduardo Rodriguez and Steven Wright. Both pitchers will almost certainly begin the season on the disabled list as they recover from knee surgery, Cora told reporters today. Hector Velazquez, Roenis Elias and Brian Johnson are candidates for the fifth-starter spot, which will come up April 2 at the Marlins.

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Trade grades: Rangers get high marks for Nash trade

One of the biggest dominoes at the 2018 NHL trade deadline fell on Sunday morning, as the Rangers shipped the veteran power forward to Boston in exchange for a package of picks, players and a prospect. Who came out ahead?

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