- Lugo hits 2-run HR in Red Sox alumni game
- Red Sox's Betts day-to-day with side tightness
- Green, starting in place of hurt Love, scores 19
- Pedroia hitless in return to Red Sox lineup
LeBron James scored 35 points with 15 rebounds and nine assists on Sunday night to earn an eighth straight trip to the NBA Finals, leading the Cleveland Cavaliers to an 87-79 victory over the Boston Celtics in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals.
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Prized rookie Ronald Acuna Jr. took a high-flying tumble while beating out an infield hit, exiting with knee and lower back pain Sunday as the Atlanta Braves beat the Boston Red Sox 7-1.
Julio Lugo hit a two-run home run on Sunday for the only runs in a Red Sox alumni game at Fenway Park before Boston faced the Atlanta Braves.
Mookie Betts was scratched from the Red Sox's lineup Sunday with tightness in his left side and is considered day-to-day. According to manager Alex Cora, Betts "probably won't play Monday" against the Blue Jays.
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Jeff Green replaced the injured Kevin Love in the Cavaliers' starting lineup for Game 7, scoring 19 points to help Cleveland defeat Boston and reach the NBA Finals for a fourth straight year.
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TD Garden sending a message to the Cavaliers with "Game Face" shirts for fans.