The former MVP says the next step for Jones is proving he can consistently make "off-platform throws, or throws when guys are in your face."
- Matsuzaka 'content' to retire, surprised by Ichiro
- Red Sox ship Renfroe to Brewers, get back JBJ
- Veteran lefty Hill joins Red Sox on 1-year deal
- Sources: Paxton, Red Sox agree to 1 year, $10M
— Steven Stamkos scored at 1:31 of overtime, and the Tampa Bay Lighting bounced back after blowing a two-goal lead on Saturday night, beating the Boston Bruins 3-2.
— Javante McCoy had a season-high 27 points as Boston University narrowly beat Binghamton 68-63 on Saturday.
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Daisuke Matsuzaka, saying he was "content" to end his 23-year professional baseball, was surprised by an appearance from Ichiro Suzuki during his retirement ceremony.
— Noah Fernandes had 24 points as UMass topped Harvard 87-77 on Saturday.
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The speedy receiver, who is at his best after the catch, says he is "getting more confident" as the Patriots find unique ways to get him the ball.
— Donovan Mitchell had 34 points and six assists to lead the Utah Jazz over the Boston Celtics 137-130 Friday night.
— Jahmyl Telfort had 18 points to lead five Northeastern players in double figures as the Huskies narrowly beat Colgate 74-69 on Friday night.
— James Karnik had 17 points and tied his career high with 13 rebounds, Quinten Post scored 13 points and Boston College never trailed in its 73-57 win over Notre Dame on Friday night in the Atlantic Coast Conference opener for both teams.
Boston shipped outfielder Hunter Renfroe to Milwaukee for Jackie Bradley Jr. and prospects Alex Binelas and David Hamilton.
Maybe offenses need a spark or wish to take advantage of overaggressive defenses. Whatever the reason for non-QB passes, they're a big play waiting to happen.
The NFL's annual #MyCauseMyCleats weekend has arrived. NFL players will do some good with their feet this week and look to help some worthy causes.
With a quarter of the season in the books, it's time to check in on the races for all the major individual awards.
Dallas took another step in its bid to win the NFC East, while New Orleans' playoff chances took a hit. Here is the current postseason outlook after Thursday night's game.
— Jeremy Swayman made 42 saves, Jake DeBrusk and Brandon Carlo scored, and the Boston Bruins beat the Nashville Predators 2-0 Thursday night.
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Rookie kicker Quinn Nordin went unclaimed on waivers, and the expectation is that he will now sign with the Patriots practice squad. Veteran Nick Folk has arguably been the AFC's best kicker this season, giving the Patriots reliability and clutch performance, but Nordin adds insurance as Folk manages a left knee injury. Potentially losing Nordin on waivers after spending time developing him over the spring/training camp would have been a blow to the team.
Oklahoma plummeted after Lincoln Riley departed, and Notre Dame looks to stay in the top five after losing Brian Kelly to LSU.