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Boston Red Sox starter Nathan Eovaldi the third pitcher ever to allow five homers in one inning

Boston Red Sox starter Nathan Eovaldi became the third pitcher in major league history to allow five home runs in one inning Tuesday night. In his Fenway Park start against the Houston Astros, Eovaldi lasted just 1.2 innings, allowing eight hits and six earned runs while striking out none. In the second inning, after working a three-up, three-down first, Eovaldi allowed homers to Yuli Gurriel, Michael Brantley, Jeremy Pena, Kyle Tucker and Yordan Alvarez as Houston raced out to a 9-1 lead amid boos from the Boston faithful.
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Jalen Rose Reveals Prediction For Celtics-Heat Game 1

Tuesday night marks the start of the NBA's Eastern Conference Finals between the Celtics and Heat, and ESPN's Jalen Rose is giving out his Game 1 prediction. Celtics at Heat. No Al Horford, no Marcus Smart, for Game 1. I predict the Miami Heat will get it done on their home floor. But, this'll be a long series, a great series, a physical series, a fun series. Don't miss a minute.
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Heat vs. Celtics score: Live NBA playoff updates as Miami hosts Boston in Game 1 of Eastern Conference finals

The Boston Celtics and Miami Heat square off in what will be the fourth playoff series between the two teams since 2010. Their last meeting was in the 2020 Eastern Conference finals, where the Heat won 4-2. Two years later, and they face off again with a trip to the NBA Finals on the line. This time around, however, both teams are considerably different since their last ECF showdown. The action tips off Tuesday night in Miami for Game 1. The Celtics will be without Marcus Smart (foot) and Al Horford (health and safety protocols), while Kyle Lowry is sidelined with a hamstring injury.
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Astros slug way to matching MLB record vs. Red Sox

Beware of the long ball if you're near Fenway Park on Tuesday night. The Houston Astros matched a Major League record by hitting five home runs in a single inning against the Boston Red Sox, teeing off on starter Nathan Eovaldi in the top of the second to flip a one-run deficit into an eight-run lead in the process.
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Astros tag Red Sox pitcher Nathan Eovaldi for five homers in one inning

Nathan Eovaldi will not want to remember Tuesday’s second inning versus the Astros. In it, Houston hit a whopping five home runs. First it was Yordan Alvarez. Then it was Kyle Tucker. It was Jeremy Pena’s turn next. Michael Brantley got in on the fun. Finally, Yuli Gurriel sent Eovadi packing after 1 2/3 innings.
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Astros launch five home runs off Red Sox's Nathan Eovaldi in one inning as team, pitcher make MLB history

Boston Red Sox right-hander Nathan Eovaldi made the wrong kind of history in his start on Tuesday night against the Houston Astros by tying Major League Baseball's record for the most home runs ever allowed in a single inning with five (GameTracker). Eovaldi, who entered the second inning with a 1-0 lead, was removed before he could complete the frame. By the time reliever Tyler Danish trotted to the mound, the Astros were ahead by a 9-1 margin and five baseballs went over the Fenway Park fence.
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Ime Udoka provides Al Horford update ahead of ECF

The Boston Celtics will be short-handed to start the Eastern Conference Finals vs. the Miami Heat. Not only will they be without guard Marcus Smart, who suffered a foot injury in Game 7 vs. the Milwaukee Bucks, but they'll also miss Al Horford. The veteran big man was ruled out for Game 1 due to health and safety protocols.

Watch: Astros rock Eovaldi with 5 HRs in 2nd inning to tie MLB record

The Houston Astros put a historical beatdown on Boston Red Sox right-hander Nathan Eovaldi during Tuesday's game. Yordan Alvarez, Kyle Tucker, Jeremy Pena, Michael Brantley, and Yuli Gurriel went deep in the second inning off Eovaldi to tie an MLB record for most long balls in a single inning:. The...

Sincere Engineer & Covey announce solo co-headlining tour

Sincere Engineer leader Deanna Below and Covey vocalist Tom Freeman have announced a solo co-headlining tour. It runs through July and August in North American, with stops in Phoenix, Los Angeles, Seattle, Denver, Washington DC, Philadelphia, NYC, Boston, Toronto, Detroit, and more. See all dates below. The NYC show is...

Top 5 Most Popular Fried Chicken Restaurants in Worcester, Massachusetts

This list is based on prior customer reviews. This is an extremely casual restaurant where you can have your favorite meal while listening to music. This restaurant is more famous because of its popular chef than its food and the chef’s name is “Rick.” If you are from Worcester and know about the restaurant industry, you must know about him. If so, you can meet him here.

DA Releases Report on Deadly 2021 Police Shooting in Newton

The Middlesex District Attorney's Office has released the results of its investigation into the deadly shooting of a 28-year-old man by police in Newton in January 2021, which clears the officers involved of any criminal wrongdoing in the incident. Michael Conlon, 28, of Newton, was shot after he allegedly entered...

American Federation of Teachers honors Lynn educators

LYNN — Lynn teachers were acknowledged by the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) for their contributions to students during an annual convention in Boston last week.  Erin Sutton, a teacher The post American Federation of Teachers honors Lynn educators appeared first on Itemlive.