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ESPN MLB Analyst Jessica Mendoza Reveals Who Is the 'Best Team in Baseball' (Exclusive)

The 2022 MLB season is getting close to the halfway point, and several teams are making a push to win a world championship. As of right now, which team has the best chance to win the World Series? PopCulture.com exclusively spoke to ESPN MLB analyst Jessica Mendoza, who said the New York Yankees have the best chance to win it all. But she also has her eye on the Boston Red Sox.
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MLB Power Rankings: Red Sox crack top 10, Astros ascend

It was a wild week in Major League Baseball in which we saw the two best teams in the American League square off in the Bronx. What resulted was the best series of the year thus far and could likely wind up being the best series of the season when all is said and done. Ultimately, the Astros and Yankees ended up splitting an intense series in which Houston even no-hit the Yankees for the first time since 2003.
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Avery Johnson suggests Boston Celtics replace Marcus Smart with 2020 NBA Draft first-round PG

According to retired NBA/college basketball coach-turned-analyst Avery Johnson, the Boston Celtics are not in good hands with Marcus Smart in the driver’s seat of the offense. Speaking on CBS Sports HQ, Johnson suggested that the Cs trade for 2020 first-round draft pick (No. 13 overall) and current New Orleans Pelicans point guard Kira Lewis Jr. and shift Smart to a position other than point guard.
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Winchester man ready to ride Pan Mass Challenge for wife fighting rare cancer

WINCHESTER -- David Morse of Winchester is ready to ride the Pan-Mass Challenge with his wife on his mind and in his heart.Not long after the pandemic started in 2020, David's wife Sue noticed something wrong with her tongue."It came out of nowhere," Sue told WBZ-TV."She looked in the mirror one day and couldn't stick her tongue out straight," David elaborated. "And asked me if I could stick my tongue out straight and I said yeah I can."With the world at a standstill, the couple used telehealth to contact doctors and then an in-person visit followed.And with the love of...
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Family devastated after cat is lost at Logan Airport

BOSTON - For a military couple stationed in Germany 16 years ago, landing at Logan Airport last week was supposed to be a happy homecoming. "My four kids will come up for the Fourth of July and I'll see all the four grandkids. Two of them I haven't been able to meet because of COVID," explained Patty Sahli. But in the move back to be with family, one member - was literally lost. "Yeah, it's kind of a nightmare. It's a cat, we love her," Patty said, sadly. Lufthansa said that when unloading the flight Friday, "Rowdy" got out of her carrier. "At first we...
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BPD Officers Arrest Suspect Following Recovery of Loaded Firearm and Drugs During Investigation in Roxbury

The information and images contained in this article may be delayed due to the FOIA and public records guidelines which allow departments and government agencies to take up-to multiple months to fulfill requests such as providing booking photos or documents. The inculded reports have been redacted by both BPD as well as Live Boston Staff for reasons of investigatory purpose as well as officer safety.
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Kyrie Irving opts in with Nets

BOSTON -- In the latest episode of "As Kyrie's World Turns," Kyrie Irving reversed course and opted into the final year of his contract with the Brooklyn Nets.For the majority of Monday it sounded like Irving was set to either opt out of his deal or force a trade somewhere. But the mercurial guard opted in Monday evening, settling for his $36.5 million payday from Brooklyn."Normal people keep the world going, but those who dare to be different lead us into tomorrow," Irving told Shams Charania of The Athletic.That is how Irving saw his move. ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski painted the...
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Ex-Celtics Star Bashed Kyrie Irving Before Guard Opted In With Nets

Kyrie Irving might have received a reality check before making the latest decision about his NBA future. The Nets seemingly were prepared to let Irving walk if he wasn’t willing to sign his player option for the 2022-23 season. The star point guard reportedly gave Brooklyn a list of preferred landing spots amid his uncertain future, and the organization apparently gave Irving permission to seek out potential sign-and-trade opportunities around the league.
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Tomase: Outfield remains a Red Sox need; here are five possible fits

The trade deadline needs of the Red Sox have seemed obvious for months: bullpen, bullpen, and bullpen. But what if that's no longer the case?. With Chris Sale's return looming and Nathan Eovaldi and Garrett Whitlock expected off the injured list, the Red Sox suddenly could have options in relief, and that's before considering how willing they'll be to push some of their top prospects.
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