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LeBron James is getting into the soccer business, aligning with the owners of the Boston Red Sox.
Fenway Park is all dressed up and ready for its 100th birthday party.
LeBron James is going into business with the Boston Red Sox.
Doris Kearns Goodwin has read a lot of upbeat material about American presidents, but some of the entries on the White House website were so sunny that they reminded her of the happy talk at Boston Red Sox games.
On HBO's "Real Time with Bill Maher," filmmaker Julian Schnabel said his controversial new feature "Miral" "actually shows Palestinians how we wish they would be: peaceful." Dear reader, I think Mr. Schnabel has stumbled upon a ritual that could prove even more transcendentally beneficial than yoga meditation.
The Boston Red Sox have dropped Carl Crawford in their batting order, moving their new $142 million man from third to seventh in the order.
Rangers second baseman Ian Kinsler has become the first player ever to hit leadoff homers in each of his team's first two games.
Former Boston Red Sox general manager Lou Gorman has died at 82.
Former Boston Red Sox general manager Lou Gorman, the architect of the team that came within one strike of winning the 1986 World Series, died early Friday morning of congestive heart failure. He was 82.