Boston's last game at Fenway was a 4-2 loss on Sept. 26, 2012. Six months later, opening day at home – so much has changed.
Sea Dogs righthander Matt Barnes, the top-rated Red Sox pitching prospect, struggled in his short Double-A debut.
A second brilliant start by Clay Buchholz. A clutch homer by Daniel Nava. And suddenly the Red Sox are 5-2, their best start in seven years.
Loyal fans returned to Fenway on Monday to welcome a new team, a new manager and a new era following a stretch of disappointing seasons.
University President Robert Barchi says he wants any instances of bullying or homophobic language to be reported immediately.
Brandon Bass, who has earned the confidence of his teammates, scores 20 to lead the Celts at home.
Allie Clement, McAuley's standout guard, learns the extent of an injury that hindered her this season.
Portland has a three-game winning streak snapped, while Springfield wraps up a division title.
Will Middlebrooks leads the hit parade with three blasts as the Red Sox win a 13-0 rout at Toronto.