Kansas City holds on after scoring four runs in the first three innings off Red Sox starter John Lackey.
Jason Dufner bogeyed the final two holes for a 2-under 68 that was good enough to hold off the 2003 U.S. Open champion.
Portland's relief troubles continue – this time a 5-1 lead in the eighth turns into a 6-5 setback.
He hopes to be golf's next 40-something winner, after Phil Mickelson's British Open victory last month.
The Olympic champion once again holds every major sprinting title.
Ryan Reid hopes for another shot in the majors
Jim Furyk sinks two big putts on Saturday to take a one-shot lead over Jason Dufner.
It's been a star-crossed career for the one-time No. 1 selection, but he may yet have his day in the sun.
Tom Brady is the unquestioned leader of the New England Patriots, and Tim Tebow is just looking to keep his job.
Bill Belichick won't base all his personnel moves on the result of a preseason win over the Eagles.
The new coach notes signs of progress aplenty for the team that finished 2-14 last year.
As a receiver or kickoff returner, the rookie from Tennessee shows he's not so raw after all.
Bowie rallies against Matt Maloney, and David Ross of the Red Sox appears as the Portland DH.