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Morning Sports Update: David Ortiz has a message for critics of bat flipping

David Ortiz told the Boston Globe: “Babe Ruth used to say, ‘I’m going deep to right field now,’ and get it done.” Tony Gutierrez/AP

David Ortiz has a message for critics of fun in baseball, the Celtics snap their losing streak, and the upsets rolling in the NCAA Tournament.

David Ortiz wants bat flip haters to shut up: David Ortiz can’t understand why people are flipping out about bat flips. Entering his 20th season in the big leagues, Ortiz insisted that those who cite “old school” values in expressing opposition to the gesture are misguided. (The Boston Globe)

Thomas scores 26 points to help Celtics down 76ers 120-105: Isaiah Thomas led six Celtics players in double figures with 26 points to help Boston snap a four-game skid with a 120-105 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers on Sunday night. (Boston.com)

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Chris Young’s homer helps Red Sox beat Mets: Former Mets outfielder Chris Young hit a three-run homer, helping the Boston Red Sox beat New York 9-4 Sunday. Young connected in the sixth inning off reliever Jerry Blevins. Mets starter Noah Syndergaard gave up two runs in five innings. (Boston.com)

Down 12 with :44 left, Texas A&M pulls off crazy comeback in 2OT win: Trailing by 12 with 44 seconds left in regulation, Texas A&M put together one of the most incredible comebacks in NCAA Tournament history to force overtime against Northern Iowa on Sunday night in the second round. (cbssports.com)

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Wisconsin player ‘channels inner Steph Curry’ for buzzer-beater: While much of the world was gripped by Texas A&M’s 12-point comeback in the final 33 seconds to force overtime against Northern Iowa, No. 2 seed Xavier and No. 7 seed Wisconsin were playing one of the best games of the night, and this one finished in regulation with a buzzer-beater. (cbssports.com)

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