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Morning Sports Update: It’s Opening Day at Fenway Park

Good morning, sports fans

David Price will throw his first pitch at Fenway Park as a Red Sox player. Tony Dejak/AP

The Red Sox play their home-opener against the Orioles at Fenway Park at 2:05 p.m. on Monday after losing to the Blue Jays, 3-0, on Sunday.

Opening Day at Fenway Park is finally here:

David Price will start home opener vs. Orioles: Boston Red Sox fans will get an extra treat when they show up to the home opener at Fenway Park. (

Josh Donaldson homers as Blue Jays beat Red Sox, 3-0: Marco Estrada came off the disabled list and promptly put a stop to a Blue Jays losing streak. Estrada pitched seven shutout innings, Josh Donaldson hit a solo home run and Toronto beat the Boston Red Sox 3-0 on Sunday, avoiding a three-game sweep. (

Stephen King opposes protective netting additions at Fenway Park: IT WAS A NOTIFICATION I’d been expecting, although I thought it would come by mail. Instead — perhaps because I’ve been a Red Sox season ticket holder since the days when Wade Boggs was playing third base — I got a personal call from a Sox executive named Sean Walsh. (The Boston Globe)

How Fenway Park gets ready for baseball season: “We’re out here all winter long,” says Dave Mellor, the Boston Red Sox’ longtime groundskeeper, standing on the grass behind second base on the last day of March. (

TV schedule, live-stream information, and keys for the game: Excited for the Red Sox homer opener today (Monday)? You should be because new ace David Price will take the mound for Boston. (


Suns continue to sink in standings, improving Celtics’ draft pick: The Celtics’ odds of earning the third seed in the Eastern Conference playoff race took a serious hit after falling to the Hawks on Saturday night, but the franchise still got some good news pertaining to their 2016 stash of draft picks. (

The bewildered Bruins should keep Claude Julien: The winningest coach in franchise history will probably lose his job after a second straight late-season collapse, but firing him would be a shortsighted mistake. (

Patriots reportedly showing interest in Navy star Keenan Reynolds: Belichick was back on campus Thursday, dressed in a business suit as he took a closer look at quarterback/running back/receiver Keenan Reynolds as Reynolds was put through a private workout with New England offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels. (


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