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Morning Sports Update: Red Sox will send evaluator to Tim Lincecum’s showcase

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The Red Sox will take a look at Tim Lincecum. John G. Mabanglo/EPA

Tom Brady and the NFL get an extension in court, the Red Sox will take a look at former Giants pitcher Tim Lincecum, and the Red Sox lose, 4-1, to the Chicago White Sox.

Dave Dombrowski says Red Sox will send evaluator to Tim Lincecum’s showcase: Along with 20 or so other teams, the Red Sox will be in attendance Friday when former San Francisco Giants right-hander Tim Lincecum throws in Scottsdale, Az. in a showcase for scouts and talent evaluators. (

Red Sox’ Pablo Sandoval has season-ending shoulder surgery: Pablo Sandoval will miss the rest of the season. (

Court gives Tom Brady, NFLPA an extension to appeal Deflategate decision: Tom Brady’s lawyers will get another two weeks to appeal his “Deflategate” suspension. (

Carson Smith throws nine pitches, retires three batters in his Red Sox debut: “That’s what I’m working for every time,” Smith said. “Obviously, once I let go of the ball there’s not that much I can do about it, so I was fortunate enough today my defense made plays behind me, and then punched a guy out to end it.” (

Bill Belichick lured undrafted free agent running back D.J. Foster away from the Cardinals: It was NFL draft day three. Foster, a standout running back for ASU football was waiting, for the possibility of hearing his name attached to one of the 32 NFL teams that were doing their best to grab talent from across the country. (

Tom Brady congratulates Gisele on her Chanel event in Cuba:


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