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Jeff Bagwell, headed to Hall of Fame, proud of his Connecticut roots

By David Borges dborges@nhregister.com @DaveBorges on Twitter|

Blue Jays get sun help to drop Red Sox

BOSTON >> Steve Pearce blooped the ball to the edge of the outfield grass, and Red Sox second baseman Brock Holt was there. ...

By Jimmy Golen The Associated Press|

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    Yankees outlast Red Sox, win in 16 innings

    BOSTON >> Didi Gregorius lined a go-ahead single in the 16th inning and the New York Yankees outlasted the Boston Red Sox 4-1 Saturday in the longest game between the bitter rivals at Fenway Park since 1966.

    By Ken Powtak The Associated Press|

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    Sunday Gravy: Pablo Sandoval’s time in Boston proved to be unbearable

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    By Chip Malafronte cmalafronte@nhregister.com @ChipMalafronte on Twitter|

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    Bruce, Lugo power Mets to win over reeling Rockies

    NEW YORK >> Jay Bruce and pitcher Seth Lugo homered during an early barrage that sent the New York Mets past Colorado 9-3 on Saturday night for their second straight lopsided victory over the reeling Rockies out of the All-Star break.

    By Mike Fitzpatrick The Associated Press|

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    Minor league notebook: Guilford native Craig Schlitter lands in Hartford

    HARTFORD >> It’s been a pretty remarkable road so far for Guilford’s Craig Schlitter.

    By David Borges dborges@nhregister.com @DaveBorges on Twitter|

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    Red Sox beat Yanks with walk-off walk

    BOSTON >> Aroldis Chapman walked in the winning run without recording an out in the ninth inning, handing the Boston Red Sox a 5-4 win over the New York Yankees on Friday night.

    By KYLE HIGHTOWER The Associated Press|

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    Rookies dominated MLB’s first half; others could shine soon

    Kyle Schwarber, Carlos Correa and Trea Turner each came up from the minors before the All-Star break and had a strong second half to catapult their teams into the postseason over the past two years.

    By Rob Maaddi, AP Sports Writer|

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    Cubs acquire Quintana in blockbuster trade with White Sox

    CHICAGO >> The Chicago Cubs, scuffling and inconsistent since winning the World Series, acquired ace Jose Quintana from the White Sox on Thursday in a major trade between crosstown rivals.

    By Andrew Seligman, AP Sports Writer|

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    Baseball chasing Dodgers, Astros on eve of second half

    The Washington Nationals have Bryce Harper anchoring one of baseball’s best lineups, and a glaring hole at the back of their bullpen. The Boston Red Sox are enjoying life with Chris Sale, and missing David Ortiz at times. The Chicago Cubs are searching for answers for their pesky championship hangover.

    By Jay Cohen The Associated Press|

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    Robinson Cano’s homer in 10th lifts AL over NL at MLB All-Star Game

    MIAMI >> Seattle’s Robinson Cano hit a leadoff home run in the 10th inning off Wade Davis of the Chicago Cubs, and the American League topped the National League 2-1 in the All-Star Game on Tuesday night.

    By The Associated Press|

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    Home Run Derby enjoys best ratings in nearly a decade

    MIAMI >> Aaron Judge’s victory in the All-Star Home Run Derby drew the event’s most viewers in nearly a decade.

    By Ronald Blum The Associated Press|

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