Red Sox now 15-2: How other MLB teams fared after historic starts What to make of the Red Sox' best start in team history Brooklyn Dodgers third baseman Jackie Robinson steals home, beating the tag of Yankees catcher Yogi Berra in Game 1 of the 1955 World Series. –AP Photo By Hayden Bird 11:56 AM ...
Jake DeBrusk picked up the puck in the right circle, on a little pass from Boston Bruins teammate David Krejci. He looked up ice. The forward made it around Toronto Maple Leafs forwards Patrick Marleau and Tomas Plekanec as he crossed to the left side of the ice and steamed along the boards.
Mets right-hander Matt Harvey was roughed up for six runs in six innings Thursday night against the Braves, and afterward manager Mickey Callaway said he wasn't sure whether Harvey would make his next scheduled start.
Sixers center Joel Embiid said he was "pissed" about Goran Dragic's layup at the end of Game 2, and the bad blood over garbage-time hoops continued Thursday, when Dario Saric attempted a layup with four seconds left and Philly up by 19.