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Rays’ bats come alive in 11-2 rout of Red Sox

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The Tampa Bay Rays spent their longest game in team history playing in wind, rain and chilly temperatures in Fenway Park. It certainly felt a lot better coming away with a win. Steven Souza Jr. hit a three-run homer, Jesus Sucre drove in three runs and the Rays beat the Boston Red Sox 11-2 on Sunday. The Rays beat the Red Sox for the second time in three games – and just the sixth time in the last 20 meetings…

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Mitch Perry Report for 6.7.16 – Hillary now officially the candidate? Yes, according to AP

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Happy Tuesday, everybody. To paraphrase Bob Dylan, you won’t need a weatherman  to tell you how many streets will be inoperative in Tampa today, after an onslaught of rain touched down on the area overnight. We’ll have to wait and see how bad the flooding is, but one has to wonder how long before the Buckhorn administration will feel confident enough that they’ll have the four votes to pass an stormwater infrastructure bill that failed last fall. There’s been lots…

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No. 56 Notre Dame makes itself home at Fenway to play BC

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Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly grew up in the Boston area rooting for the Red Sox. Receiver Torii Hunter Jr. rooted against them. Hunter’s father and namesake was a major leaguer who played against Boston at Fenway Park for the Twins, Angels and Tigers. Now Hunter Jr. will take the field at the century-old ballpark when the fifth-ranked Fighting Irish play Boston College on Saturday night. “It’s definitely going to be a pretty cool experience,” said Hunter, who is also…

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