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John Farrell’s issues with MLB’s new instant replay system are well-documented. But the Boston Red Sox manager fell victim in a different fashion Tuesday night during a strange play that started the game against the rival New York Yankees. While making his return to Fenway Park for the first time since signing a 7-year, $153 million deal with the Pinstripes as a free agent, former Sox star Jacoby Ellsbury led off the contest with a deep drive to center off starter Jon Lester. The ball nearly cleared the wall for a home run. But it was interfered with by a fan. What wasn’t clear was whether or not Ellsbury would have had his second career inside-the-park home run ( he hit his first three seasons ago in Boston ) if the spectator had not made contact. One at bat — two near round-trippers. Alas, after umpires conferred, Ellsbury was awarded a triple (instead of a ground-rule double). The decision didn’t sit well with Farrell.

The guy just can’t catch a break. The Yankees won 9-3 .
Rollin’ with the crew
Moving to the NBA playoffs, Toronto Raptors ” global ambassador ” Drake had courtside seats for Game 2 of the team’s first-round series with the Brooklyn Nets. He was so excited to be in attendance that he busted out a lint roller during the second quarter to do some personal grooming.

The Raptors won 100-95 to even the series at 1-1.
 
Disaster averted
The Montreal Canadiens swept the Tampa Bay Lightning in their first-round series thanks a 4-3 victory Tuesday. And this kid ended up with Max Pacioretty’s stick after an adult almost became Public Enemy No. 1 in the hockey world.
 

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Chicago White Sox left-hander Chris Sale will be placed on the disabled list with a flexor muscle strain, Dan Hayes of CSNChicago.com reported Monday. An MRI showed no ligament damage, and the White Sox hope Sale won’t miss more than 15 days. Nonetheless, the outlook is worse than it was earlier Monday, when manager Robin Ventura said Sale was likely to miss his scheduled start on Tuesday against Detroit because of general muscle soreness, but might pitch on Wednesday. Ventura’s statement came after Sale threw a career-high 127 pitches in his previous start.

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The Baltimore Orioles scored six runs off Clay Buchholz in the third inning then held on to spoil Boston’s Patriots’ Day morning game a year after the Boston Marathon bombings with a 7-6 win over the Red Sox on Monday. The Red Sox had a chance to win in the ninth when they loaded the bases with one out on a single by Brock Holt, a double by Dustin Pedroia and an intentional walk to David Ortiz. One run scored on Mike Napoli’s groundout to second, but Mike Carp grounded out to first as Tommy Hunter escaped with his fifth save.

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BOSTON — A year ago, the Orioles were the best defensive team in baseball. Three errors, the last charged to left fielder David Lough on his throw to the plate on a medium-range line drive by pinch-hitter Mike Carp, allowed the Red Sox to complete the comeback and post a 6-5 walkoff victory. The Red Sox tied the score in the seventh inning on a misplay by third baseman Jonathan Schoop, whose throw wide of the plate allowed Grady Sizemore to score on a fielder’s choice by Mike Napoli. Earlier in the seventh, second baseman Ryan Flaherty was charged with an error when he was unable to transfer the ball from his glove to his hand on a fielder’s choice.

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Tonights Game:

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MIAMI — Right-hander Henderson Alvarez of the Miami Marlins had a problem in the sixth inning — and it had nothing to do with the hit he allowed that broke up his bid for a perfect game. Instead, it was a single he hit to center in which he was badly jammed by Seattle Mariners pitcher Roenis Elias. “When I got to first, I was in such pain that I thought I had broken all five of my fingers (on my right hand),” Alvarez said. Fortunately for the Marlins, Alvarez’s hand was fine — and so was his pitching.

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Another replay review burned the Red Sox again in their 8-4 loss to the Orioles in the series opener. Apparently the umps didn’t thinks so after looking at the replay, which they apparently told Sox manager John Farrell was inconclusive, they upheld the original call of a fair ball. If you’re a traditionalists, old school, new school, it was, ‘As long as they’re getting it right,’” Hardy told CSNNE’s Tom E. Curran. “If you’re a fan of this game, regardless of team, and they’re not getting the call right [even after replay], then what’s the point?

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BOSTON — As is sometimes the case with call-ups from the minor leagues, Brock Holt’s trip to the bigs was rushed. After a late arrival to the ballpark in Pawtucket, Holt found out at about 2 p.m. that he’d be headed up to Boston. Forced to fight through rush-hour traffic, Holt arrived at Fenway Park around 4:30 p.m. He didn’t take batting practice out on the field, but he was in uniform in plenty of time to start at third base and hit in the No. 9 spot in the Sox order. Holt finished the game with two hits, including a two-out RBI single that came in a 10-pitch battle with Orioles starter Chris Tillman.

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Orioles manager Buck Showalter: I think this year, especially with what that day means to our country, to Boston, and to everybody in particular, I think its an honor to be there for that.

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