UPDATE: BRA agrees they sucked but says they've learned and don't suck anymore.
The state Inspector General's office says the BRA rushed through a deal to give the Red Sox control of Yawkey Way that included "illogical and questionable" methods of figuring out the street's value - based on the somewhat ludicrous premise that Yawkey Way was "blighted."
Josh Jacobs was among the thousands who gave Don Orsillo a standing ovation at the last Red Sox game at Fenway he will likely ever announce, given the grade of cement that makes up the heads of NESN executives.
A little girl got a big surprise for her birthday. Read more.
WPRI reports the new owners of the Pawtucket Red Sox have abandoned plans to move to Providence because Rhode Island said it wouldn't give them the $120 million in taxpayer subsidies and free land they considered their due and because Brown University felt insulted by the amount of money the team offered for the key parcel it owned.
For the three of you inside 128 who aren't way beyond sick of this. But it's pretty au courant, at least.
Soggy conditions seem to mean more popcorn than people on the Common today for a large-screen viewing of the Sox game, as Gustavo shows us.
Takes a moment for the video of David Ortiz's home run to come up: Read more.
Michael Ratty took in the Scituate Labor Day parade today.
There's this guy who goes to some "super religious" school somewhere on the East Coast who isn't supposed to go on an overnight trip without a companion, but he really, really wants to take in a Red Sox game, so can somebody make him up a fake wedding invitation?
The following is a statement issued by Mayor Walsh this afternoon:
Today is a great day in New England and Patriots fans across the country are celebrating. Now, let's get back to football - I am looking forward to a great season and cheering on the Patriots one game at a time.
From the Herald:
Tom Brady is freed.
Judge Richard Berman has nullified the NFL's four-game suspension of the Patriots quarterback today, according to a report from the Associated Press.
More to come ...