Boston Herald Terrence Williams, accused of brandishing a firearm Sunday afternoon during an argument with the mother of his 10-year-old son, had bail set by a judge at $25,000 during a court appearance yesterday in Kent, Wash.The next hearing for the Celtics guard, who posted bail and was released, will be held tomorrow, stemming from his arrest following a confrontation in an apartment complex parking lot. He is being investigated for second-degree domestic assault.Boston Celtics 9 hours ago
Boston Celtics Blog | ESPN Boston A judge has set bail at $25,000 for Boston Celtics guard Terrence Williams after he was arrested and accused of brandishing a gun around the mother of his 10-year-old son during a visitation exchange. AP Photo/Ted S. WarrenTerrence Williams appears in court on Monday. He was booked into the King County Jail in Seattle early Monday for investigation of assault. Bail was set during an afternoon court appearance, and the judge scheduled another hearing for Wednesday.
Bulls Blog | Chicago Breaking Sports The Seattle Times reports: Boston Celtics guard Terrence Williams was arrested Sunday for making threats with a gun. The incident involved a woman who told police she is the mother of Williams' 10-year-old son, with whom he had a scheduled visit.
Boston Red Sox Blog | ESPN Boston CHICAGO -- Red Sox catcher David Ross, who hasn't played since May 12, when he was struck in the catcher's mask twice by foul balls and sustained a concussion, has passed the ImPACT concussion testing, a necessary step to return to playing, manager John Farrell said Monday. "The symptoms have resolved,'' Farrell said. "He threw today, rode the bike for 30 minutes. There were no repeat of symptoms, so he's turned the corner. We look to increase the intensity to work tomorrow.Boston Red Sox 17 hours ago
Clubhouse Insider | Boston Herald CHICAGO -- Backup catcher David Ross passed a concussion test and was cleared to resume hitting off a tee and throwing, Red Sox manager John Farrell said today. Ross has been sidelined since May 11 after being hit on the head by a pair of foul tips.Ross could be reinstated from the disabled list by Thursday night if the Red Sox determine that he doesn’t need to go on a short minor league rehab assignment.
The Republican CHICAGO — Nine days after he suffered a concussion, Red Sox catcher David Ross was cleared to return to baseball activities on Monday.
Red Sox Blog | Providence Journal By Tim BrittonCHICAGO -- The bullpen has its closer back. Andrew Bailey was officially activated on Monday, restoring the biggest piece to the Red Sox reliever puzzle. "I feel 100 percent, ready to go," Bailey said. "If there were any issues I wouldn't be here. That's behind me." Bailey hasn't pitched for the Red Sox since April 28 because of inflammation in his right biceps. "He makes our bullpen better," manager John Farrell said. "Everyone will slot back in to a similar role that they've had when Andrew was still with us before the injury." Farrell said he would like to stay away from ...Boston Red Sox 18 hours ago
Boston Globe CHICAGO (AP) — The Boston Red Sox have activated relief pitcher Andrew Bailey from the 15-day disabled list before their game Monday against the Chicago White Sox.
Full Count | WEEI In a confirmation of what they’d been suggesting for several days, the Red Sox announced that right-hander Andrew Bailey has been activated from the 15-day disabled list. To clear a spot on the big league roster for the closer, right-hander Jose De La Torre was optioned to Triple-A Pawtucket following Sunday’s game against the Twins. [...]
School of Roch | MASN Sports Orioles manager Buck Showalter isn't ready to change closers after Jim Johnson's third consecutive blown save. Asked if there was any doubt that he would go right back to Johnson tonight in another save opportunity, Showalter replied, "Come back tomorrow and watch it again." "He was one pitch away," Showalter...Baltimore Orioles 13 hours ago
Orioles Insider | Baltimore Sun Jim Johnson’s third blown save in as many opportunities obviously was the main angle in Monday night’s 6-4 loss to the New York Yankees in 10 innings.
MASN Sports Johnson takes blame for recent woes, will continue to keep battling on the mound
Detroit News After watching their Western Conference semifinals series with the Red Wings go from what appeared to be a breeze to a battle almost overnight, the Blackhawks were looking for more speed headed into Game 3 on Monday.Detroit Red Wings 12 hours ago
Chicago Blackhawks Blog | ESPN Chicago DETROIT -- Chicago Blackhawks forward Daniel Carcillo was a healthy scratch from Game 3 of the Western Conference semifinal series against the Detroit Red Wings on Monday after playing in the team’s last four playoff games. Carcillo was replaced in the lineup by Viktor Stalberg. Stalberg was a healthy scratch in the series’ first two games after appearing 47 of 48 regular-season games and in all five first-round games. Carcillo played in the final two games against the Minnesota Wild in the first round and the first two games against the Red Wings.
Chicago Blackhawks Blog | ESPN Chicago Blackhawks forward Viktor Stalberg talks about his team's 3-1 loss to the Red Wings in Game 3.
Boston Herald CHICAGO — Playing last night in Bill Murray’s hometown, Shane Victorino starred in his own version of “Groundhog Day.”Victorino left the Red Sox’ 6-4 loss to the White Sox in the sixth inning after experiencing tightness in his left hamstring. It marked the fifth time this season that Victorino exited a game early because of an injury.Boston Red Sox 8 hours ago
Clubhouse Insider | Boston Herald CHICAGO -- Playing in Bill Murray’s hometown, Shane Victorino starred in his own version of “Groundhog Day.”Victorino left in the sixth inning of the Red Sox' 6-4 loss here Monday night after experiencing tightness in his left hamstring. It marked the fifth time this season that Victorino has exited a game early because of an injury.
Boston Globe Shane Victorino came out of tonight's game in the sixth inning with a tight left hamstring.
Extra Bases | Boston Globe Game over The Red Sox' five-game winning streak came to an end. Red Sox starter Jon Lester lost for the first time this season, allowing all six runs (five earned) over six innings. Adam Dunn blasted a three-run homer in...Boston Red Sox 12 hours ago
Red Sox Blog | Providence Journal By Tim BrittonCHICAGO -- All night long, Jon Lester was one out away. Boston's ace left-hander suffered his first loss of the season on Monday, dropping a 6-4 decision to the White Sox at U.S. Cellular Field. The Red Sox had their five-game winning streak snapped. All game, Lester cruised through the first two outs of an inning. The third proved significantly harder. It started in the first inning. After Lester quickly retired the first two hitters, Alex Rios grounded a single up the middle. When Rios stole second, Lester worked carefully around Paul Konerko, walking him to get to Adam Dunn...
Red Sox Blog | Providence Journal By Tim Britton Paul Beaty/AP Photo CHICAGO -- After repeatedly chastising himself for the 2-0 cutter he left in the middle of the plate to Adam Dunn in Monday's first inning, Jon Lester offered up a reasonable epitaph for the end of Boston's five-game winning streak. "It was just kind of one of those nights," the left-hander said. "One of those nights" was the easiest way to digest a game in which the White Sox scored all six of their runs on two-out hits. Indeed, all but one of Chicago's hits came with two outs. It started in the first. Lester quickly retired the first two White Sox of t...
Boston Herald Rob Gronkowski appears to have dodged one bullet. The nasty infection that’s dogged him for months looks to be a thing of the past, as doctors yesterday were able to install a new plate in his surgically repaired left forearm.But there’s another sizable worry on the table. The Pro Bowl tight end will likely tackle back surgery next. Gronkowski has been battling a disc problem for at least the past year. He recently underwent an MRI to determine the extent of the injury.New England Patriots 8 hours ago
The Point After | Boston Herald Rob Gronkowski endured a fourth surgical procedure on his left forearm this afternoon at Massachusetts General Hospital. According to sources with knowledge of the situation, doctors were able to replace the plate that had been keeping the broken bone in place because they were confident enough the infection that had persisted for months in that forearm had finally cleared.Dr. Jesse Jupiter performed the procedure and according to one source, "it couldn't have gone any better."
Full Count | WEEI The Rangers designated former Red Sox pitcher Derek Lowe for assignment on Monday. Lowe, who has gone 1-0 with an 9.00 ERA this season for Texas, was sent out to make room for Josh Lindblom, who will start Monday’s game against the A’s. The 39-year-old Lowe, who was a part of the Red Sox title [...]Boston Red Sox 16 hours ago
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Minneapolis Star-Tribune Reliever Caleb Thielbar will be the first former St. Paul Saints player to join the Minnesota Twins. Pedro Hernandez was sent to Rochester.Minnesota Twins 18 hours ago
St. Paul Pioneer Press ATLANTA -- Seeking to boost an overworked bullpen, the Twins shook up their pitching staff Monday.
The Phillies Files | Morning Call It seemed like only a matter of time before this happened. Reliever Mike Adamswas placed on the disabled list with a right mid-back strain today. The move is retroactive to May 11. To take his place on the Phillies' 25-man...Philadelphia Phillies 18 hours ago
Express-Times Catcher Humberto Quintero has been promoted from the Lehigh Valley IronPigs to fill Adams spot on the 25-man roster.
Philled In | News Journal MIAMI — Injuries were the topic du jour Monday at Marlins Park, as Sunday's game left the questions about Carlos Ruiz's and Ryan Howard's health. Mike Adams missed the last seven games with a tight back. Phillies team doctor Scott … Continue reading →
New York Post It’s a bird, it’s a plane ... nope, it’s just Woody Johnson. The Jets owner did his best Superman impression yesterday while discussing the situation surrounding running back Mike Goodson, who was arrested on Friday. Johnson told reporters in Boston the team was still in fact-finding mode and...New York Jets 9 hours ago
Jets Blog | New York Post Bill Kostroun/New York PostJets owner Woody Johnson at rookie minicamp. Jets owner Woody Johnson told reporters Monday the team is in fact-finding mode on running back Mike Goodson’s arrest Friday. Speaking at the owners meetings in Boston, Johnson sounded like Superman saying the Jets are all about “truth, justice and the American way.” Goodson was at the Jets’ training center Monday to meet with general manager John Idzik and head coach Rex Ryan. He did not participate in the team’s first OTA, according to a source. "We're at a point of investigating the facts," Johnson said, accordi...
Brewers Blog | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Los Angeles Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw completely shut down the Brewers for the second time this season Monday night. Kershaw, who led the Brewers scoreless in eight innings on April 28 at Dodger Stadium, handcuffed them again on the first game of their homestand. The Cy Young Award winner was dazzling. The lefthander pitched a complete game and allowed just three hits. As a bonus prize, the Brewers get another Cy Young winner, Zack Greinke, Tuesday night. And the former Brewer is 15-0 at Miller Park. It was the 10th loss in 12 games for the Brewers...Milwaukee Brewers 14 hours ago
Los Angeles Times The Dodgers went old school to snap their three-game losing streak and quell the call for Manager Don Mattingly’s head (at least for a day).
Nationals Journal | Washington Post The disarray in the Nationals’ bullpen reached a bizarre and self-inflicted new height Monday night. After the Nationals’ 8-0 to the Giants, Manager Davey Johnson revealed set-up man Ryan Mattheus had broken his right hand Sunday when he punched his … Continue reading →Washington Nationals 9 hours ago
Nationals Watch | Washington Times In wake of Ryan Mattheus' broken hand, Nationals make roster moves