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Recent articles by Michael:

Boston Marathon TV coverage will move to Channel 5/ESPN as of next year

The new partnership, a five-year deal, ends the longtime ties that WBZ (Channel 4) had to the marathon. → Read More

Will Zalatoris gracious, but can’t hide his pain after another almost in a major

The rail-thin 25-year-old has now finished second in three of the four majors, losing last year's Masters by a shot, last month's PGA in a playoff, and Sunday's US Open when he missed potential tying birdie putts on the final two holes. → Read More

Keegan Bradley, playing in a ‘home game,’ has a dream come true Saturday at the US Open

Bradley, just two shots off the lead, walked up the 18th fairway to massive cheers. → Read More

US Open 2022: Adam Hadwin? Callum Tarren? Who are these guys on top of the leaderboard?

Callum Tarren, David Lingmerth, Joel Dahmen, and MJ Daffue shot 67 in the opening round → Read More

It’s a small group, but there are local rooting interests for New Englanders in this US Open

Of the four New Englanders in the field, Keegan Bradley has the best shot of challenging for a spot on the leaderboard. → Read More

It hasn’t happened since 1913, but can a first-timer win the US Open this week?

Since Francis Ouimet won at The Country Club in 1913 in a playoff, no other US Open first-timer has won the event. → Read More

While golfers take practice rounds, final tuneups of the course underway at The Country Club

“It’s a cool place, it’s very in front of you, it’s old school,” said Justin Thomas. → Read More

It will take a lot of green if you want to see a Celtics game at the Garden in these Finals

At local ticket brokers, the cheapest tickets are more than $700 for Games 3 and 4, and the average price is significantly higher. → Read More

Brookline resident buys Francis Ouimet’s boyhood house, with eye on renovation and preservation

The hope of new owner Tom Hynes is to sell the house to The Country Club, site of Ouimet's historic US Open win in 1913. → Read More

Blake James says he plans to be BC’s athletic director ‘through retirement’

Among other items at his introduction, James addressed the issue of BC's recent turnover at the position of athletic director. → Read More

NESN launches app that features live streams of Red Sox and Bruins games

“NESN 360″ offers the same live feed NESN and NESN+ carry, as well as a library of other NESN offerings and original content. → Read More

BC has a new AD in Blake James; here is what you need to know about him

James was most recently in the same role at Miami — a fellow ACC school — from 2013-21. He replaces Pat Kraft, who left for Penn State. → Read More

Celtics’ Jaylen Brown reportedly signs with Kanye West’s Donda Sports

Brown — who is a sneaker free agent, by the way — acknowledged the news on Instagram. West also signed NFL star Aaron Donald to a deal with his company. → Read More

Josh Winckowski leaves unsatisfied after short MLB debut in Game 2 loss

“I don’t know if it’s a spark. I just believe he’s seeing the ball better, he’s making adjustments, he’s trying to get on time,” said manager Alex Cora. → Read More

Nathan Eovaldi impressive as Red Sox capture first game of doubleheader with Orioles

Nathan Eovaldi allowed seven hits and a pair of earned runs while striking out five. Meanwhile, Rafael Devers delivered four hits and Bobby Dalbec added a pinch-hit homer to help lift the Red Sox. → Read More

Gillette Stadium has a good chance of hosting Rugby World Cup games in 2031 and 2033

The process of winnowing the 25 applicants to the final group of 9-12 cities will not conclude before 2027. → Read More

Casino trade group’s verdict on effort to exclude college games from Mass. sports betting bill: 👎

The three areas of concerns cited by the American Gaming Association stem from the Senate bill passed last month, a version that differs markedly from what passed last summer in the House at roughly half the tax rate and with college sports betting included. → Read More

The Kraft family breaks ground on a $225 million renovation project at Gillette Stadium

The project will enclose the north end of the stadium with year-round hospitality and function space and a massive videoboard hanging over the field. → Read More

MLB reaches settlement in principle on employment case with minor leaguers

Senne v. Major League Baseball has been winding its way through the court system since 2014, and argued MLB violated state wage and hour laws, owing millions in back pay to minor leaguers. → Read More

Celtics co-owner Steve Pagliuca’s bid for Chelsea FC hits a major roadblock

A new bidder — Sir Jim Ratcliffe, owner of Britan’s oil and gas conglomerate Ineos — emerged Friday, but the team's focus is now on just one offer. → Read More