Kevin Walsh has all your headlines and highlights for Thursday, September 27 on CSNNE.com's SportsNet Central Update.
The NFL and NFLRA finally came to an agreement, ending three weeks of terribly officiated regular season games around the NFL.
In non-referee news, the Pats and Kellen Winslow Jr. have parted ways.
And speaking of parting ways, it looks as if Bobby Valentine and the Red Sox might be doing so soon. At least Ben Cherington sounded as if that could be the case.
This and more on CSNNE.com's SportsNet Central Update!
BOSTON (AP) Dustin Pedroia waved home the tiebreaking run on a wild pitch, then singled in two more during Boston's seven-run seventh inning on Wednesday night and the Red Sox beat the Texas Rangers 9-4 for their third straight victory.
Chris Sale (5-2) struck out six, falling short in his attempt to become the first pitcher in baseball's modern era to strike out at least 10 batters in nine straight games in one season. He allowed three earned runs, six hits and a walk in 7 1/3 innings and received more runs of support in the seventh inning alone than in any previous game this season.
Sam Dyson (1-5) faced seven batters in relief of Martin Perez and gave up four hits, three walks - two intentional - and a wild pitch without retiring a batter. Mike Napoli homered for Texas, which has lost three of four to follow a 10-game winning streak.
Amanda Pflugrad talks with LeGarrette Blount about being a fan of the Boston Celtics and what his relationship is like with the players.