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The Red Sox agreed to a five-year deal with slugger J.D. Martinez, a source told ESPN's Pedro Gomez. The outfielder can opt out after two seasons. FanRag Sports reports the deal is worth $110 million, with $50 million to be paid over the first two years.
With the NFL's draft combine slated for next week, quarterback prospect Baker Mayfield is doing his best to distance himself from any comparisons to Johnny Manziel.
In a statement released Monday, Fergie said her rendition of "The Star-Spangled Banner" at Sunday's NBA All-Star Game "didn't strike the intended tone."
The four fans ejected from Chicago's United Center for directing racist taunts toward Capitals forward Devante Smith-Pelly have been banned from attending Blackhawks home games.
Rae Carruth wrote a letter to the mother of Cherica Adams and spoke with a Charlotte TV station, accepting responsibility for the 1999 conspiracy to murder Adams and expressing interest in gaining custody of his son upon release from prison.
Austin Dillon and his crew celebrated their Daytona win by getting tattoos on their backsides.