Dirty Waterfall
The Celtics Ray Allen won the game with a three pointer in the final seconds of the game, 118-115. Here he is mobbed by his teammates, Kevin Garnett is at left, the Bulls John Salmons walks off the court at right fter the final buzzer sounded.
(Jim Davis / Globe Staff)

Boston You're My Home ...

It Was The Shot Heard 'Round the World ...
Allen, Rondo Send Bulls Running Home | Celtics 118, Bulls 115
Shaughnessy: Quite a Series of Events

"I pray that Danny Ainge didn't watch this game. What a great shot by Ray." -- Our coach of the year, Doc Rivers

Grin and Bear It

Boston Bruins goalie Tim Thomas and the Bruins celebrate after taking Game 3 putting the Canadiens on the brink of elimination facing a must win game on Wednesday.
(Barry Chin / Globe Staff)

The Habs Are Dead in the Frozen Water

Bruins Are a Tough Act to Follow | Boston 4, Muntreal 2
Canadiens Get Their Bell Centre Rung, B's One Win Away

"This game? Already put aside. Our guys are into the next game already, because that's the way we've been all year." -- Bruins coach Claude Julien

Sox Have a Sweep Tooth

Red Sox DH David Ortiz rips a two run triple to center field in the sixth inning that Baltimore's Felix Pie leapt for but couldn't come down with, and Ortiz gets a hand from third base coach DeMarlo Hale and the crowd as he pulls into third base.
(Jim Davis / Globe Staff)

Home Cooking Does It Every Time

Let the Good Times Roll | Red Sox 12, Baltimore 1
Justin Masterson: The Red Sox Not-So-Secret Weapon
Ellsbury Finally Gets In the Swing of Things
Long Fly Ball From Ortiz? We'll Take It
'Tek's Back

"I've been working with my mechanics, man. I've been late, a little late with pitches, which is something that I normally don't do, and pitchers are taking advantage of it. It's got a little bit out of hand. But at this point you don't want to get frustrated. It just makes it worse. You want to make sure you get to the point where you like to be and where you need to be. It's the beginning of the season and you don't want to give up." -- Big Papi shows signs of life

The Ultimate Fun Run

Three pink ladies were full of energy as they crossed the halfway point in Wellesley.
(Suzanne Kreiter / Globe Staff)

Marathon Mania Hits the Streets on Boston's Finest Day

The Most Complete Boston Marathon Coverage

"I only enter a race if I expect to win." -- Kara Goucher, a looker and a runner

The British Are Running,
The British Are Running

Minutemen begin to line up on the Battle Green as British approach and order them to disburse before the battle begins during the re-enactment on the Battle Green in Lexington.
(Joanne Rathe / Globe Staff Photo)

With the Minutemen on the March, They Never Stood a Chance

Lester IS Who We Thought He Was

Red Sox pitcher Jon Lester throws during the first inning.
(Bill Greene / Boston Globe Staff)

Les Is More Than He Was Before, Two Runs Is Enough

Boston 2, Free Falling Birds 1
The Cy Young Hall of Famer Makes a Triumphant Return to Form
Pedey, Lowell RBI Singles Is All the Offense the Young Lefty Needed
Ramon Ramirez Making Us Forget Coco Crisp
And If Pap Can't Go... Saito

"That was the guy [Lester] that I remember from last year." -- Jason Bay remembers

The Youk Is On Fi-Yah

BDD Photo Illustration / Steve Garberg
(BDD Photo Illustration / Steve Garberg)

Youkilis Burns Baltimore, Sox Win Again
4-for-5 With 3-Run Homer for Big Y

Sox 6, O's 4, No Comeback Necessary
Beckett Far From Brilliant, But Good Enough for 6-Inning Win
A Big Improvement: Ortiz Showing More Signs of Life
The Unsung Heroes: Back of the 'Pen Is Nearly Perfect Again

"He's pretty special. I've played with some really good hitters and I don't think I've ever seen anyone that's as comfortable. It doesn't matter what the count is. He trusts his hands so much and that's what keeps him from swinging at those pitchers' pitches." -- Beckett on the amazing Youk

BDD is a feature of Boston.com. All posts are by Steve Silva unless otherwise indicated.

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