EM – Sports Digest: Wacha joins Red Sox on a one-year contract

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The Boston Red Sox signed Michael Wacha on a $ 7 million one-year contract and added the right-handed to a rotation that Eduardo Rodriguez lost in the free agency.

Wacha, 30, was in the last Season for Tampa Bay 3-5 with an ERA of 5.05. He is 63-48 with a 4.14 ERA in nine major league seasons and also plays for the Cardinals and Mets.

• The New York Mets added three free agent deals to their line-up by taking down fast-paced midfielder Starling Marte along with outfielder / first baseman Mark Canha and all-star infielder Eduardo Escobar.

According to someone familiar with the deal, Marte’s four-year deal is worth $ 78 million. The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity as the contracts were pending and undisclosed by the team.

• The Seattle Mariners acquired all-star second-player Adam Frazier in a deal with the San Diego Padres.

The move cost Seattle two minor leaguers, but it fulfills one of the team’s biggest needs as it enters the off-season. Adding a middle infielder to pairing with Shortstop J.P. Crawford.

G LEAGUE: Broderick Thomas scored 32 points, Theo Pinson added 27 and the Maine Celtics extended their winning streak to four with a 131-106 win over the Westchester Knicks in Bridgeport, Connecticut.

ECHL: The Maine Mariners almost made up a 4-0 deficit, but fell short in a 5-3 loss to the Adirondack Thunder in Glens Falls, New York.

Keltie Jeri-Leon and defenders Andrew Peski and Nate Kallen all scored their first goals for the Mariners. Peski and Kallen met only 51 seconds apart in the middle of the third period and made it a one-goal game.

Patrick Grasso of Adirondack completed a hat trick by hitting the net with 2:17 before the end.

NFL: Curley Culp, the Hall of Fame defensive lineman who helped the Kansas City Chiefs win their first Super Bowl during a 14-year NFL career, died Saturday of complications from pancreatic cancer. He was 75.

Culp announced this month that he was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer. His wife, Collette Bloom Culp, announced the death of the five-time All-Pro “on our family’s behalf and with a broken heart.” Brown had already been banned from Sunday’s game against New England after participating in the Sustained a chest injury last weekend’s loss to Houston. Now he’s out until at least December 23rd and becomes the 17th player currently in the IR for Tennessee (8-3).

• Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Joe Haden will miss Sunday’s visit to Cincinnati with a sprained ankle .

The Steelers also placed tight end Eric Ebron and offensive lineman JC Hassenauer in the injured reserve. Ebron has a knee injury, Hassenauer a chest problem.

• The Browns activated running back Kareem Hunt and Pro Bowl right tackle Jack Conklin from the injured reserve, and they will be in the line-up for Sunday night’s game against leading AFC North Baltimore .

Hunt missed the last five games with a calf injury. Conklin was out for three games with a dislocated elbow.

• The Seattle Seahawks will be without left guard Damien Lewis and running backs Rashaad Penny and Travis Homer on Monday night in Washington.

Trainer Pete Carroll said Lewis overextended his elbow in last Sunday’s loss to Arizona. Jones has a back injury.

• The San Francisco 49ers brought in linebacker Dre Greenlaw from injured reserve to play the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday.

ENGLAND: Diogo Jota scored two goals and Liverpool increased the pressure on Premier League leaders Chelsea by scoring a second 4-0 win in a row at home and overwhelming Southampton.

GERMANY: Erling Haaland scored after returning from an injury and Borussia Dortmund won 3-1 in Wolfsburg and is two points behind leaders Bayern Munich, who defeated Arminia 1-0.

US WOMEN: Ashley Hatch scored her first international goal just 24 seconds after the start of the game, and Rose Lavelle and Lindsey Horan scored in the second half Goals when the USA won 3-0 against Australia in Sydney.

DP WORLD TOUR: The South African golfer Thriston Lawrence won the Joburg Open in Johannesburg after the third round because of bad n weather was canceled, so the result was announced after 36 holes of the opening event of the DP World Tour.

The event was reduced to a 54-hole tournament on late Friday, with non-South African players, caddies and support – To help workers return to their home countries, variant of COVID-19 in the country.

Lawrence had a four-stroke lead by the end of round two. He took his first win on the former European Tour.

Mayer finished in 1 minute, 47.74 seconds. His compatriot Vincent Kreichmayr came in second, followed by Beat Feuz from Switzerland.

• A women’s giant slalom in Killington, Vermont, was canceled due to strong wind and snow after only nine participants had completed their first runs.

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