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Christopher Powell appeared in court Wednesday to answer to the charges that he murdered Corey Thompson as Thompson’s sister, Patricia Russell, held back her emotions. / POOL

Troubling audit

119 The home addresses reported by more than 100 Level 2 and 3 sex offenders matched the addresses of child care providers registered with the Department of Early Education and Care, according to a review by the state auditor. The audit said some of the sex offender registry information was out of date, but said similar routine checks would ensure children’s safety.

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DA: Newbury St. stylist was left stabbed under highway Fatal stabbing. The sister of a South End man found under a highway ramp said she doubts that his murder will ever make sense. As a prosecutor told a judge how an Everett man allegedly stabbed a Newbury Street salon stylist eight times and then left him under an interstate ramp, the accused nodded his head up and down before burying his head in his hands. Christopher Powell, 39, of Everett, was ordered held without bail during his arraignment for murder. Powell was arrested Tuesday, about a month after a passerby discovered the body of 44-year-old Corey Thompson on a gravelly plot of land under an Interstate 93 ramp

near Albany Street. Assistant District Attorney Edmond Zabin said the two men got into a fight during which Thompson punched and assaulted Powell. The fight was captured on video surveillance. As Zabin told the judge that at some point Powell pulled a knife and stabbed Thompson eight times in the torso, Powell nodded his head and mouthed “I love you” to his mother and

girlfriend who attended the hearing. According to court documents, video surveillance from a nearby apartment building showed Thompson in a verbal and physical fight with Powell. Troopers investigating the incident interviewed three witnesses who said they saw the two running near Harrison Avenue and William Mullins Way at about 5 a.m. Feb. 25. The witnesses said they saw Thomp-

Family reaction

Thompson’s sister and niece attended the court hearing. When asked before the hearing what it would be like to see the man who allegedly killed her brother, Patricia Russell hesitated, then answered. •

“What I want to do [to him] I don’t think they’ll let me,” she

said, adding that it had been a while since she talked to her brother. “I’m hoping it’ll make sense, but I don’t know if it ever will.” •

Both his sister and niece described Thompson as a well-liked person who had many friends.

son punch Powell and Powell shout, “Don’t hit me. I’ll give you the money.” Powell’s blood was found on a fence near the area where Thompson’s body was found and on a door handle of Thompson’s car. Lawyers would not comment on how the two men knew each other. When troopers arrested Powell, he told them he was taking Oxycodone. Powell’s attorney suggested that his client acted in self-defense. “There appears to be an issue of self-defense, even from what the prosecutor mentioned,” said Attorney Michael Bourbeau. Thompson, who lived in the South End, worked at a posh and popular Newbury Street salon, according to his obituary.

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The security policies at Roxbury Community College will be strengthened and ethics and security training of faculty and staff will be improved after a report confirmed “serious deficiencies” at the school that led to an inability to properly respond to crimes on campus, including sexual assaults. Failures by school administrators over the handling of allegations of sexual assaults on campus were detailed in a report released yesterday. The report by lawyers at the Boston firm Goodwin Proctor was requested by the college’s Board of Trustees after former Presi-

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Kathy Taylor, the board’s chair, said that the school is already implementing changes.

She said most of the board’s members were appointed within the last few months and that the college is looking

dent Terrence Gomes stepped down this past summer amid state investigations. “Counsel also finds that there were serious deficiencies in RCC’s controls, policies, training and organization that left the college ill-equipped to properly respond to incidents of crime — including allegations of sexual assault — on campus,” lawyers wrote in the report. The report criticized the school and administrators for lacking the knowledge of their

for a new president. •

“One of the major goals of this board is to restore credibility to Roxbury Community College through accountability and transparency, and that starts today,” she said.

obligations under federal laws to investigate, report and take corrective action in response to allegations of sexual assault. Also detailed in the report, which is available on the school’s website, is that evidence showed the school may have given financial aid to a student in exchange for her silence over allegations of sexual assault by a professor.

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Goals

Brain drain. Officials want to keep local talent It’s no secret that Boston and Cambridge are home to some of the world’s most elite colleges and universities, an attribute that attracts thousands of students each year. Sounds great, but there’s a downside — half of them earn their degree, then exit to the left. That’s why coalition of city and educational leaders are holding a Mass. Talent Retention public hearing tonight on how to convince local talent to stay put. “We want to make sure that we keep the young, vibrant talent here,� said Boston City Councillor Tito Jackson, who is spearheading the push to stop what is known as brain drain. “The paradox of being a hub is that it is something that everyone goes to, but also something that everyone leaves.� Some of the issues that drive Boston students out of town relate to employment, transportation, housing and lifestyle, according to Michael Lake, executive

Thief’s to-do list: ‘Pay it forward’ Weymouth Police on Friday arrested Evan Dorsey, 25, for allegedly breaking into a home and stealing from a UPS package. Police said Doresy was carrying a notebook that contained “goals for Friday,� which included “finding crystal meth, getting gold watch, doing a B & E [breaking and entering] or robbing a dealer, selling drugs, getting [cocaine] and doing one altruistic act for a stranger.� METRO

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director of World Class Cities Partnership. “Historically it’s been about cost of living issues,� said Lake. “But we’re losing talent to cities that are far more expensive than Boston. So the question then becomes, what is the reason?� The public hearing will run from 5-8 p.m. at the Cahners Theater in the Museum of Science.

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Petraeus noted that “life doesn’t stop with such a mistake. It can and must go on.” “I know that I can never fully assuage the pain that I inflicted on those closest to me and on a number of others,” Petraeus said. “I can, however, try to move forward in a manner that is consistent with the values to which I subscribed before slipping my moorings and, as best as possible, to make amends to those I have hurt and let down.” REUTERS

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Supreme Court still debates marriage law DOMA. Highest court continues discussing striking down law denying federal benefits to same-sex couples.

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Sheriff releases Gabby Giffords shooting papers The sheriff’s office that responded to the 2011 mass shooting attack in Tucson, Ariz., that wounded former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, released more than 2,700 pages of documents on yesterday related to its investigation, an official said. The release of the records comes just over four months after Jared Lee Loughner, 24, a college dropout with a history of psychiatric problems, was sentenced to

life in prison for committing the rampage that killed six people and wounded 13 others, including Giffords. The trove of documents released by the Pima County Sheriff’s Department includes transcripts of witness accounts, calls to emergency responders and case reports from the dozens of detectives and officers who responded to the shooting, said Deputy Thomas Peine, a spokesman for the agency. No photos are included in the release because the department is still reviewing them, Peine added. REUTERS

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concerns about the law, stressing how important federal recognition is to any person who is legally married. Comparing marriage status with types of milk, Ginsburg said that a gay marriage endorsed by a state, but not recognized by the federal government, could be viewed as the equivalent of “skim milk.” The law is the focus of a second day of oral arguments before the high court. It is possible the court would not reach the wider issue in the DOMA case because of preliminary legal matters relating to whether the court can hear it. On that issue, conservative justices criticized the decision by President Obama to abandon the defense of DOMA and question his willingness to defend other laws passed by Congress and challenged in court. “It’s very troubling,” Kennedy said. REUTERS

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Web slowed by biggest cyber attack in history Internet hacking. The war between Spamhaus and Cyberbunker is derailing the ’net. The biggest cyber attack in history is slowing Internet speeds around the world as hackers take on spam-fighting group Spamhaus. Netflix is among the sites severely affected. Spamhaus claims to have been under attack for a week, following a decision to flag the Cyberbunker site as hosting spam. Spamhaus CEO Steve Linford said the Distributed Denial of Service attacks are unprecedented. “Attacks are peaking at 300 gigabytes per second. … Attacks against major banks, we’re talking about 50,” he said, adding this was enough to disable government networks. The attack is retaliation for Spamhaus’ abuse of power, according to Sven Olaf Kamphuis, who claims to represent

Kamphuis claims his group’s retaliation is over but Internet users can expect ongoing difficulties. / SPAMHAUS Quoted

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said. “Their blacklist works as a form of blackmail by publishing personal details.” REUTERS

Guilty. Lawyers for the Colorado movie theater gunman plead guilty Defense attorneys for the 25-year-old man accused of killing 12 people in a shooting rampage at a Denver-area movie theater have offered to have him plead guilty in exchange for a life prison term, according to court documents made public yesterday. Lawyers for James Holmes say in the court papers that prosecutors have not yet responded to their offer, which would spare their client the death penalty. Holmes is scheduled to be in court on Monday for a hearing in the high-profile case. A spokeswoman for the Arapahoe County District Attorney’s Office could not immediately be reached for comment. REUTERS

James Holmes will appear in court Monday.

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Joel McHale doesn’t expect to be hosting the Oscars next year, even if his fans think he’s perfect for the gig. “They’re not going to call me,” McHale said during an interview with Larry King, responding to a fansubmitted question about whether he’d entertain the thought of hosting the Academy Awards. “Would I entertain the thought? I just entertained it. I was

very entertained. So was the thought. The thought was like, ‘This was a great time.’”

Female NBC reporters come out as couple

Twitter feed Checking in with some of Hollywood’s biggest names to see what they’ve been up to — in their own words, in 140 characters or fewer. Today, Steve Martin has big plans for his work, Kirstie Alley is experiencing technical difficulties, Anna Kendrick is a fan of tech support and Lena Dunham has found the perfect companion.

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Just in time for the arguments the Supreme Court is hearing on gay marriage, two bold-faced names came out of the closet: Jenna Wolfe, the weekend anchor on the “Today” show announced yesterday that she is in a relationship with fellow NBC journalist Stephanie Gosk — and the two are expecting a baby girl in

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August. “Something just sort of told me it was time. Two years into a great relationship we felt like we wanted to share our adventures with a wideeyed, little person,” she wrote on a newly created blog for the show, where she will chronicle her adventures in pregnancy and parenting. “The more we talked about it, the better the idea seemed. And so in December, we embarked on Operation Baby. And might I just add that despite the morning sickness, it’s been the best decision we’ve ever made.”

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Panettiere engaged Hayden Panettiere has secretly gotten engaged to her much, much taller Ukranian boxer beau, Wladimir Klitschko, according to Us Weekly. “Very few people know, and she isn’t wearing her ring publicly yet,” a source says. “Looks like a summer wedding.” Panettiere and Klitschko split up in 2011 after two years of dating, and they have not officially confirmed they are back together, despite several public displays of affection over the past few months.

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Justin Bieber is facing battery accusations from a neighbor who claims he made threats during an argument near his Los Angeles home. It appears Bieber decided to take his new Ferrari for a spin around his gated community at speeds of up to 100 mph. His neighbor, who TMZ says is a 47-yearold and father of three, began to yell at Bieber for driving so fast. Bieber reportedly responded by spitting in his face and stating: “I’m gonna f--king kill you.” If that guy has a 16-year-old daughter, she is going to be sooooo mortified.

Stay off my Hammaconda! Jon Hamm is growing tired of the attention his private parts have been receiving (the tabloid press has hilariously dubbed it “the Hammaconda”). “Most of it’s tongue-incheek, but it is a little rude,” he tells Rolling Stone of the photos spread online of the outline of his crotch. “They’re called ‘privates’ for a reason. I’m wearing pants, for f---’s sake. Lay off.” Of course, the star doesn’t want to come off as a complainer. “I mean, it’s not like I’m a f---ing lead miner. There are harder jobs in the world,” he says. “But when people feel the freedom to create Tumblr accounts about my c---, I feel like that

wasn’t part of the deal.” Better than the alternative, Hamm. We could be talking about your Hammapillar.

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In this new satirical comedy by Lynn Nottage, our titular heroine is an African-American maid with dreams of becoming an actress. She works for a successful white actress, and when the two of them land the respective roles you’d expect in an epic drama set in the antebellum South, well — the plot pretty much writes itself from there, doesn’t it? Following the show on April 7, the Lyric will screen the film that inspired Lynn Nottage’s search for Vera Stark, “Baby Face,” starring Barbara Stanwyck and Theresa Harris.

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Secret Service team and kidnap the president. But is this really so implausible? In the film, Gerard Butler stars as the lone surviving Secret Service agent after the massacre and the only one who can save the day. Rothenberger and Benedikt acknowledge the obvious “‘Die Hard’ in the White House” line, and insist they were trying to one-up that film’s corporate skyscraper setting. “The kernel of the idea was what would be the most impossible building to take over in the world? And we said the White House. But how would you take it over?” The terrorists are North Korean rogue agents. The main villain, played by Rick Yune,

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get away with one or two [logic lapses].” Actually, the two had to avoid certain things they discovered through research because they might sound too outlandish. “We learned that when a motorcade [from another country] comes into the White House driveway, they can’t question those guys,” explains Rothenberger. “They can’t go into their vehicles. They could have guns inside, yet because of diplomatic protocol you can’t check them out. We didn’t put that in there because no one’s going to buy that.”

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3 ‘Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor’ Another season, another Tyler Perry movie, this one about a marriage counselor’s torrid affair with a cyber mogul. Co-starring Kim Kardashian because [insert joke here]. 4 ‘Starbuck’ This Canadian comedy, about a serial sperm donator who has fathered 533 children, was such a hit in its native Quebec that its director, Ken Scott, has already himself handled the American remake, with Vince Vaughn and Chris Pratt, due out this year. See it in French first! 5 ‘The Sapphires’ Chris O’Dowd (“Bridesmaids,” “The IT Crowd”) stars in this dramedy about an all-girl group in the ’60s comprised entirely of Aboriginal girls. According to the description, they proceed to “learn about love, friendship and war.” Good for them! 6 ‘Reality’ Matteo Garrone

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Documentary filmmaker Alexandra Pelosi (daughter of Nancy) depicts the story of Jim McGreevey, the New Jersey governor who resigned from office and sought to become an Episcopal priest after his gay extramarital affair was exposed in 2004. Premiere, 8 p.m., HBO

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Aries | March 21 - April 20. It isn’t likely that you’ll be deprived of rightful rewards or acknowledgement. You probably won’t have to wait until the end of the day to receive them, either.

link between you and Lady Luck could snap. Libra | Sept. 23 - Oct. 22. An unusual day is in the making for you. It might involve something from the past reaching a successful conclusion at last.

Taurus | April 21 - May 21. Simply by adding a new twist to an old routine, you can make things fresh. Don’t hesitate to use your imagination to brighten your world.

Scorpio | Oct. 23 - Nov. 21. If a presentation is required in a group endeavor, you’re the person to do it. You’ll excel at making everyone’s case.

Gemini | May 22 - June 20. Be alert for a rewarding opportunity to develop in a commercial involvement. It’s likely to be fleeting, so be ready to jump on anything that’s different.

Sagittarius | Nov. 22 - Dec. 21. Conditions in general are extremely encouraging where your material interests are concerned. Gains can be generated from several unexpected sources.

Cancer | June 21 - July 22. As long as there is parity between you and the other party, a friendly agreement will have excellent chances for success. Fairness evokes fairness.

Capricorn | Dec. 22 - Jan 20. Advancement of your personal interests is a strong possibility. Even if your tactics mystify others, the results will be gratifying.

Leo | July 23 - Aug. 22. Being extremely inventive and resourceful, you could come up with a much better method for doing a repetitive task. Don’t hesitate to innovate. Virgo | Aug. 23 - Sept. 22. A well-calculated risk is likely to work out just as you envision it. However, be careful not to press it or the

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Aquarius | Jan. 21 - Feb 18. Usually it isn’t wise to be impulsive, but today your inspirational flashes are likely to be quite good. Don’t hesitate to think and act on the fly. Pisces | Feb. 19 - March 20. An interesting new acquaintance could enter your life. This new friend is likely to be introduced to you by an old pal. BERNICE BEDE OSOL

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man and take it as entitled without even offering a smile or a thank you to the man? Women have to understand that if a man offers a seat to them, it is not because they are entitled it, but because of plain courtesy. So please start saying thank you. GEORGE THOMAS, VIA E-MAIL

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I am often asked, “Is there such a thing as a happy marriage these days?” Patients come in to see me and talk about all the failed relationships around them. They’re frustrated and fearful of marriage as a result. People’s attitudes seem to be, “Every marriage fails eventually, so what’s the point?” This has a profound impact on their ability to even have a healthy relationship. Their questions are rooted in fear of the unknown. People don’t know exactly how marriage will turn out when they enter it, so they get anxious. There are things you can do to ensure a healthy relationship, even through differences and difficulties. These are my tried-and-tested tips to become fearlessly married: Define a healthy marriage. If you wanted to open a coffee shop, would you model it after the dingy one on the corner or the thriving Star-

bucks? Rather than focusing on botched relationships, look at what works. Enter the marriage 100 percent committed, without the divorce option. In relationships that stand the test of time, couples are entirely focused on keeping it and doing what’s necessary to maintain it. Disagreements are normal

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and don’t mean the end of a relationship. Look at the big picture and ask yourself: Is it worth it to win the battle but lose the war? Accept certain things about your partner. Sure, it may annoy you that he leaves the toilet seat up, but in the end, does it really matter? Focus on what binds you, not on what separates you.

You originally got together because of commonalities, not differences. Keep that focus while maintaining a sense of autonomy. The best relationships are those where both people do their thing and then come together and enjoy. Take time out when there are arguments or fights. Issues are rarely resolved in the heat of battle, so walk away and agree to come together when things calm down. Examine your intent. Is it to hurt the other person or work toward a compromise? Avoid absolute words such as “always” or “never,” as they seldom lead to a constructive conversation. Plan a date night, e.g. movies, dinner. Have it in place early in the week so you can look forward to it. Jonathan Alpert is a licensed psychotherapist. His book “Be Fearless: Change Your life in 28 Days” is available now.

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Newport’s deluxe hotel Chanler at Cliff Walk and its restaurant, the Spiced Pear, celebrate their 10th anniversary this summer. By that time, you’ll risk long waits and crowded conditions as the vacationing hordes fill the destination overlooking Easton’s Beach. It would be smarter to plan a spring day trip, or perhaps an Easter brunch field trip. Chef Thomas Duffy executes the menu with a playful approach. The Rhode Island native packs the menu with freerange and organic meats, as well as local often-organic produce, and spices it with a sense of fun. With his version of profiteroles, the unsweetened dough is cooked to a nice crispness and the bittersweet sauce

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The Spiced Pear’s threecourse Easter Sunday brunch welcomes spring with an early heirloom tomato salad with organic baby lettuces and Moody Blue cheese. There are also Maine diver scallops with truffled leeks, chanterelles and fiddleheads; pistachio-crusted Texan wild boar chops with morels, ramps and a Madeira jus; and a simple, sweet chocolate Belgian waffle.

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Best of all, most are under $10, save the rarer Del Maguey Pechugay, with its intense smoke and salinity. The tequila list is much longer, with a similar spectrum. (The bar’s name, incidentally, doesn’t refer to the tequila brand, but rather the Spanish word for boss, although that seems like a confusing choice given the word association.) Like the Sunset Grill downstairs, in the same family of bars, the tap selection here is vast, with some 80 beers to choose from.

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The punks remain relevant Music. Bad Religion guitarist Brian Baker discusses the band’s new album, continued popularity and live performances. Bad Religion’s 16th album, “True North,” is being heralded as a return to form, harkening back to their style from the late ‘80s. But guitarist Brian Baker says that’s just a “happy accident.” “There’s never any conception, any preconceived idea, about what a Bad Religion record is going to be,”

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try to sell some T-shirts,” he says. Baker says the fans are also a large part of the equation. “When you have a band with our history, it’s nice to be able to play new stuff and have it still be relevant to the audience,” he says, “instead of them pacing themselves,

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he says. “The lyrical aggression on this record is what begat the tempos of the short songs.” For 33 years, the band have weathered lineup changes, hiatuses, major labels and mainstream recognition. They have forged a sound that builds upon hardcore punk while adding doses of pop, heavy metal and psychedelia to their insightful and socially conscious lyrics. Baker attributes the band’s longevity to the adventurous songwriting of Brett Gurewitz and Greg Graffin. “This has never been a band to sort of lay back and

Big Daddy Kane overcame asthma to become one of the fastest rappers of all time — legend has it even the great Rakim didn’t dare challenge him. Slick Rick, famous for his eye patch, brought a deeper sense of narrative to the rap game — he’s regarded as one of hip-hop’s finest storytellers.

waiting to hear ‘No Control.’” But even if it weren’t for the fans, the 48-year-old Baker insists he’d still be doing what he does. “Playing guitar has exactly the same physical rush and emotional intensity it did when I was 15 years old,” he says. “It’s something I would do if no one came to watch.”

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McCarver to retire Broadcaster Tim McCarver will be retiring from the broadcast booth after 2013, his 34th year as a color man. The 71-year-old McCarver will be spending his 18th season in the FOX national broadcast booth with play-by-play man Joe Buck this year. McCarver was a catcher for 21 years in the majors, most notably with

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MLB values surge Major League Baseball teams are making money hand over fist, but not because of rising attendance or any other typical reasons. According to Forbes, money that all teams made from the 2006 sale of the Montreal Expos was invested in hedge funds and is now worth more than $1 billion.

Can the Red Sox exceed their relatively low expectations? Are the Yankees finally dead? Will the revamped Blue Jays be able to make the postseason for the first time since the early 1990s? Was the Orioles’ 2012 season just a fluke?

METRO’S AL EAST PREDICTIONS Who will take the AL East? For the first time in a long time the division is anyone’s for the taking, and the usual favorites, the Red Sox and Yankees, are being picked to finish at the bottom by many experts. Here are Metro Boston’s AL East predictions for the 2013 season: Tampa Bay Rays: 90-72, The Rays didn’t make any big splashes this offseason, but it’s not like they needed to. They have arguably the best pitching staff in the entire American League in David Price, Jeremy Hellickson, and Matt Moore as well as Fernando Rodney in their bullpen. In what could be the most competitive AL East in recent memory, solid pitching should guide the Rays to the top of the standings. Boston Red Sox: 87-75 Many people have already written off the Red Sox, a team coming off of a 69-93 sea-

son and a last place finish in the division. But 2013 is a new year. The team still has a great deal of talent on the roster in Jacoby Ellsbury, Dustin Pedroia and Will Middlebrooks. The Red Sox also signed Mike Napoli, Jonny Gomes and Shane Victorino this offseason, who bring plenty of leadership to what was thought to be a temperamental clubhouse. As is the key with most teams, the success of the Sox will depend on their starting pitching. The staff was dreadful in 2012, finishing second to last in the AL in both wins and ERA, but certainly has the talent to lead the team to a playoff spot. Jon Lester and Clay Buchholz have proven in the past what they are capable of. New York Yankees: 82-80 These Yankees are already behind the eight ball with a number of injuries before the season has even begun. Derek

Mark Buehrle and Jose Reyes were added from a trade with Miami and the team also signed starter R.A. Dickey. On paper the Blue Jays may be the best team in the division, and will surely improve on their 73-89 season last year, but not by much. It’s rare that a baseball team turns things around completely in just one year.

Jose Reyes and the Blue Jays are a hot pick in the AL East.

Jeter is hobbled and won’t play Opening Day. A strained right wrist will keep first baseman Mark Teixeira out for at least the month of April -— same goes for outfielder Curtis Granderson who has a fractured right forearm. Even worse is Alex Rodriguez who will be out until July at the earliest as he comes off of hip surgery. The Yankees starting rotation isn’t the same dominant group as in the

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past. CC Sabathia is coming off of a season where he made just 28 starts, his fewest since 2006. Hiroki Kuroda had a solid 2012, but he is 38 years old — and many questions surround the rest of the staff in Andy Pettitte, Phil Hughes and Michael Pineda. Toronto Blue Jays: 81-81 No team in the division made as many moves this offseason as the Blue Jays. Josh Johnson,

Baltimore Orioles: 78-84 Coming off one of the biggest turnarounds in recent memory and making the playoffs for the first time since 1997 last season, it could just be a “one-year wonder” scenario for the Orioles. Baltimore was an astounding 29-9 in one-run games and won 16 straight extra innings games, but that is highly unlikely for a team to duplicate in back-to-back seasons.

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When a team goes 69-93 in a given season there are many factors that go into the poor record. This was the case for the 2012 Red Sox and one of those factors was manager Bobby Valentine. Valentine never seemed to have the backing of his team from day one and was never able to get into a comfort zone at any point during the season. Valentine was fired a day after the season came to an end, and then about a month later, Blue Jays manager John Farrell returned to Boston, where he was the pitching coach for four seasons, to become the 45th manager in

Red Sox history. The Red Sox made a number of acquisitions this offseason but none may be bigger than the addition of Farrell, who will be a familiar face; someone the players respect, trust and are able to openly communicate with. “The most important thing is that we earn the trust of one another inside the clubhouse first,” Farrell said a few weeks back. “And going from there is the style of play that people can identify with this group as a team, and [be] confident that the makeup of the group initially will put ourselves in a

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position to do that.” One of the biggest issues in 2012 was the pitching staff, and who better than Farrell to come in and turn things around? Farrell was the one who groomed Jon Lester and Clay Buchholz into All-Star-level pitchers in his time with the team in the late 2000s, so obviously he has an inside track on getting them back on track. Positional players such as Dustin Pedroia and Ortiz saw what Farrell brings to the table, and are familiar to his style. It all starts with the leaders of the team, Pedroia and Ortiz, and if they are on board and trust their man-

ager, the message of “team” should trickle on down. While a manager cannot be the sole reason for a team only winning 69 games, there were documented incidents last season under Valentine in which communication channels were cut off. As the Red Sox look to turn the page and begin a new chapter with a new attitude and culture, bringing in a manger the team is familiar with and respects could prove to be the best move of the offseason.

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Red Sox. Young outfield sensation Jackie Bradley Jr. is giving Boston baseball fans a reason to believe again. When those giant trucks filled with gloves, uniforms, bats and balls left Fenway Park en route to Fort Myers, Fla., back on Feb. 5, there was a “believe-it-when-wesee-it� thought from most fans surrounding the entire Red Sox organization. Those cynical minds have yet to be convinced that Jon Lester [who was officially named the Opening Day starter against the Yankees yesterday], Clay Buchholz, John Lackey and Ryan Dempster will be able to guide the Sox to a successful

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2013 season. Optimists have found their non-pitching staff golden boy, however. His name is Jackie Bradley Jr. and he will be part of Boston’s 2013 season one way or another. Whether or not the outfielder begins the season on the 25-man roster remains to be seen. “Still working through it and we’d probably like to have some sense who our 25 guys are going to be by

the end of the day [today] so we just want to be fair to all going north that they’ve got a couple days to prepare themselves,� Red Sox manager John Farrell told WEEI. com. “We’ll see how that goes.� Bradley has a glistening .523 on-base percentage this spring and has more than held his own in the field. The only reason the Red Sox would not place Bradley Jr. on the Opening Day roster is to ensure that he won’t be able to reach free agency until 2019 as opposed to 2018. Outfielder Mike Carp was on the 40-man roster as of yesterday and a decision on Ryan Sweeney will likely be made today.

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