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Archive - Oct 30, 2013

New champs are ‘in good shape’ moving forward

October 30, 2013

BOSTON – Whenever a season winds down, the inclination is to stare into a crystal ball, hoping that it will reveal answers regarding the future.

‘Big Hurt’ impressed by Big Papi’s success

October 30, 2013

BOSTON – In the eyes of Frank Thomas, David Ortiz didn’t become the top designated hitter on the planet purely by accident.

“To have success at that position, you’ve got to work on a lot of things during the game that people don’t see,” explained Thomas while watching the Red Sox take batting practice prior to Game 6 of the World Series. “You’ve got to stay mentally focused and you’ve got to stay loose to get up there and jump into a ballgame like you’re 100 percent ready to go.”

Sentinels’ late strike ousts Clippers from Div. II semis

October 30, 2013

EAST GREENWICH — When one of her players asked Cumberland High head coach Stefanie Capone-Bello how her baby was surviving the early moments of a battle between the Clippers and Smithfield on Wednesday night, the elder replied, “Pretty good, I think.”
Immediately after the second-ranked Sentinels had roared to an incredible 3-2 victory in this R.I. Division II Tournament semifinal at Nick Carcieri Field, Capone-Bello kept the same sense of humor, though looked sad doing so.

Maria A. Branco

October 30, 2013

Maria A. Branco

CUMBERLAND - Maria Alice Branco, 75, of England St. passed away Tuesday in the Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket. She was the beloved wife of Joaquim Branco.
Born in Pisao, Portugal she was the daughter of the late Jose and Maria A. (DaSilva) Rosa. She came to this country in 1967 settling in Cumberland.
Mrs. Branco was a communicant of Our Lady of Fatima Church, Cumberland and a member of the Uniao Benificente Portuguese, Pawtucket.

THIS JUST IN: TIMES' DELIVERY TO BE DELAYED FOR WORLD SERIES

October 30, 2013

PAWTUCKET - DUE TO THE TIMES CONTINUING COVERAGE OF THE RED SOX WORLD TITLE PUSH, THE TIMES WILL BE GOING TO PRESS LATER THAN USUAL AS OUR SPORTS REPORTER BRENDAN MCGAIR FEEDS THE TIMES LIVE AND LATE UPDATES FROM FENWAY PARK IN BOSTON TONIGHT.
YOUR PAPER WILL BE DELIVERED LATER ON THURSDAY IN ORDER TO BRING YOU THE BEST COVERAGE OF THE WORLD SERIES.
THE TIMES' STAFF THANKS YOU FOR YOUR PATRONAGE AS WE REMAIN DEDICATED TO KEEPING OUR READERS INFORMED WITH THE LATEST SPORTS AND NEWS.

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