Red Sox pitcher Luis Perales wins debut with Sea Dogs


Mickey Gasper drove in four runs and Luis Perales pitched five strong innings in his Double-A debut Sunday, leading the Portland Sea Dogs to a 10-4 victory at the Altoona Curve in an Eastern League series final in Altoona , Pennsylvania.

Perales, a 21-year-old right-hander considered one of Boston’s best pitchers, struck out five of the first six Altoona hitters and allowed just two hits and one earned run in his five innings. He struck out seven and walked one.

The Sea Dogs took a 3-0 lead in the first inning thanks to a two-run single by Gasper, who added a sacrifice fly in the seventh and an RBI double in the ninth.

Tyler Miller, also a recent promotion from Class A Greenville, hit his first Double-A home run in the fourth inning.

Portland carries a three-game winning streak into its next series that begins Tuesday at Hadlock Field against the Akron RubberDucks.


EUROPEAN TOUR: English golfer Laurie Canter overcame three bogeys in a 1-under 72 to win the European Open by two shots in Hamburg, Germany.

Canter, who also plays on the LIV Golf breakaway circuit and was ranked No. 224, was under pressure after playing his first 10 holes in 1-over, but he recovered with three birdies on his way to a total of 13-under 279 .

Thriston Lawrence (68) from South Africa and Bernd Wiesberger (71) from Austria were in second place.


WNBA: A foul by Chicago Sky guard Chennedy Carter against Indiana Fever guard Caitlin Clark was upgraded to a flagrant-1 foul on Sunday after the league reviewed the play in Saturday’s game.

Carter gave Clark a shoulder shot that knocked her to the ground as Clark waited for an inbounds pass during the third quarter of Indiana’s 71-70 victory.

The league also fined Sky forward Angel Reese $1,000 for not making herself available to the media after Saturday’s game, and fined the team $5,000 for failing to ensure that all players adhered to the league’s media policy.


INDYCAR: Scott Dixon won a record fourth Detroit Grand Prix, beating the competition in a cautious race and becoming the first IndyCar driver with two wins this season.

The six-time IndyCar Series champion earned his 58th career win, trailing only AJ Foyt’s series total of 67. Dixon broke a tie in the Detroit Grand Prix record books with Will Power and Helio Castroneves.

The Chip Ganassi Racing driver finished almost a second ahead of Marcus Ericsson, followed by Marcus Armstrong, Kyle Kirkwood and Alexander Rossi.

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