Associate Editor

Stan Grossfeld

Grossfeld is a writer, editor, and photographer for the Sports section. In 1984, he won his first Pulitzer Prize for photographs of the people of Lebanon. In 1985, Grossfeld won again for his images of starvation in Ethiopia and illegal aliens on the border of Mexico.

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Dont’a Hightower drew on Patriots history to coax his fiancée through labor

By , Globe Staff

The linebacker used a special mantra to inspire her as she delivered their son after 17 hours of labor.

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The best spot to watch the Red Sox in person this year? It’s this room with a view

By , Globe Staff

Across the street from Fenway Park, Apartment 1027 at the Viridian offers tenants one of the only chances to catch Jackie Bradley Jr., J.D. Martinez, and Xander Boegarts in person this year.

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A rare glimpse inside Wally’s world

By , Globe Staff

The furry Red Sox mascot will be at Fenway Park again when the shortened baseball season begins this month, so we got reacquainted.

Photo essay: Phase 2 brought a burst of recreational sports activity to the area

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With restrictions loosened, people were back out there, playing basketball and volleyball, hitting the beach, and stretching their legs.