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Tuesday’s Mashup: Pedro Martinez, Don Orsillo set to call Rockies-Diamondbacks game on TBS

Lucy Burdge
September 18, 2018 - 6:01 am

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(MLB) Boston at NY Yankees, 1:05 p.m. (NESN, WEEI-FM 93.7)
(MLB) St. Louis at Atlanta, 7:35 p.m. (ESPN)
(MLB) Colorado at LA Dodgers, 10 p.m. (MLB Network)


-- Don Orsillo and Pedro Martinez are set to reunite on Sunday in the broadcast booth to call the Diamondbacks-Rockies game on TBS.

Orsillo, the former NESN Red Sox broadcaster, has been the voice of the Padres since 2016 and calls some Sunday MLB games on TBS.

Another familiar face in Boston, current NESN analyst Dennis Eckersley, joined Orsillo in the booth on August 12.

-- A Red Sox fan was arrested on Sunday at Fenway Park after he was accused of assaulting a female elevator attendant.

Brandon Noyes, 29, of Haverhill, is accused of assaulting the woman in an elevator near Gate D at Fenway. According to witnesses, the attendant left the elevator crying and saying, "He put his hands on me."

The woman pointed out Noyes who was taken into custody by Boston Police. Red Sox employees and security came to the woman’s aid.

According to a police report, the woman told authorities Noyes poked her right breast while saying, "It's my birthday.”

Noyes was charged with assault and battery and a friend of his told officers who responded to the incident that Noyes had been drinking.

Noyes was arraigned on Monday in Roxbury Municipal Court and released with orders to stay away from the victim and Fenway Park. He is scheduled to be back in court in December.

If convicted, Noyes faces up to five years in state prison.

QUOTE OF THE DAY: “Well, we’ve had quite a few roster moves the first couple of weeks of the season with receiver. I am going to do what I have done the last couple of weeks and just try and work with whoever is there, and see if they can come in and make an impact and make a role on this team. It is really up to the individual what kind of role they can carve out for themselves. That is kind of how I feel.” -- Tom Brady, on the Patriots signing Josh Gordon on Monday