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.

Latest stories

No obstacle is too big at Fenway Park

By , Globe Staff

The home of the Red Sox was transformed into an obstacle racing battleground for more than 10,000 competitors of all ages and skill levels.

Stan Grossfeld

The hardball politician: Meet Adam Greenberg, who was hit in the head in his first MLB at-bat

By , Globe Staff

Greenberg, who is running for a senate seat in Connecticut, suffered a compound skull fracture in 2005, and only had one official at-bat in the bigs.

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‘This definitely has got to stop’: Mookie Betts and the bombardment of beer during the Red Sox victory parade

By , Globe Staff

Betts was amazing, protecting us all with his lightning-quick hands, almost like a goalie under attack.

STAN GROSSFELD

We were on the Red Sox charter flight home. Here is how it went

By , Globe Staff

Veteran Globe photographer Stan Grossfeld got a ride home from Los Angeles aboard the team flight.