Your condensed guide to today’s daily papers.
Happy Opening Day: The defending World Series champions come home to Fenway after a three-country opening to their season. [Herald]
Great news for the Globe: Arts writer Mark Feeney won a Pulitzer Prize for criticism. This marks the paper’s fourth Pulitzer win in five years. Congratulations, Mark! [Globe]
Irish need apply: Lieutenant Gov. Tim Murray is off to Northern Ireland to meet with business leaders in the hopes that booming Irish businesses will expand into Massachusetts. [Herald]
The paper of record gets results: It may not be Pulitzer-worthy, but Mayor Tom Menino has appointed an aide to oversee the city’s 24-hour complaint line after the paper reported last weekend that the service wasn’t meeting residents’ expectations. [Globe]