Sox Split Cla-Night Doubleheader

Tie Game is Child's Plā

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Sox Split Clā-Night Doubleheader

Miller Goes Down Smooth, But Tito Gives Game Awā 6-4
Clā Can't Throw Strikes, Stās in for Sexon Slam

"I don't think that's the greatest of moves (bringing Meredith into a tie game) to make that early." -- Dennis Eckersley

He's Got It Wade

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(Boston Globe Photo / Jim Davis)

Gonzo's on the Ball

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Jeremi Spoke in Fenway Today
Millar Finally Homers... Close Enough
Harbinger: Tito Uses Mantei and Timlin for 19 Pitches
Sox Chill Cold Mariners 6-3

Greenwood: These guys aren't like they seem

Rest in Peace Bernie Logue

Gammons on Books, Nomar's Body, and Roid Reversals

Exclusive: The Cla Meredith Rapid Rise to Stardom Continues:
Tito Names Cla to A.L. All-Star Team Proclaiming 'He's Ready'

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Rodriguez gem wasted > Chili Davis doesn't want to turn Red Sox into free-swingers > Red Sox draft catcher in third round

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