6-2... and Jays Get Even

6-2... and Jays Get Even

Boston Red Sox catcher Jason Varitek, right, walks off the field as Toronto Blue Jays Troy Glaus, center, is congratulated by teamates, from left to right background, Vernon Wells, Aaron Hill and Frank Catalanotto, after scoring the game-winning run during 12th-inning AL action in Toronto, Canada, on Friday, April 21, 2006. The Jays won, 7-6.

(AP Photo)

Beckett Blew It, Tito Too

Josh Ignites Jays Rally in Extra Painful Loss
Sox Give Away a Win: Toronto 7, Boston 6

Stupid Is as Stupid Does: Beckett Decides to Hit Hill, Sox Go Downhill
The Real Kiss of Death: Going to Timlin in the Eighth in a Tight Game
Blame Tito: Francona Afraid to Let Papelbon Get a 5-Out Save
That's My Manny: Ramirez Finally Wakes Up and Goes Deep
A.J. Burnett Packs Bags for the Keith Foulke Alabama BBQ Tour
No Foulke Implosion, But the Ump Was a Chump on Strike Three
Overbay and Out: Another Rudy Awakening, Say Sayonara to Seanez

"I know I didn't end up with the 'L' beside my name, but it's totally my fault. I can't explain it. I'm quite embarrassed about it... I made some bad pitches and just one of those deals, I guess. That's what big league hitters do when you don't execute pitches. They hit them hard. It's a tough lineup over there. It was just one of those things. There's got to be some kind of deal you learn from this." -- 4.21, Josh Beckett on blowing the game

Mayday, Mayday: Not Having Crisp Is Starting to Hurt
Coco's Attempt to Steal Third Base in the Third Inning of Fifth Game of the Season Worked Out Well

BDD is a feature of Boston.com. All posts are by Steve Silva unless otherwise indicated.

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Boston Herald:

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NY Post:

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