Good Night

Good Night

1. Wily Mo Pena and David Ortiz walk off the field arm in arm after tonight's win over the Orioles. - 2. Manny Ramirez flips his bat after his 4th inning leadoff homer. - 3. Wily Mo Pena and Mike Lowell score in the 2nd inning on a single by Alex Gonzalez.

(Boston Globe Staff Photos / Barry Chin)

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Wily Mo Might Be a Superstar Sooner Rather Than Later
A Rare Manny Homer as Ramirez Becomes Baseball's Quietest .301 Hitter
Gonzo Keeps Going: Sox May Not Have to Pick Up Another Shortstop
Paradigm Shift: Ortiz Continues to Struggle, Defense Remains Solid
He Digs Doug: Wakefield Catches Fire in the Belli

"It made my job a lot easier. I was pitching well, but you're on the short end of the stick sometimes." -- 5.6.06, Tim Wakefield on getting some love with the sticks

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

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