Phenomenal

Phenomenal

Boston Red Sox' David Ortiz, right, points to fans after his two-run home run knocked in Red Sox starting pitcher Matt Clement, left, against the Philadelphia Phillies in the fifth inning of their baseball game Friday, May 19, 2006, in Philadelphia.

(AP Photo)

Big Night Outing in Philly

Clement Steps Up to the Plate and Keeps Phillies Grounded
Lowell, Ortiz, 'Tek Shots Help Power Sox to 5-3 Win

First Baseman Drives Cheesesteak Through the Heart of Fanatics
Keith Didn't Go to the Matt: Stick a Foulke in Clement's Numbers
Mike 'It Ain't Over for Me' Timlin with Another Scoreless 8th
Another Papelbon Scare, And Another Papelbon Save

"I was happy with how I threw the ball. The ball stayed on the ground. I felt good and the team played great. Papi had the big home run--it was a perfect team win.” -- 5.19.06, Matt Clement on a great start

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Vote Mike Lowell, American League Third Base All-Star

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Lowell: .331, 26 Extra-Base Hits, Spectacular Fielding

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