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Who Else?

Ortiz Wins It

(Boston Globe Staff Photo / Barry Chin)

Eight Straight

Ho Hum, Another David Ortiz Walkoff Home Run
Look for Yourself: He's Done This Before
He Gets His Phil: Lowell Homers Against Philly Again
Pain in the Neck for Pitchers: Loretta's Bat is Back (Neck's OK)
Some Better Than Others: Delcarmen, Lopez, and Hansen Hold On
Save It for a Rainy Day: The AL Most Valuable Player Gets a 'W' Instead
Fenway Fans Let Brett Myers Have It

"I pretty much called that [walkoff homer], I told Willie Harris, sitting next to me, that Papi was setting him up." -- 6.24.06, Jonathan Papelbon, Kept Game Tied with 2 1-3 Scoreless Relief, Gets W

No Win Situation for Schill

Boston Red Sox vs. Philadelphia Phillies-Game 2 - Curt Schilling tips his cap to the fans after leaving with bases loaded in the 7th inning.

(Boston Globe Staff Photo / Barry Chin)

Schilling Gets 10 Strikeouts for the 92nd Time in his Career, First in '06

Speaking of Curt, Here's What Pedro
Had to Say About the Sox Ace...

"Schilling is 38, I'm only 33. The fact that I had an off-year doesn't mean that I can be below Schilling. Still, with an off-year, I'm way over Schilling as a pitcher and I've pitched pretty much like Schilling the last few years... Schilling's not taking anything away from me... And they should have thought about the rest of the stuff and not just Curt Schilling and his personal catcher. And all Theo argued was 'Schilling got this, Schilling got that.' Everything we were going to negotiate was based on what they did with Schilling... Schilling doesn't even work with us. Schilling cannot run with me." -- 12.16.04, Pedro Martinez to the Boston Herald's Michael Silverman

Myers Rumbling

Boston Red Sox vs. Philadelphia Phillies-Game 2 -- Mike Lowell circles the bases after his lead off HR off Philly pitcher Brett Myers in the 2nd inning.

(Boston Globe Staff Photo / Barry Chin)

Lowell Connects off the Accused

Oh My: Witnesses Provide Details Against Myers
And the Philadelphia Phillies Let Him Pitch Today Anyway

" 'He [Phillies pitcher Brett Myers] was dragging her by the hair and slapping her across the face,' Knight said. 'She was yelling, `I'm not going to let you do this to me anymore.' "

"Knight said the 6-foot-4 -inch, 240-pound ballplayer dwarfed his wife, whom police report at 5 feet 4 inches and 120 pounds.

" 'She's a real small girl,' Knight said. 'It was awful.'

"Knight said Myers was undeterred by the presence of her and her friends.

" 'He had her on the ground,' Knight said. 'He was trying to get her to go, and she was resisting. She curled up and sat on the ground. He was pulling her, her shirt was up around her neck. . . . He could have cared less that we were there.' " -- 6.24.06, Suzanne Smalley, Boston Globe

Ending the Cycle of Domestic Violence:
The Gabe Kapler Foundation

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

Boston Globe:

Rodriguez looks like the steal deal > Despite effort by Rodriguez, Red So fall > Tazawa has come a long way, on and off field

Boston Herald:

Lauber: Eduardo Rodriguez showing Red Sox he's special > PawSox start looms large for Masterson


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

NY Post:

How Mariano Rivera has influenced Yankees' top pick > Why starting rotation could be a big Yankees' strength

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