Zimmer Goes Down Again!

Zimmer Goes Down Again!

Boston Dirt Dogs: Down Goes Zimmer Again

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Dice-K Re-enacts Zimmer KO

Shaughnessy: Dice-K Coming to Plate

"The most exciting moment of lunch with Daisuke Matsuzaka? That would have to have been when he became unusually animated while answering a question regarding the Red Sox-Yankees rivalry. His arms were flying around and we didn't know what he was saying when suddenly his right forearm bumped hard into the wooden table in front of him. He winced. Only a little. He seemed to be OK.

And so we asked his interpreter, "What was he talking about?"

"He was talking about when Pedro Martínez threw Don Zimmer to the ground," said translator Masa Hoshino.

Media lunch with Dice-K was an idea put forth by Red Sox publicist John Blake and it took place yesterday in a quiet corner of the dining room of the Colonial Country Club, overlooking a man-made pond, a driving range, and multiple luxury condos in the gated community." -- 3.29.07, Dan Shaughnessy, Boston Globe

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