A Rally Big Win

A Rally Big Win

Boston Red Sox Manny Ramirez, right, is greeted by Coco Crisp after hitting a two run homer in the eighth inning to tie the game during AL baseball action against the Toronto Blue Jays in Toronto, Thursday April 19, 2007.

(AP Photo)

Manny Gets In the Game, and Cora Delivers on Both Ends
Sox Come Back to Beat Jays, 5-3

File Under Clutch: Manny Hits a Rope to Tie the Game in 8th
Coco Knows: A Bunt Is as Good as a Hit, Wait... It Is a Hit
Tip Your Cap to Julian Tavarez for Keeping it Real... Close
No Damage: Piniero, Romero, and Timlin Hold On for Papelbon
All the Right Moves: Tito Francona Flying Under the Radar

On Second Thought ...

Fort Myers, Florida: 03/02/2007: Red Sox infielder Alex Cora is shown around the cage before a Grapefruit League game at City of Palms Park.

(Boston Globe Staff Photo / Jim Davis)

Should We See More of Cora?

Overbay Goes Overboard and Alex Takes One the Hard Way

"It was a tackle. I don't mind people going hard, but when you see the replay, he's going in with his hands up, he can't reach the bag. I don't mind when they go hard, but not with their hands up... That's something I really don't like in the game. That part really bothers me sometimes." -- 4.19.07, Alex Cora on being taken out at second base by Lyle Overbay

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