Don't Look Now

Don't Look Now

Red Sox pitcher Daisuke Matsuzaka feels the heat during the fifth inning as the Indians are scoring the first two of the six runs he would give up in the game.

(Boston Globe Staff Photo / Jim Davis)

But It's Another Rough Night for Tumbling Dice
Sweepless Sox Come Undone in Rare 8-4 Loss
But 2 Out of 3 Ain't Bad

Dirty Dozen: Dice-K Gets Hammered for 12 Hits
Byrd Cages Sox: Cleveland Journeyman Stays in Control
Shoppach's Bag: Former Sox Prospect Lets One Fly at Fenway
Flying Lowell on the Radar Screen: No. 10 Homer for .330 Mike
Keep 'Em Coming: Ho-hum, Youk Hits in 22 Straight
Papi Won't Be a Hero
J.D. Two... Runs Scored

"I'm trying to improve my game overall, and it is a challenge. I'm always keeping in mind that I want to avoid being a burden to my teammates. I hope I can achieve that level of consistency sooner than later." -- 5.30.07, Daisuke Matsuzaka through translator Masa Hoshino

CoC0-for-Series

Boston Red Sox Coco Crisp and Cleveland Indians Kelly Shoppach watch Crisp's pop-up out in the seventh inning of their American League MLB baseball game at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts May 30, 2007.

(Reuters Photo)

Is Crisp (.229) Ever Going to Hit in Boston?


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