Oakland Athletics' Lenny DiNardo works against the Boston Red Sox in the first inning of a baseball game Tuesday, June 5, 2007, in Oakland, Calif.

(AP Photo)

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"It was a freak game because if you could look at the box score and not see the line score, you'd think we crushed them. He [DiNardo] walked six guys. He threw 42 strikes and 47 balls. That's one of those games... and I'm happy for Lenny... but the fact of the matter is, you make 30 starts with those numbers, you go 1-29. We hit into some double plays, lined out at some people..." -- 6.6.07, Schilling chimes in during wake up call on WEEI's Dennis and Callahan

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