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Red Sox pitcher Julian Tavarez reacts to over-throwing first base, allowing Seattle Mariners' Yuniesky Betancourt to reach first in the sixth inning of their Major League Baseball game Monday, June 25, 2007 in Seattle.

(AP Photo)

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"It hurt a little bit, you know, my hamstring. But ... it didn't affect me at all. Things just went wrong." -- 6.25.07, Julian Tavarez sending up a red flag?

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