Panic in Detroit?

Panic in Detroit?

Red Sox starting pitcher Julian Tavarez leaves the game after giving up a grand-slam home run to the Detroit Tigers during the fifth inning of their American League MLB baseball game in Detroit, Michigan July 6, 2007.

(Reuters Photo)

Tavarez Is in a Tailspin
Tigers Rip Revamped, Overmatched Sox, 9-2

No. 5 Alarm Fire Starter: Tavarez Gets Exposed Again
Miller Time: Sox Look Lost Against Another Lefty
The Numbers Will Be There at the End, But ...
Another Game Goes By Where Manny Doesn't Deliver
Jeff Bailey Era Not Starting Well

"This was my worst outing." -- 7.6.07, Julian Tavarez, who looks like he's hit a wall and has run out of gas

Extra Bases: Bailey Called Up
Ask Edes: Long Road for Lugo

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