FAUS-TOW! FAUS-TOW!

Update: Fenway Lets Fausto Hear It: "It was over early for the Indians. With chants of “Fau-sto, Fau-sto” echoing from the Fenway Park rafters, Carmona felt the heat from the start, throwing 36 pitches and allowing four runs on Drew’s slam in his first inning of work. Never in sync, the same style he brought to the mound in his first ALCS start, Carmona was gone before recording an out in Boston’s six-run third inning, allowing seven runs on six hits and four walks through two-plus." -- 10.21.07, Chronicle Telegram


FAUS-TOW! FAUS-TOW!

Starting pitcher Fausto Carmona No. 55 of the Cleveland Indians reacts to a play while playing against the Boston Red Sox during Game Two of the American League Championship Series at Fenway Park on October 13, 2007 in Boston, Massachusetts

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