'Can You Hear Me Now?'

During a sixth inning pitching change, when Red Sox starting pitcher Josh Beckett was removed from the game, Red Sox leftfielder Manny Ramirez went inside the Green Monster, and was seen smiling and apparently talking on someone's cellphone.
(Boston Globe Staff Photo / Jim Davis)

Look Where We Found Manny Again

Call from the Wall: "Hey Jack, I'm gonna need 32 tickets to the All-Star game next week. I'm giving you plenty of notice, too, so do your job or else I'll have to throw you down again!"

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