Red Sox starting pitcher Paul Byrd gives a fist hit to teammate second baseman Dustin Pedroia during the 6th inning. The Boston Red Sox host the Baltimore Orioles in a MLB game played at Fenway Park in Boston, MA Monday, September 1, 2008.
(John Bohn / Boston Globe Staff Photo)

It's a Broken Record But Pedroia Powers Sox to Win
This Just In: Dustin Is Second to None in the AL MVP Race

Monday Night Box: Boston 7, Orioles 4
Globe: Pedroia Is Spot On Again
Solo Effort: Homers Off Byrd Fly Below the Radar
Power Couple: 'Tek and Bailey Hit Back-to-Back Bombs
No. 184: Pedey Breaks Sox Record for Hits by Second Baseman
Short Mention: Lowrie Double Tied It Up Nicely
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"I can't say enough about my second baseman. This guy, in my opinion, is the MVP of the league. He's unbelievable. I didn't know he was that good when I came over here." -- 9.1.08, Paul Byrd with the word on Pedroia

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