Dice and Easy?

Red Sox pitcher Daisuke Matsuzaka, of Japan, throws against the Detroit Tigers in the first inning of a baseball game in Detroit, Tuesday, June 2, 2009.
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Not Exactly. But a Win Is a Win.

Matsuzaka Makes It Look Difficult | Boston 5, Detroit 1
Let's Have a Slow Clap for Terry Francona and His 500th Win with the Red Sox
When Dice-K Takes the Mound, the 'Pen Gets Plenty of Work In
Jon Papelbon Thought He Could Create a Save for Himself... Not Quite
Ryan Perry Can't Get Anybody Out... But He Blows It By Ortiz
J-Bay Bangs Out No. 16, with Men on Base, Naturally
Jacoby Acted Like a Leading Man Last Night... Even Drew a Walk
Flash in the Pan Rick Porcello Is the Susan Boyle of the Tigers
If Papi Can Keep Looking Pathetic at the Plate, Then Lugo Should Get His SS Job Back

"J-Bay gets one pitch. He's so dangerous. They made some pitches, and all of a sudden there's a ball that's up in the zone hanging, and he just crushes it. He's been that type of hitter, but it's nice to see him do it for us." -- Tito500 on the Sox MVP candidate


Even the Squirrel Couldn't Bear
To Watch Dice-K Work

Squirrel in Detroit
BDD is a feature of Boston.com. All posts are by Steve Silva unless otherwise indicated.

Boston Globe:

Red Sox end losing streak > Shaughnessy: Debunking myths about the 2014 Red Sox > Cherington: Everyone needs to get better

Boston Herald:

Ortiz, Red Sox bats break out to end losing streak > Buchholz still bewildered > Memory loss haunting Red Sox

ProJo:

Lester was once a good hitter, now heading toward dubious record > Travis Shaw brings hot bat to Pawtucket > Ranaudo shines > Betts not a candidate for Boston, yet

NY Post:

St. Louis lets Ozzie Smith bid Jeter goodbye > Yanks prevail in extras again > Nonsense leads off in MLB broadcasts > Beltran elbow on mend

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