It Takes Two to Make a Thing Go Wrong

Sox starter Brad Penny, left, high-fives shortstop Julio Lugo after a line out by Texas Rangers Hank Blalock in the fourth inning of a baseball game at Fenway Park in Boston, Friday June 5, 2009.
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Pin the Fail on Penny and Lugo

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Good to Know: David Murphy Is What We Thought He Was
More Days in First Place for Nolan Ryan's Rangers Out West

"His first four innings were as good as we've seen. He was throwing the ball really, really well. Then the next two I think he threw 50 pitches." -- Tito's thoughts on Penny

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