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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"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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