JV Penny
Red Sox starting pitcher Brad Penny looks upset as the A's Mark Ellis (foreground left) rounds first as the ball he hit to lead off the sixth inning bounces into the right field stands for a ground rule double. Penny would be pulled from the game afer the hit.
(Jim Davis / Boston Globe Staff)

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"It looked like they didn't finish hitting since last night. The first four pitches they had three hits. It was ridiculous. I guess we ran into them at the wrong time." -- Mike Lowell... the other DH

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