Victor Martinez Is the King of All Midseason Acquisitions
Red Sox Rule the Roost Over Birds at Home
V-Mart Comes Off the Bench, Bangs Game Winner | Boston 7, Baltimore 5
Paul Byrd Is No Brad Penny But He, You Know, Competes...
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Hey Send 'Em In DeMarlo Hale, Easy on the Windmill
Youk and Pedro Keep Swinging Hot Bats in 15 Hit Attack
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V as in Victory for Billy Wagner
"Every time I come to the plate, my goal is to be a tough out. When you're in a race, it's always interesting. When you get to the ballpark, you know you're playing for something." -- Victor Martinez... who someday may replace Carl Yastrzemski as the greatest clutch hitter in Red Sox history
From Buster Olney's blog on ESPN.com: "A rival talent evaluator on Manny Ramirez: 'He still is a good technical hitter, and he's still a dangerous hitter. But he's not driving the ball anywhere close to what he was doing in the second half of last year. I know the Dodgers would never bench him, but right now, I think they're a better team with Juan Pierre in the lineup than him, because Pierre at least energizes the team. Manny is a bad outfielder, and if he's not hitting, you notice that a lot more.'"