Road Warriors
Jason Bay, right, is congratulated by third base coach DeMarlo Hale (35) after hitting a solo home run against the Baltimore Orioles during the fourth inning of a baseball game, Friday, Sept. 18, 2009,
(AP)

The Sweep Is On in Baltimore

Dice Keeps Sox Rolling Over O's | Boston 9, Punching Bags 3
Bay, Ells Lead Sox to Another Ho-Hum Win Over Hapless Birds
Bats Break It Open Late on Saturday | Boston 11, Awful O's 5
Lots of Hits Against Lester, But a Win Is a Win
Remember J.D. Drew? He Came Through, Reddick, Anderson Homer, Too
Sox Handle Bad Birds | Wild Card Winners 3, Baltimore 1
Sick Bay Bashes One, Clay Battles Through
for a Win Against Triple-A O's
Bottom Line: Clay Is 5-0, 2.80 ERA Since Aug. 13
Manny All But Forgotten: That's 34 Legit Home Runs for J-Bay
Guitar Redux: Buchholz Is Bronson Arroyo Part II... Just Watch That Carpel Tunnel
Big RBI: Ells Hits Game Winner in 6th
Secret Weapon Kotchman Chippin' In
Pap Nails Another One Down, No. 37

"In the beginning of the game I didn't have the best stuff I've thrown in the past couple of weeks, but I somehow got through it and we got a win out of it."
-- Buchholz now 6-3, looking like No. 4 for playoffs


Hole in Won

Red Sox catcher Jason Varitek  stands at home plate as Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim's Terry Evans scores the game-winning run in the ninth inning of their MLB American League baseball game at Fenway Park in Boston
(Reuters)

Is This the End of the Glove Affair for Jason?
Another One Gets By the Captain, This One Costly

Angels Hold On | Anaheim 4, Boston 3
Angles Avoid Sweep... And Surprising, Take Season Series
Surprise Again, Santana Steps Up, Beckett Can't Win at Home
Bay, Ells Show Some Power in Otherwise Lackluster Offense
The Win Was Nice For Scioscia, But We All Know the Deal Come October
Wagner Tagged with a Loss

"I guess it's frustrating, but there isn't (anyone) alive I'd rather have back there. Over the last four years I can't remember one time where that's happened. It was just a freak deal." -- Beckett's not gonna throw 'Tek under the bus

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

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