Better Late Than Never
 Kevin Youkilis is mobbed by teammates following his 12th inning game winning hit that gave Boston an 8-7 victory over Texas. The Boston  Red  Sox take on the Texas Rangers at Fenway Park
(Jim Davis / Globe Staff)

Sox Show Off Walkoffense Again
Youk Comes Through in the 12th

Boston 8, Texas 7 | Another Walkoff Win
And It All Happened Because of Marco Scutaro's Scoot to Second
Youk Can Do It: Kevin Drives In the Winning Run Off the Wall
This Just In: Theo Epstein's Job Is Safe for Another Day
McLovin' Just Keeps on Serving Up Homers, Hits, and Has An Arm (Sort Of)
Holy McNumers Batman: Run DMc Is Still Rappin': .600/.714/1.800
Wonder If Beckett Ends Up Being Another Sunk Cost Contract in a Few Years?
Can Anyone Find That Article About the 3 Aces on the Sox Staff Again?
Sit Tight David, We've Got Mike From Accountemps Handling Things at DH
What Will Happen First? Matsuzaka Earns His Paycheck or Beltre Homers?
Sox Tighten the Defense: Just 3 SBs for the Runnin' Rangers
Major Props to the Pen: An Efficient Papelbon, Bard Back to Being Bard
Nippert Got Lit Up Just Like Al Nipper There at the End
And It's the Old Okajima!
J.D.... Whew!

"I'd rather get beat up than beat myself up in the dugout. I've been in a little bit of a rut lately." -- Kevin Youkilis back in the saddle again

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

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