Daniel Boom
Red Sox left fielder Daniel Nava connects for a Grand Slam off Philadelphia Phillies starting pitcher Joe Blanton in the 2nd inning in his first major league at bat.
(Barry Chin / Boston Globe Staff)

Nava a Dull Moment at Fenway

Who is Daniel Nava? | From Bat Boy to Hero
Sun.: Philadelphia 5, Boston 3 | Sox Can't Win 'Em All
The Nava Ending Story: 2-for-4, Batting .500
4 Score in the 4th and Philly Escapes with Win
Congrats Mr. 3,000 Innings (Just Want that One in 2003 in NY Back...)
Sox Find More Cole in Their Stocking at Fenway
Sat.: Philadelphia 10, Boston 2 | Sox Win, But Lose Matsuzaka
Life is Grand for Daniel Nava, Yes, That Daniel Nava
Who Needs Matsuzaka Every Fifth Day Anyway? Sincerely, Scott Atchison
Fri. Boston 12, Philadelphia 2 | League of Their Own
And Forgotten Mike Lowell Homers, Too
This Just In: Jamie Moyer Is Older Than Dirt
17 Hits, and Ortiz Had 3 of Them
Thurs.: Tribe 8, Sox 7: 9th Life, and Death for Sox in Cleveland
At Least No One Was Watching

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Hanley enjoying his return > Victorino slowly getting up to speed > Ramirez fitting right in > Manuel Margot in stars in Salem

Boston Herald:

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ProJo:

Brentz walkoff helps PawSox win at McCoy > Marrero more aggressive > Vic ready to make impact > Workman receives PRP injection

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