Strand Theatre
The crowd is on their feet in anticipation, but the ball isalready in the catcher
(Jim Davis / Boston Globe Staff)

Sox Leave 16 Standing, CC Outduels Lack

New York 5, Boston 2 | Yanks Improve to 3-13 vs. Sox
This Certainly Won't Be the Last Time Cervelli Gets 'Moved Off the Plate'
It Was Actually Keegan Bradley's Fist Pump That Started All The Plunking
Who Had Crawford As The Yankee Killer, with AG Going 0-for-5?
Chances Are ... The Sox Will Score More Next Time Around
Lackey Pitches Just Well Enough to Lose
Blind Squirrel Finds Nut, CC Beats Sox
Scutaro Doesn't Leave 'Em Standing

"Certain things, I think, can go too far. To me, the clap at home plate, he was excited, he hit a home run, so, second of the year. Good for him." -- Salty on Showboat Cervelli

"16 men LOB???? That's a good formula for trying to beat the Yankees. And what the hell is D. McDonald doing in the lineup? Yeah, yeah, I get the the lefty/righty matchup, but I'm sorry, he CAN'T HIT. I'd rather take my chances with Reddick. He couldn't have done any worse. Didn't seem like anyone was playing with any sense of urgency. Perhaps they don't understand the math...that the loss tonight means they have a half game lead. They were playing like they were up by 10 games. Pretty lame effort all around tonight..." -- Mark, postgame reaction


Francisco Cervelli, The Yankee Clapper

Francisco Cervelli, left, argues with Boston Red Sox catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia after he was hit by a pitch from John Lackey during the seventh inning of a baseball game at Fenway Park
(AP)

Maybe Salty Should Have Fed Him the
Alex Rodriguez Leather Sandwich Special

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