Defeat of Clay
Longoria goes deep
(Jim Davis / Boston Globe Staff)

Farrell Faces the Heat for the First Time

St. Petersburg 5, Boston 4 | Farrell Has a Night to Forget
Game Summary: John Was Playing Checkers, While Joe Was Playing Chess
Why Would You Want to Keep David Ortiz' Bat Around In a Tie Game Anyway?
I Would Have Pitched to Longoria With The ALCS On The Line, Too.
Sincerely, Grady Little
Low Five City: Hopefully Koji Didn't Get Too Caught Up In His Hype
All the Scouting Reports Said 'Don't Let Jose Lobaton Beat You'
And I Do My Little Turn On The Catwalk.
Sincerely, Right Said Fred and Zobrist's Foul Ball
Can We Find Out Which Rays Have a Birthday Today?
Scott Boras Thought It Was a Good Night. So There's One
Having Victorino Bunt Was Like Having Victorino Punt
X-Factor? That's Not How Farrell Drew It Up
Not Dustin Pedroia's Finest Four Hours
Napping at First Base?
Low Five City

"That was an exciting game. Well-played game." -- Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine John Farrell


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Frank Galasso
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