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Buchholz Bounces Back As Red Sox Salvage Finale at Safeco

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"They made me work hard. I knew they were swinging. That’s about the most aggressive team that I've pitched to in my career. For the number of pitches that I threw that was a grinding, stressful outing knowing I can’t make a mistake." -- Clay on the comeback

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Boston Globe:

Clay Buchholz, Red Sox stop Mariners > A.J. Pierzynski isn't going to change his style > On Aug. 1, here's what lineup should look like > Lincecum throws no-hitter

Boston Herald:

Buchholz returns to propel Red Sox to win > Mookie Betts rising star > Shane Victorino back in doubt > Workman ready to get back on the mound > Overcrowded rotation


Improved Buchholz, Nava lead Red Sox to win > Going back to old stance paying dividends for JBJ > Cecchini the latest prospect to expand versality

NY Post:

Derek Jeter unfazed about turning 40 > It's clear nothing comes easy for these Yankees > Yankees get through 'rough patch' for huge win > Pete Rose on Jeter

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