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Workman Reigns Supreme in Rain

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"It wasn’t that bad. I went down and threw in the batting cage a little bit to stay loose, to stay ready." -- Workman gets first win as starter in 2014


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Boston Globe:

Workman shines > Place for Middlebrooks? > Sox don't plan to sell > Cherington defends Drew

Boston Herald:

Core beliefs win day for Red Sox > Cherington owns Drew deal > Job belongs to JBJ for now > Sox should lock up Lackey now

ProJo:

Red Sox sign Torres > Workman dazzles > Cherington defends Drew > Not selling

NY Post:

Hiro's welcome > Jeter showed Cano what it means to lead > Ellsbury propels Yanks

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