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Sox Eat Crow at Fenway
Yanks Move Into First Place
" 'I don't remember seeing anything like that,' said Elliott Ginsburg, a 64-year-old Sox fan who's held season tickets since 1972. 'That thing ran from base to base pretty good. I think he was faster than [Doug] Mirabelli was getting to the plate last night.' "
'He can probably hit better than Mirabelli,' snapped Anthony Taurasi, 32. 'He's probably just as good [on the basepaths] as Manny Ramírez.' " -- 8.2.06, Boston Globe
"In Greek superstition crows are seen as a bad omen, often foretelling death."
Cleveland's in the Catbird Seat as It's All Bad News for Boston
With 'Tek Out, Indians Ruffle Sox Feathers As They Go Down Soft, 6-3
Nothing to Crow Over: Bird Gets On the Bases More Than Home Team
C. C. What Happens When You Have Great Young Starting Pitching?
He Can't Fake It: Cleveland's Casey Blake Owns Sox in the Series
Gonzo's Got It Going, But It's Too Little, Too Late to Save the Day
Be Careful What You Wished For: The Doug Mirabelli Era Has Begun
Hirschbeck and Call May Have Cost the Sox a Run or Two
No Bull: Hansen Taking Two Steps Back, Corey Gives Up Homers, Too
Mike Lowell Joins Old and Hurt Club for the Night, But He's OK
It's a Good Thing Theo Didn't Make Any Moves to Improve the Pitching
The Sox Will Be Great ... in 2008!
“He [Jason Varitek] had the MRI and it showed some cartilage damage and to the extent they won’t know until they go in and scope it. The hope is it will be a quick return. He’s been hobbling for a while, going around the second the other night. The hope will be it will be shorter rather than longer [that he’s out], but we won’t know until they go in there… Lowell’s [foot is] going to be sore tomorrow, but he’s OK.” -- 8.1.06, Terry Francona on 'Tek and Lowell