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Old 07-30-2006, 10:49 PM   #1977
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Kerwin Danley is screwing this one up...Lowell is showing him the mark on his arm, and you could see that ball change directions CLEARLY on the replay.

Wow, that costs the Sox a lot. Thanks, umps.
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Old 07-30-2006, 10:49 PM   #1978
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Looks like Lowell was trying to steal one.

This veteran SOB has alot of tricks up his sleeve with the dropping of the line drives, hidden balls etc.
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Looks like Lowell was trying to steal one.

This veteran SOB has alot of tricks up his sleeve with the dropping of the line drives, hidden balls etc.
Are you serious? Trying to steal one? He got hit on the forearm man.
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Are you serious? Trying to steal one? He got hit on the forearm man.

It looked like it barely missed him, but I only saw one replay.
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It looked like it barely missed him, but I only saw one replay.
Miller and Orel both thought it hit him, plus the replay from behind looked like the ball moved a lot, and it definitely changed course from the front view.
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Miller and Orel both thought it hit him, plus the replay from behind looked like the ball moved a lot, and it definitely changed course from the front view.

Oh alright, well sorry...
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Oh alright, well sorry...
It's alright man. I'm just pissed about that, that could have been a huge swing in the game. Bases loaded for Crisp versus inning over. Damn.

I'm not sure I like the choice of Van Buren here.
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Old 07-30-2006, 10:55 PM   #1984
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WMP broken bat double off the wall!? I know he's been involved in some trade rumors but he could put up some serious numbers in Fenway if he played every day.
I'd be hesitant to throw him in also for the same rationale... Pena may be that player we're all glad we hung onto some day. Selling high on Loretta with Pedroia behind him is the obvious preference, but I'm sure Theo is having enough trouble to get buyers to cooperate so that more options are available. I'm eager to see what the team looks like on Tuesday...
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