Boston Red Sox defeat Toronto Blue Jays, 4-2
TORONTO -- First it was Johnny Damon who lost track of how many outs there were Saturday against the Yankees and got doubled up at first base on a pop by David Ortiz.
Then it was Gabe Kapler who forgot twice in the same inning Monday against the Yankees how many outs there were as he ran the bases.
So it may come as little surprise that the Sox have since convened a meeting to review the fundamentals of base running and tracking outs. The Sox cannot afford to give away ...
TORONTO -- Doug Mirabelli seemed to see it coming. Three hours before last night's game against the Blue Jays, Tim Wakefield's personal catcher playfully cajoled reporters to pepper manager Terry Francona with questions about why he was batting eighth in the order despite having three hits, including a homer, in six career at-bats against Toronto starter Ted Lilly.
"Did you know Doug Mirabelli is batting .500 against Ted Lilly?" a compliant participant asked the skipper...
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