Boston Red Sox defeat Chicago White Sox, 10-3
Amid booing by the locals, David Ortiz, Manny Ramírez, and Mike Lowell stood near the Red Sox on-deck circle.
Ramírez, just thrown out at the plate after Ortiz crossed it, started to walk toward the infield, his finger pointed in the air, the umpires' signal for a home run.
It was all the pleading he would do. And all in vain. So he continued to left field, leaving manager Terry Francona to do the arguing for him, J.D. Drew, and the team. Though Drew's shot -- a three-r...
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