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The Red Sox went 0 for 11 tonight with runners in scoring position tonight. The Red Sox lost 2-0 to Seattle. “It’s a lot of the same thing,” Red Sox manager Terry Francona said, explaining the Red Sox’ lack of production with runners in scoring position. “We get in situations like that and we’re swinging [...]

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Kevin Youkilis acted agitated during his postgame interview tonight after the Red Sox lost 2-0 to the Seattle Mariners and went 0 for 11 with runners in scoring position. One reporter asked: Any reason for the lack of clutch hitting so far this year? “Yeah, we just haven’t gotten hits when the guys are in [...]

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I will be tweeting updates during tonight’s game. Follow me and ask questions @ChrisSmithET

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Red Sox starting pitcher Daisuke Matsuzaka left last night’s game with right elbow tightness but seems to be OK. “He was examined fairly extensively last night after he came out and actually did really well,” Red Sox manager Terry Francona said.  ”So that’s good. He’s going about his normal Day One activities. Certainly we want [...]

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Tim Wakefield will get the start tomorrow against the Mariners in place of Clay Buchholz. “(Buchholz) got sick,” Terry Francona said. “We had to send him home yesterday. We’re going to start Wake tomorrow. We’re going to back up Buch to Monday. He went home and had a pretty good nights sleep but we’ll give [...]

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Here is the Red Sox lineup today vs. Seattle right-hander Doug Fister: 1. Ellsbury, CF 2. Pedroia, 2B 3. Gonzalez, 1B 4. Youkilis, 3B 5. Ortiz, DH 6. Drew, RF 7. Lowrie, SS 8. Crawford, LF 9. Saltalamacchia, C Lackey, SP

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Some stats to consider: Jenks has a 8.64 ERA in 10 appearances. Crawford is batting .160 in 94 at-bats. Wheeler has a 9.82 ERA in eight appearances.

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Mike Cameron is the Red Sox Player of the Day after he stroked two home runs in Boston’s 5-4 loss to the Seattle Mariners today. The homers were Cameron’s first two of the season. The first one, maybe one of the weakest home runs ever hit, was just barely wrapped around Pesky Pole. “I saw [...]

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Reliever Bobby Jenks was the losing pitcher here tonight at Fenway Park, going one inning — the seventh — and allowing two earned runs on three hits and one walk. The Red Sox lost 5-4 in front of 37,845. Jenks did not allow a single run in his first four outings this year. Since then, [...]

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