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                     Marie Epstein at "From Fenway to the Runway." (Bill Brett photo)

With the Sox in free fall, we've turned our attention to the players' wives and girlfriends, who were at the Natick Collection today for "From Fenway to the Runway," their annual fund-raiser for the Red Sox Foundation. The sold-out fashion show drew a slew of Sox spouses, including one -- Shonda Schilling and Ana Delcarmen -- whose hubbies aren't even on the team anymore. Crowd pleasers included Daisuke Matsuzaka's missus, Tomoyo; Josh Beckett's fiancee, Holly Fisher; and Mike Lowell's bride, Bertha, whose shout-out to Boston seemed to signal this will be her last time down the runway as a member of Red Sox Nation. Also eye-catching were Marie Epstein -- yes, Theo was there watching from the wings -- Cynara McDonald, Krista Lackey, Jacque Francona, Sarah Atchison, Farrah Lester, Adair Bard, Georgia Nua, Lindsay Buchholz, Kelsey Hawkins, Kelli Pedroia, Tiffany Ortiz, Yuka Okajima, Anne McGuire, Sandi Reingold, and Channel 5's Liz Brunner. Also there, though not modeling, were John Henry's wife, Linda Pizzuti Henry, and Ben Mezrich's wife, Tonya. Each table had a centerpiece of popcorn boxes -- clever, right? -- filled with white popcorn hydrangea, all donated by Winston Flowers.

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                              Tomoyo Matsuzaka (Globe photo/Pat Greenhouse)

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