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    Understandably, Middlebrooks was a happy man as he pulled tape off his wrists after the game.

     
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    “The past couple games I’ve been taking a lot of first-pitch strikes,” he said.

     
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    “I’ve tried to be patient and, what’s the word, selectively aggressive I guess."

     
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    “I’m getting healthy."

     
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    "My body is starting to feel normal again,” said Middlebrooks, who has been slowed by a back problem.

     
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    . “It’s a lingering thing, not killing me or anything but you get tight.”

     
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    Since it was his first game as a designated hitter, he said he was a bit more relaxed, but did some exercise between at-bats to stay loose.”

     
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    “For me, I just like to see him in the batter’s box hitting the ball hard,” DiSarcina said.

     
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    “He has been working on staying back on pitches and not getting out on his front foot."

     
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    “I have a good view of him when he gets jumpy,” Disarcina related.

     
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    “He starts getting out front and his left foot lands hard."

     
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    "When he’s nice and quiet and he lets the ball travel, swings at strikes he can do some damage.”

     
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    It is the sixth time in Pawtucket history a player has had eight RBI in one game.

     
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    Freddy Garcia was the last to do it, in 2000.

     
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    Middlebrooks served as the DH because Pawtucket had the Xander Bogaerts playing third base for the first time in his career.

     
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    It was the second time in four days that Middlebrooks, who was sent down from Boston on June 26, has hit two home runs in one game.

     
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    Middlebrooks slowed down on his final at-bat.

     
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    He merely lined a single to left in the eighth.

     
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    The fireworks Middlebrooks provided made a winner of Alfredo Aceves, who gave up five runs in five innings.

     
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    Aceves was hurt when poor outfield play led to two RailRiders runs, but he also was hit hard.

     
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    Dan Johnson and J.R. Murphy had home runs off him, giving Scranton/Wilkes-Barre 15 in the five-game series.

     
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    Pawtucket pitchers have allowed 91 home runs, the most in the league.

     
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    Bradley had a walk, double and home run, and scored three times for Pawtucket in the finale of a nine-game homestand.

     
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    Rubby De La Rosa and Anthony Carter were selected for the International League All-Star team this year.

     
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    Those two were named Wednesday to represent Pawtucket in the International League All-Star contest July 17 at Aces Ballpark in Reno, Nev.

     
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