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Fast becoming a real favorite

Ellsbury speeds to fore in fourth

By Daniel Malloy
Globe Correspondent / July 3, 2007

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He didn't even slow down. In the fourth inning last night when a pitch from Texas reliever Willie Eyre skipped away from catcher Gerald Laird and toward the Rangers dugout, quicksilver rookie Jacoby Ellsbury came barreling around from second, legs churning and home plate in his sights. (Full article: 686 words)

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