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There was no problem with Houston pitching

By Chris Snow
Globe Staff / October 21, 2005

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ST. LOUIS -- A soaked Brad Lidge moved about the visiting clubhouse at Busch Stadium Wednesday night at 100 smiles an hour, answering questions as he did. Lidge praised his teammates for picking him up after his blown save Monday night, notably Roy Oswalt, whom Lidge called a ''silent assassin," an accidentally (and cryptically) clever label for a man with ... (Full article: 1065 words)

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