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Foulke's debut all business

By Bob Hohler
Globe Staff / March 13, 2004

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A new era unfolded for the Red Sox yesterday when Keith Foulke fired his first pitch as the team's closer. Never mind that Foulke pitched the fourth inning instead of the ninth. Or that he was not particularly happy with his performance despite retiring the Dodgers in order. Or that it was only spring training. (Full Article: 808 Words)

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