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Increased production is the order of the day

By Bob Hohler
Globe Staff / April 8, 2004

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BALTIMORE -- After stranding 23 runners and batting .111 (2 for 18) with runners in scoring position over the first two games, the Red Sox last night tried a new approach, batting David Ortiz third in front of Manny Ramirez . It marked only the second start batting third of Ortiz's six-year career. The move paid immediate dividends. Ortiz was ... (Full Article: 949 Words)

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