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They know pitching was for the birds

By John Powers
Globe Staff / October 24, 2004

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They knew that their batsmen would get them a bunch of runs, one way or another. Larry Walker, their one-time wanna-be hockey player, would get a bunch of hits. Maybe Tim Wakefield's knuckler would flutter out of the strike zone for a few walks. Manny Ramirez might do a double twisting layout vault in the outfield. (Full article: 631 words)

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