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After early trouble, he comes up aces

By Nick Cafardo
Globe Staff / May 28, 2005

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In matter of 3 hours 15 minutes, the Red Sox lost their fourth straight game (6-3 to the Yankees), allowed closer Mariano Rivera to get the Boston monkey off his back, and boosted the confidence of struggling New York lefthander Randy Johnson, who said he was throwing ''four-to-five" miles per hour faster last night than at any ... (Full article: 681 words)

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