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Jon Lester interacts with some fans during spring training.
Jon Lester interacts with some fans during spring training. (Globe Staff Photo / Barry Chin) Globe Staff Photo / Barry Chin
By Chris Snow
Globe Staff / March 31, 2006

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About an hour after Jon Lester comes off the mound, for as long as he's pitched minor league baseball, John or Kathie Lester's phone will ring in suburban Tacoma, Wash. There was, John Lester recalls, one memorable exception, a summer day in 2003 when his son pitched for Single A Augusta, and the call never came. (Full article: 1458 words)

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