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Call tagged a mistake

Hard to argue Sox caught break

With Jason Varitek (left) securely on first base, Mariners manager Mike Hargrove argues with umpire Rick Reed, who ruled Richie Sexson failed to tag Varitek, allowing a run to score.
With Jason Varitek (left) securely on first base, Mariners manager Mike Hargrove argues with umpire Rick Reed, who ruled Richie Sexson failed to tag Varitek, allowing a run to score. (Globe Staff Photo / Matthew J. Lee) Globe Staff Photo / Matthew J. Lee
By Amalie Benjamin
Globe Staff / April 17, 2006

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Had first base umpire Rick Reed gotten an easy chair and a television replay -- like those of you watching at home -- he might have come to the same conclusion that most everyone else (including pitcher Jarrod Washburn, first baseman Richie Sexson, and baserunner Jason Varitek) did. On that funky play in the first inning yesterday -- just one ... (Full article: 612 words)

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