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Wells attempts to clear the air

He says he didn't accuse Dellucci

David Wells gave up two runs in five innings for Pawtucket. He could be in the Boston rotation as early as Friday.
David Wells gave up two runs in five innings for Pawtucket. He could be in the Boston rotation as early as Friday. (AP Photo) AP Photo
By Gordon Edes
Globe Staff / May 22, 2006

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PHILADELPHIA -- A day after bringing up David Dellucci's name in a discussion of steroids that primarily centered on Barry Bonds , Red Sox pitcher David Wells called Sox publicist John Blake to deny that he had accused the Phillies outfielder of using steroids or insinuating that he had. Blake passed along Wells's comments to a Phillies official, and they ... (Full article: 1404 words)

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