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Foulke is pen's lone bright spot

Terry Francona (front) and Curt Schilling don’t appear too happy as the Yankees near completion of their sweep.
Terry Francona (front) and Curt Schilling don’t appear too happy as the Yankees near completion of their sweep. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff) Jim Davis/Globe Staff
By Fluto Shinzawa
Globe Staff / August 22, 2006

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Mike Timlin, the senior member of Boston's battered bullpen, acted as its spokesman yesterday in capturing the psyches of his fellow beaten-and-bruised relievers. (Full article: 764 words)

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