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Blue Jays 13, Red Sox 4

Imitation not always flattering

Ortiz ties mark; Sox gaffes costly

By Gordon Edes
Globe Staff / September 25, 2006

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TORONTO -- A good day to impersonate the Babe? Depends on the Babe. In David Ortiz's case, it was historic. The Red Sox DH, who hit his 53d home run in the first inning yesterday off Toronto lefthander Gustavo Chacin in the Rogers Centre, tied the American League record for home runs away from home, 32, set by Babe Ruth ... (Full article: 1119 words)

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