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Uncontrollable factors were at play in fourth

By Amalie Benjamin
Globe Staff / April 18, 2007

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TORONTO -- Had Julio Lugo managed to come up with the scorched ball that went just beyond the glove of the grounded shortstop, it likely would have meant a double play, getting the Red Sox out of the fourth inning with no damage done, and with 22 fewer pitches thrown by Daisuke Matsuzaka. (Full article: 790 words)

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