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Miscues are hard to take

Frustration mounts for Lowell, Crisp

By Nick Cafardo
Globe Staff / April 29, 2007

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NEW YORK -- For Mike Lowell, it was two more errors, giving him eight already this season. For Coco Crisp, it was blowing up at plate umpire Bruce Froemming and being ejected on a called third strike in the eighth inning, ending a potential rally. They were signs of the frustration the Red Sox felt in abundance in a 3-1 ... (Full article: 622 words)

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