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Varitek (4 for 4) is catching fire at the plate

As his third-inning solo home run -- which earned him high-fives from his teammates and was the centerpiece of his 4-for-4 evening -- attested, Jason Varitek has hit his stride in May. As his third-inning solo home run -- which earned him high-fives from his teammates and was the centerpiece of his 4-for-4 evening -- attested, Jason Varitek has hit his stride in May.
By Gordon Edes
Globe Staff / May 9, 2007

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No one is suggesting the bottom of this Red Sox order is the equal of the 2004 team's, which had a batting champion, Bill Mueller , hitting ninth. But it no longer looks to be the black hole some projected it to be, either. (Full article: 833 words)

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