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Kielty doesn't sidestep chance

Getting an unexpected start against a righthander, Bobby Kielty reached base three times and hit his first HR of the year. Getting an unexpected start against a righthander, Bobby Kielty reached base three times and hit his first HR of the year. (JONATHAN DANIEL/GETTY IMAGES)
By Amalie Benjamin
Globe Staff / August 27, 2007

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CHICAGO -- Walking into the clubhouse yesterday, Bobby Kielty doubted he was going to be in the lineup. The Red Sox outfielder knew both the perception and the reality of recent years, that he didn't hit very well from the left side. That he was a better and more confident hitter from his natural side, despite being a switch hitter. (Full article: 691 words)

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