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Patient Drew reveals deep thoughts on season

Julian Tavarez allowed just one run and two hits over six innings for his first win since June 20. Julian Tavarez allowed just one run and two hits over six innings for his first win since June 20. (JONATHAN DANIEL/GETTY IMAGES)
By Gordon Edes
Globe Staff / August 27, 2007

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CHICAGO -- In this regard, the Red Sox were correct in their judgment about J.D. Drew , or so it appears. Outwardly, at least, the veteran outfielder is impervious to the criticism that comes with the territory when you play in Boston and don't perform to expectations. (Full article: 915 words)

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