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With knee aching, Ortiz is given a break

Surprised Sox reliever Bryan Corey flags down a comebacker by Tampa Bay's Akinori Iwamura in the seventh inning. Surprised Sox reliever Bryan Corey flags down a comebacker by Tampa Bay's Akinori Iwamura in the seventh inning. (JIM DAVIS/GLOBE STAFF)
By Amalie Benjamin
Globe Staff / September 11, 2007

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He was lighthearted enough to pass along his theories on being a designated hitter - not suited for a family audience - yet David Ortiz conceded yesterday that his absence from the Red Sox lineup was about more than just a simple day of rest. His right knee, the one in which a torn meniscus has bothered him for much ... (Full article: 1229 words)

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