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Lowell called, and thrown, out

Ninth-inning whiff has him enraged

By Amalie Benjamin
Globe Staff / July 26, 2008

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Mike Lowell jumped in surprise and anger. The Red Sox third baseman thought the pitch from Mariano Rivera was a ball. But it was called a strike by Marty Foster , ending Lowell's at-bat as the second out in the bottom of the ninth inning. And Lowell didn't agree. After making that jump, he went after Foster, getting right in ... (Full article: 739 words)

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