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Ellsbury's day didn't come to crashing halt

Red Sox center fielder Coco Crisp rushes to the aid of right fielder Jacoby Ellsbury after Ellsbury crashed into the wall while chasing down a long fly ball by Adam Lind in the fourth inning. Red Sox center fielder Coco Crisp rushes to the aid of right fielder Jacoby Ellsbury after Ellsbury crashed into the wall while chasing down a long fly ball by Adam Lind in the fourth inning. (Frank Gunn/Canadian Press/Associated Press)
By Amalie Benjamin
Globe Staff / August 25, 2008

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TORONTO - As Jacoby Ellsbury lay on the turf in right field at Rogers Centre, down just in front of the chain link opening to the bullpen, the crowd began to boo. He had been out there for too long, in their estimation, as trainers and teammates attended to the injured outfielder. But after eight minutes of care, Ellsbury got ... (Full article: 1165 words)

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