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Timlin's 'good pitch' a goner

Mistake ruins bullpen's work

Mike Timlin disconsolately heads back to work as Carlos Peña heads around third following his decisive three-run homer. Mike Timlin disconsolately heads back to work as Carlos Peña heads around third following his decisive three-run homer. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)
By Adam Kilgore
Globe Staff / September 11, 2008

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Mike Timlin turned and watched the ball sail into the night, satisfied with what he had done. He had thrown a sinker to Carlos Peña, down and away, maybe not even over the edge of the plate, just like he wanted. There was no way Peña could lift it, Timlin figured. (Full article: 645 words)

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