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At last, crunch time was punch time

Let's dance: Airborne Kevin Youkilis, who scored the winning run, and Jed Lowrie were front and center in the postgame celebration. Let's dance: Airborne Kevin Youkilis, who scored the winning run, and Jed Lowrie were front and center in the postgame celebration. (Barry Chin/Globe Staff)
By Adam Kilgore
Globe Staff / October 18, 2008

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When Jed Lowrie doubled in the bottom of the seventh inning Thursday night, it seemed the hit would serve scant purpose aside, perhaps, from further reminding the Red Sox of their offensive inadequacy. They had marooned all six base runners they managed in the previous six innings against the Tampa Bay Rays. Their first 10 at-bats ... (Full article: 887 words)

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