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Lester says he only wants one pitch back

Jon Lester (three runs on six hits) turns his back on the solo homer by Willy Aybar in the seventh before dejectedly taking a seat (right) after the inning. Jon Lester (three runs on six hits) turns his back on the solo homer by Willy Aybar in the seventh before dejectedly taking a seat (right) after the inning. (Barry Chin (left), Jim Davis/Globe Staff)
By Adam Kilgore
Globe Staff / October 20, 2008

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ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - Jon Lester walked onto the mound last night charged with ensuring he would make that walk again this year. The Rays had thumped him in his last outing, and he had never lost consecutive starts in his career. He expected he would transform back to the same scowling, measured Texan who blew through the Los Angeles ... (Full article: 818 words)

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