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Stealing gets easier with Penny on mound

Sox starter Brad Penny worked on his slider against the Rangers last night, but couldn’t keep Texas off the basepaths. Sox starter Brad Penny worked on his slider against the Rangers last night, but couldn’t keep Texas off the basepaths. (Lm Otero/Associated Press)
By Adam Kilgore
Globe Staff / August 16, 2009

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ARLINGTON, Texas - There have been 1,741 games played this baseball season, and only three times has one team stolen eight bases. The opposing starting pitcher in two of those instances was Brad Penny. (Full article: 598 words)

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