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Rookie Tazawa battles, but loses

Terry Francona lifts Junichi Tazawa yesterday; he said the youngster “didn’t have the best life on his fastball.’’ Terry Francona lifts Junichi Tazawa yesterday; he said the youngster “didn’t have the best life on his fastball.’’ (Lm Otero/Associated Press)
By Adam Kilgore
Globe Staff / August 17, 2009

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ARLINGTON, Texas - Once the Red Sox’ pitching staff derailed, the plan for Junichi Tazawa’s maiden season in the United States followed along. Those two facts dovetailed yesterday, when Tazawa pitched one of the most pivotal games of the Sox’ season, not by choice but by necessity. (Full article: 798 words)

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