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Bullpen, Bard hit their stride

Daniel Bard looks for relief after hitting Paul Konerko to load the bases in the seventh. Daniel Bard looks for relief after hitting Paul Konerko to load the bases in the seventh. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)
By Fluto Shinzawa
Globe Staff / August 25, 2009

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As Carlos Quentin’s seventh-inning fly ball to right landed in J.D. Drew’s glove, Daniel Bard slapped his mitt with satisfaction and walked off the mound. The power-armed righty, called in from the bullpen a batter earlier, had thrown one of his best pitches - fastball away to the righthanded Quentin - to halt Chicago’s bases-loaded rally and prevent the White ... (Full article: 785 words)

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