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Small ball produced big result

The winning rally had unusual look

By Adam Kilgore
Globe Staff / September 16, 2009

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The Red Sox possess a clear philosophy for how they prefer to score runs, with blunt force and big innings. Manager Terry Francona relies on that idea, but he is not an inflexible man, not incapable of acting in contrast to his theory when he believes the moment calls for it. (Full article: 720 words)

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