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Wagner keeps coming back looking for more

Josh Reddick (right) gets a hand from Jacoby Ellsbury after his second-inning home run. Josh Reddick (right) gets a hand from Jacoby Ellsbury after his second-inning home run. (Rob Carr/Associated Press)
By Adam Kilgore
Globe Staff / September 20, 2009

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BALTIMORE - The day after his first loss with the Red Sox was hard for Billy Wagner . After his worst games, for the first 14 years of his career, Wagner savored the chance to pitch again. He always wanted to atone immediately, to erase the sting of losing a game by saving one the next night. (Full article: 1266 words)

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