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Kalish’s night turns on collision

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Ryan Kalish gets his glove on the ball but can’t haul in Trevor Crowe’s drive to left. Ryan Kalish gets his glove on the ball but can’t haul in Trevor Crowe’s drive to left. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)
By Nate Taylor
Globe Correspondent / August 3, 2010

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Ryan Kalish was not stopping at third base, he wanted to score. After a pinch-hit single by Daniel Nava, Kalish raced toward home from second base. The Red Sox were trailing, 6-2, in the seventh inning and Kalish wanted to provide a spark. So he ran as fast as he could, hoping to beat Shin-Soo Choo’s throw to the plate. (Full article: 527 words)

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