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Red Sox coverage in today's Globe

Posted by Peter Abraham, Globe Staff  April 8, 2010 08:08 AM

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Two potential walk-off shots fell short for the Red Sox But Curtis Granderson didn't miss for the Yankees last night. Amalie Benjamin has the story.

Dan Shaughnessy has a column about the alarming situation as the Sox fall to 1-2

Issue No. 2 is whether Jonathan Papelbon should still be the closer. Nick Cafardo's On Baseball column raises that point.

Curtis Granderson is off to a good start for the Yankees.

CC Sabathia thinks the Red Sox made the right move with Mike Cameron.

The notebook has John Lackey making a successful debut, Clay Buchholz tuning up, a new Sox Hall of Fame class, Boof Bonser and Daisuke Matsuzaka toiling on the farm and the teams getting warned last night.

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