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Red Sox coverage in today's Globe

Posted by Peter Abraham, Globe Staff  August 19, 2012 09:44 AM

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The Red Sox, for one day, looked great as they topped the Yankees, 4-1, behind Jon Lester.

Dan Shaughnessy writes that Lester is a keeper. (Subscription needed).

Carl Crawford is seeking elbow surgery to get ready for next season.

The notebook has Blue Jays manager John Farrell not interested in talking about the Red Sox.

Pedro Ciriaco hit the Yankees hard again. Alex Prewitt has the story.

The Futures at Fenway notebook has Deven Marrero becoming a leader for Lowell. Jason Mastrodonato has that story.

Pitching prospect Brian Johnson was hit in the head by a ball during the doubleheader. Craig Forde has the details.

In the Sunday Baseball Notes, Nick Cafardo looks at managers losing their power over players. (Subscription needed).

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