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Cheers with no runners in sight

Posted by Chris Forsberg, Boston.com Staff  April 20, 2009 11:57 AM

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Varitek connects. (Jim Davis / Globe Staff)

A loud batch of cheers went up from the finish line area with no runners in sight a short time ago.

The reason?

A message flashed on the giant TV screen alerting fans that Jason Varitek had hit a solo home run to put the Red Sox on top of the Orioles, 3-0, in the second inning.

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