• John Lackey and Felix Doubront, starters turned relievers, play key roles in Boston’s Game 4 win

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Oct 28, 2013
    Then came Doubront, who started 26 games this season for Boston, but was great in relief in Game 3 and great again in Game 4. "Oh, I'll be there," Lackey said. With the Red Sox paring their rotation down to four in the playoffs, though, Doubront has done his best work as a swing man. Catcher David Ross called Doubront Boston's MVP for the night, in addition tohome-run hitting Jonny Gomes. He is, essentially, the reason Boston has had a chance in the last two games despite getting only four innings from ea...
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    • Lackey contributes big inning of relief in eighth

      John Lackey hadn't thrown an inning out of the bullpen since 2004, but that didn't stop him from telling Red Sox manager John Farrell that he would be available to throw an inning of relief in Game 4 of the World Series at Busch Stadium on Sunday night …
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    • Doubront delivers again in huge spot in Game 4

      Felix Doubront bridged the gap to Boston's late-inning relievers after ailing starter Clay Buchholz exited after four innings in Game 4, with the 26-year-old Venezuelan left-hander pitching 2 2/3 innings of one-run ball, ultimately playing a big part in…
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