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Lester turns in strong outing to lift Sox past Jays

Lester turns in strong outing to lift Sox past Jays

MLB.com Updated Jun 27, 2013
If only for a moment during the Red Sox's 7-4 victory over the Blue Jays on a misty Thursday night at Fenway Park, the pitching woes of Jon Lester looked like they would continue.
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  • Lawrie to stay in Minors until bat is ready

    Lawrie to stay in Minors until bat is ready

    MLB.com Jun 27, 2013
    Manager John Gibbons said Thursday that the Blue Jays may have rushed Brett Lawrie this season. After missing the World Baseball Classic due to a rib injury, Lawrie returned on April 16 without any Minor League games under his belt.
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  • Show of respect: Blue Jays hold team meeting to announce demoti…

    Show of respect: Blue Jays hold team meeting to announce demotion of Munenori Kawasaki

    yahoo.com Jun 27, 2013
    In a sign of respect and appreciation you don't often see in professional sports, the Toronto Blue Jays held an impromptu team meeting on Wednesday to announce the demotion of shortstop Munenori Kawasaki to Triple-A Buffalo. Kawasaki's demotion was made…
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  • Video - Lester Suffers Injury In Boston's Win 00:32

    Lester Suffers Injury In Boston's Win

    Jun 27
    Jon Lester exited in the eighth inning with an injury as the Red Sox held on to top the Blue Jays 7-4.
  • Video - Lester Suffers Injury In Boston's Win 00:56

    Lester Suffers Injury In Boston's Win

    Jun 27
    Highlight Of The Night: Jon Lester exited in the eighth inning with an injury as the Red Sox held on to top the Blue Jays 7-4.

Sports Columnists

  • NFL - Tight cap limiting $6 million-a-year players

    Jun 27
    A tight salary cap is limiting the number of $6 million-a-year contracts teams can dole out, writes John Clayton.
  • Sources -- Brooklyn Nets seek trade for Boston Celtics' Kevin Garnett, Pau…

    Jun 27
    The Brooklyn Nets and Boston Celtics are merely waiting on Kevin Garnett to waive his no-trade clause to clinch agreement on a trade that ultimately will land Paul Pierce and Garnett in Brooklyn, according to sources close to the process.