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  1. #1
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    (14-27) Redsox @ Phillies (19-16)

    Game 1: Monday September 8th at 4:05 PM
    Martin Perez (2-4) Ė (4.07 ERA)

    The lefty, who continues the biggest bright spot in Bostonís rotation, held the Jays to three hits and one run over 6 2/3 innings in his last start. In fact Perez had a no-hitter through six. This will be his first career start in Philly.

    Game 2: Double Header TBD

  2. #2
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    The fact that Martin Perez "continues [to be] the biggest bright spot in Boston's rotation" kind of sums up the season, doesn't it?

    Looking forward to Tanner Houck's start. With the rotating cast of characters coming through the rotation I've been surprised that it has taken this long for him to get a shot. In a way, it may speak highly of how the Sox view him; I can only imagine that it means that they didn't want to start his service time clock too early and risk either losing him or seeing him super-2 them in arbitration down the road.

  3. #3
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    Houck's line: 5.0IP, 2H, 3BB, 7K on 85 pitches. Pretty good debut.

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