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Game of catch

AL rallies and defeats the NL again

Carl Crawford of the Rays catches a drive at the fence hit by the Rockies' Brad Hawpe off Red Sox closer Jonathan Papelbon in the seventh inning of a tied game. Papelbon registered the win when the AL scored in the top of the eighth to prevail, 4-3. (AP) Carl Crawford of the Rays catches a drive at the fence hit by the Rockies' Brad Hawpe off Red Sox closer Jonathan Papelbon in the seventh inning of a tied game. Papelbon registered the win when the AL scored in the top of the eighth to prevail, 4-3.
By Amalie Benjamin
Globe Staff / July 15, 2009

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It had hardly any of the dramatics of the 2008 All-Star Game, was hardly the farewell baseball gave to venerable Yankee Stadium that year. Instead, in the comfortable confines of Busch Stadium, the red-and-white dotted crowd trying valiantly to bring their Cardinals (individually) and the National League (as a group) a win, Curtis Granderson jogged home from ... (Full article: 975 words)

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