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By Amalie Benjamin
Globe Staff / August 7, 2006

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ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- There they were, lined up in perfect order for the win. It was exactly as Red Sox manager Terry Francona likely would have envisioned it: six strong innings from Jason Johnson, followed by his three mainstays, Manny Delcarmen, Mike Timlin, and Jonathan Papelbon. (Full article: 809 words)

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