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Lidle doesn't throw away big chance

Yankees catcher Sal Fasano is psyched and the Sox’ Mark Loretta is bummed out after Loretta lined to second to end the game and series.
Yankees catcher Sal Fasano is psyched and the Sox’ Mark Loretta is bummed out after Loretta lined to second to end the game and series. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff) Jim Davis/Globe Staff
By Kelsie Smith
Globe Correspondent / August 22, 2006

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On Friday, while Cory Lidle's new team drubbed the Red Sox in both games of a day-night doubleheader, the righthander was in Southern California, home for the funeral of his 97-year-old grandmother. (Full article: 722 words)

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