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Quarter not worth a lot

Sox can't create room in the East

Despite catcher Jason Varitek's best efforts, Michael Cuddyer slides safely into home in the Twins' three-run fifth inning. Despite catcher Jason Varitek's best efforts, Michael Cuddyer slides safely into home in the Twins' three-run fifth inning. (Eric Miller/Reuters)
By Nick Cafardo
Globe Staff / May 13, 2008

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MINNEAPOLIS - The major league scouts watching the Red Sox this past week have raved at the team's depth, pitching, offense, speed, and defense. They're convinced there isn't a better team in the league. (Full article: 1032 words)

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