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Lester in the zone in light workload

Jon Lester knew he wouldn't go long in his final start before the postseason, so he made the most out of his six innings. Jon Lester knew he wouldn't go long in his final start before the postseason, so he made the most out of his six innings. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)
By Michael Vega
Globe Staff / September 26, 2008

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It was the only time Terry Francona said he ever rooted against Jon Lester. The Red Sox manager was faced with an interesting dilemma in last night's 6-1 victory over the Indians before a Fenway Park crowd of 37,726, who sat on the edge of their seats as Lester didn't allow a hit through five innings. (Full article: 770 words)

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