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Inning became a lost cause for Ramirez

It was that kind of day for David Ortiz and the Red Sox offense: The big DH is a bit down after flying out in the ninth inning. It was that kind of day for David Ortiz and the Red Sox offense: The big DH is a bit down after flying out in the ninth inning. (Darren Calabrese/Canadian Press/Ap)
By Amalie Benjamin
Globe Staff / May 31, 2009

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TORONTO - The normally soft-spoken Ramon Ramirez was in no mood to talk after yesterday's game, unhappy that a large group of reporters approached him without benefit of an interpreter, and clearly upset with the way his outing had gone. For the first time this season, after recording a 0.74 ERA through his first 22 outings, Ramirez was the one ... (Full article: 771 words)

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