Hall got second chance at third

Utility player only bright spot for Sox

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By Nate Taylor
Globe Correspondent / July 16, 2010

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Another chance was all Bill Hall wanted. With the Red Sox down early, Hall knew he could not afford to give the Rangers more chances at the plate. Hall could tell starter Tim Wakefield didn’t have his best knuckleball. So if the Red Sox were going to get back in the game, Hall figured they needed to start on defense. (Full article: 686 words)

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