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After his Opening Day clunker against the Yankees in which his offense bailed him out, James Shields pitched his second consecutive game in which he logged at least 8 innings (8 1/3 today), as he propelled his team to a 1-0 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Boston Marathon/Patriots Day in Boston, MA.

Daniel Bard pitched very effectively for the Red Sox albeit in a losing effort, giving up only 1 run over 6.67 innings pitched to keep his team close. Bard somehow managed to scatter 7 walks over those 6.67 innings to allow only the single run that he yielded to the D-Rays.

http://bostonherald.com/sports/baseball/red_sox/view.bg?articleid=1061125003&position=0

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After his Opening Day clunker against the Yankees in which his offense bailed him out, James Shields pitched his second consecutive game in which he logged at least 8 innings (8 1/3 today), as he propelled his team to a 1-0 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Boston Marathon/Patriots Day in Boston, MA.

Daniel Bard pitched very effectively for the Red Sox albeit in a losing effort, giving up only 1 run over 6.67 innings pitched to keep his team close. Bard somehow managed to scatter 7 walks over those 6.67 innings to allow only the single run that he yielded to the D-Rays.

http://bostonherald.com/sports/baseball/red_sox/view.bg?articleid=1061125003&position=0

Halle friggin lujah! Big game Shields lives up to his name. Avoid the sweep!

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