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October 11, 2013

Red Sox pitchers share ideas, success


The right-hander was craving the chance to pitch in the playoffs and allowed just one run on five hits and didn’t surrender a walk in his 5.2 innings. He threw just 74 pitches, and the only reason Farrell relieved him when he did was because the next batter, James Loney, had previous success against the right-hander.

“Jake’s just getting the ball and going and working hard and working fast — never giving in,” Saltalamacchia added.

Lackey and Buchholz obviously must pitch better than they did the ALDS.

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