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Spring Training Game 15: Bucs/Sox Live Blog

Spring Training Game 15: Bucs/Sox Live Blog

Pirates 3, Red Sox 2. Pirates.com recap here. If you're reading the transcript after the conclusion of the game, you'll want to start from the bottom and work your way to the top.

3:08: Live box.

BOTTOM OF THE SEVENTH
3:07: Andrew strikes out on yet another full count. I'm due for a seventh inning stretch, I think, but I'll be back for the recap later.

3:04: Neil Walker works the count, then pokes one out to left. Just barely cleared the fence, but a homer nonetheless. Castillo grounded out, and Superjoe McEwing made a nice play in left on Matos. Maybe McCutchen can make it 2 for 2 for our top prospects?

2:59: J.C. Romero in for Boston.

TOP OF THE SEVENTH
2:58: Lowell flies to Cutch in center. Three up, three down, still tied at two.
2:55: Varitek up. Edwards stays in th...

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