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PawSox Early And Late Rallies Crush Tribe

PawSox Early And Late Rallies Crush Tribe

(photo:  Josh Harrison at third, watches a fly ball)Lincoln had a much easier time over the next two innings.  He retired the PawSox in order in the 3rd.  The 4th inning began with controversy.  Lavarnway began the inning with a long drive down the right field line, which bounced off ... well, something high in the corner, and caromed back into right field.  Lavarnway and his teammates, including the relief pitchers who admittedly had the best view from the visiting bullpen in the right field foul territory, though the ball had hit off the bottom of the wide part of the foul pole.  The Indians and most of the crowd thought the ball had bounced off the top of the green padded wall in the corner, just below the wide part of the foul pole.  Presley chased af...

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