Found August 06, 2013 on NESN.com:
The Biogenesis-related suspensions were announced Monday afternoon, and the punishments had the baseball world buzzing. Red Sox Nation knows that Jonny Gomes is a competitor first and foremost and his reaction fit his reputation. Recalling a walk-off home run that recently-suspended Jhonny Peralata hit against Boston this season, Gomes noted how unfair that victory was as every game matters in the tight division race they’re in with the Rays. Check out the above video to hear more of Gomes’ reaction, as well as Shane Victorino‘s. Filed under: Boston Red Sox, Boston Red Sox Video, NESN Sports Today, NESN Video, Top Stories, Video
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