Found June 26, 2013 on NESN.com:
Allen Webster has gotten a number of spot starts and has continued to struggle, but that hasn’t stopped the Red Sox from giving him opportunities. Webster allowed five runs in 4 1/3 innings on on Saturday in Detroit, with four of the runs coming in the first inning. The Sox’ rotation looks to be three men deep, with Ryan Dempster, Felix Doubront and John Lackey coming through with some pretty solid performances — and Webster making inconsistent starts in between. The interest thing is that the Sox haven’t given up on Webster just yet. The right-hander has shown flashes of the skill that makes him so intriguing. Don Orsillo gives insight into Webster and more in his weekly mailbag. What is your favorite ball park to eat at and be an announcer for? – Danny Vail Two different questions and two different answers. Favorite to eat at is Houston Astros Minute Maid Park. Best fried chicken I have ever had. Camden Yards in Baltimore probably has the best broadcast location and viewing sight ...
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