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Felix Doubront came out on the losing end of a pitcher’s duel at Fenway Park on Wednesday night, despite recording another impressive performance.
Recording his fifth-straight quality start, Doubront allowed only three earned run on six hits in 6 2/3 innings of work. With the exception of a couple pitches the left-hander wishes he could take back, Doubront is ready to move on and look ahead to the next game.
Check out what the lefty had to say about his start in the above video.
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