Found September 24, 2012 on RedSoxLife:
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"Can I see some ID?"Jon Lester -- highest ERA of his career (4.96).Clay Buchholz -- 6 strikeouts per nine innings, lowest of his career.Alfredo Aceves -- 1.295 WHIP, highest of his career.Aaron Cook -- 1.3 home runs per nine innings, highest of his career.OK, so umpires don't affect home runs ... I'm just saying... it's a little suspicious ...
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