Found June 28, 2012 on CLNS Radio:
The Red Sox have finally climbed into third place in the AL East, and now take their 40-35 record on the road to start a West coast road trip against the Seattle Mariners. The Sox held their ground at home going 7-2 for their last 9 game homestand, but in the meantime lost more player [...]
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