Found June 13, 2012 on NESN.com:
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Clay Buchholz impressed yet again on Tuesday night, tossing seven strong innings and willing the Red Sox to their first win in five games. Buchholz, Felix Doubront and other members of the Boston pitching brigade have proven pretty consistent as of late. And it looks like the Red Sox offense might need to take a page out of their book given their recent sun-scoring troubles. Check out the video above from Red Sox First Pitch to hear more about what the Sox must do to improve at the plate.
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