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Tough situations have brought out the best in Daniel Bard

On May 23 in Cleveland, Daniel Bard entered the game with a runner on second and one out in the eighth, charged with protecting Boston’s one-run lead. After getting a pop-up from Carlos Santana, he surrendered back-to-back hits by Michael Brantley and Asdrubal Cabrera that cost the Red Sox the game. That sequence is notable because it’s so uncommon in the 2011 canon of Red Sox contests. (Providence Journal)

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