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After month in minors, Daniel Bard thinks he has figured things out


For the first time since the Red Sox optioned him to Triple-A Pawtucket on June 7, pitcher Daniel Bard worked back-to-back games this week because the right-hander finally felt like something clicked. Prior to pitching in Monday's game, PawSox pitching coach Rich Sauveur was waiting to hear back from Red Sox pitching coach Bob McClure as to whether Bard would be allowed to pitch on consecutive days. (ESPN.com)


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