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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Boston Red Sox
The pine tar on Michael Pineda's neck was a stain for the New York Yankees.
The Boston Red Sox made sure the umpires noticed something on New York pitcher Michael Pineda this time.
Less than two weeks after pitching against Boston with what appeared to be pine tar on his pitching hand, the New York Yankees' Michael Pineda was ejected from a game against the Red Sox on Wednesday night after umpires found a foreign substance on his neck.
Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda was ejected for using pine tar less than two weeks after appearing to get away with using a foreign substance in another game against Boston, and the Red Sox beat New York 5-1 on Wednesday night.
Jacoby Ellsbury and a couple of miscues were too much for the Boston Red Sox.
Pineda's ejection in the second inning Wednesday night occurred 13 days after he had brown goo on his right hand during a 4-1 win over Boston at Yankee Stadium That sparked a debate about pitchers' use of sticky substances to get a better grip in cool weather.
Yankees center fielder Jacoby Ellsbury received a mixed reception Tuesday night in his first game at Fenway Park as an opponent.
A five-run lead wasn't enough to save Baltimore from a series of late defensive blunders.
The Baltimore Orioles nearly lost twice in 20 hours after taking big leads against the Boston Red Sox in both games.
Dustin Pedroia started fast, stopped and then raced home with the winning run. It certainly was an adventurous way to end a game.
The Boston Red Sox held an emotional 20-minute pregame ceremony honoring victims of the Boston Marathon bombings along with law enforcement officials, medical personnel, runners and race volunteers before Sunday night's game against the Baltimore Orioles.
It was a repeat performance the John Lackey could have done without.
Chicago White Sox ace Chris Sale refused to hang his head after being outdueled by Boston Red Sox starter Jon Lester.
The White Sox bullpen provided one opportunity after another.
Alexei Ramirez is finding different ways of helping the White Sox earn dramatic victories.