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Topic - Trayvon Robinson
Mariners rookie Anthony Vasquez got to start in his home state for the first time. And the left-hander had no better luck against the Rangers this time.
Elvis Andrus took off on a home run trot and Texas Rangers fans cheered as he mimicked what was going on in a game 1,400 miles away.
Boston Red Sox manager Terry Francona said Monday that recently acquired left-hander Erik Bedard is scheduled to start Thursday's series finale against Cleveland.
After a deal with Oakland for Rich Harden fell through, the AL East-leading Boston Red Sox were still able to find a starting pitcher to bolster their rotation Sunday.
"We did exactly what we were supposed to do, which is attack the ball. We both felt we could get it," Robinson said. "Thank God we didn't collide with each other or we probably wouldn't be talking right now."
"We did exactly what we were supposed to do, which is attack the ball. We both felt we could get it," Robinson said. "Thank God we didn't collide with each other or we probably wouldn't be talking right now. I thought it was a good effort. Next time, we just need to use a little more communication. It fell right between us. It looked like a movie on the replay."