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Matsuzaka vs Litsch in Game

Lowell hits a three run shot. He now has a 16 game hitting streak. At the start of Lowell’s hitting streak he was hitting .310. He is now hitting .333. And Lowell now has 99 RBI’s.

Pedroia got another multi-hit game in his first three! at bats. He is 3-5 so far. Putting his average up to .328. Pedroia has 10 hits in his last 17 at bats.

Jacoby Ellsbury is now hitting close .400, at .397. This kid is the man. Ellsbury has a great mix of plate discipline, contact, speed, and hopefully some growing power.

Big Frank Thomas has 8 infield hits this year. Big man can move.

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