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Game 105 recap: Maybe the run starts tomorrow

Salty sucked again, too, which is stunning. Not.

Highest WPA: Cody Ross, .082
Lowest WPA: Aaron Cook, -.287

Another night, another obviously injured Red Sox player booed by the Fenway “faithful.” Tonight Carl Crawford was able to shut the idiots up by hitting a home run, but then they came back in force when he happened to make the last out of the game. For all the noise they make about loving it when a guy plays through pain, they seem awfully quick to turn on a guy whose elbow is literally hanging on by a thread and could need Tommy John surgery at any time.

Cook got victimized by some bad luck on balls in play early on, but then he made a couple of bad pitches to Miguel Cabrera and Prince Fielder that ended his night in a hurry. With Breslow in the fold, you have to think that the only way Cook makes another start is if Josh Beckett has to miss a turn; one way or another, Franklin Morales is going back into the rotation.

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