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The Boston Globe Attempts To Change History, Help Red Sox

This clipping came from this morning's Boston Globe, as captured by Marc Topkin and the St. Pete Times:


When you consider that the official scorer last night tried to give the slumping Carl Crawford a hit on a blatant error by Reid Brignac, this stops being a humorous typo and looks more like something much more sinister - the Boston press is taking the Sox's slump into their own hands!


What's next? Reporters jamming the door to the Rays locker room so no one can get out? Asking Joe Maddon if he'd "step into his office" for some questions, before mysteriously disappearing? Replacing the game footage of tonight's game with an edited copy of last season's ALDS? (Boy, Jon Lester sure looks a lot like Cliff Lee...)


All I know is that I'm gong to be on the lookout tonight for anything suspicious. If David Price enters the game and looks more like Daisuke Matsuzaka, I'm going to have some serious questions to ask.

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