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bases for Ortiz, who lined an RBI single to right. One pitch later, Holt scored on a wild pitch, but Stroman retired Mike Napoli on a groundout and struck out Daniel Nava. TRAINER'S ROOM Red Sox: SS Xander Bogaerts has passed baseball's mandatory
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iTunes or your mp3 player. &amp;nbsp; MIKE NAPOLI ABSOLUTELY DECIMATED A BASEBALL In the 11th inning in Toronto, Red Sox slugger Mike Napoli turned on a Sergio Santos offering and sent into orbit
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Ortiz would be ready the following day. Instead, Ortiz skipped batting practice again to rest his sore foot. Mike Napoli was at DH again Tuesday and Allen Craig made his second straight start at first base.
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return to the lineup Tuesday. Ortiz has 37 career homers at Rogers Centre, his highest total at any road stadium. Mike Napoli started at designated hitter Monday and Allen Craig made his first start for the Red Sox at first base. Also on Monday
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isn't much the skipper will miss, which at times can be a drawback. "He stayed on me and (former Angels catcher Mike ) Napoli pretty hard when we were over here but it was always to make us better, to teach, and have us learn the position
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owned in 43.7 percent of FOXSports.com leagues. He could offer you some cheap power down the stretch. Red Sox 1B Mike Napoli missed Wednesday's game due to back spasms, and is day to day. Streaming starters Nate Eovaldi wasn't so good
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Mike Napoli on his home run that helped the Red Sox top the Angels.
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Mike Napoli reacts to his performance in the 5-4 win over Cincinnati.
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3 victory in his most recent start at Fenway, but that came in 2012. He gave up four, including a solo homer to Mike Napoli , in six innings of a 4-2 loss to Boston (56-68) on Aug. 8. The right-hander, however, bounced back from
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which ended Wednesday in Cincinnati with a 5-4 victory, their third straight. "We're playing better baseball," Mike Napoli said after hitting a two-run home run. "I thought there were a couple more games we could've had." At Fenway