October comes early at Fenway

As usual this time of year, things go Boston's way against the Angels in thriller

Updated: September 17, 2009, 8:29 AM ET
By Amy K. Nelson | ESPNBoston.com

BOSTON -- It had been more than six weeks since Jed Lowrie had a major league at-bat. Nick Green had just two hits all month and thought there wasn't the slightest chance he would be able to hit anything thrown at him. The Angels needed just one last strike, at Fenway Park, with an October chill in the air, against a team that had only three game-winning hits all season. And then it happened again.

Somehow, the Red Sox were again able to inflict damage on their West Coast foes, coming ...

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