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Lackey a workhorse, as advertised

He didn't get the win, but righty receives kudos for getting Red Sox deep yet again

Updated: June 6, 2010, 9:45 PM ET
By Joe McDonald | ESPNBoston.com

BALTIMORE -- When Red Sox pitcher John Lackey disagrees with a call and glares at an umpire, it's a sure sign the game is on the line and the veteran righthander is focused.

There were a few occasions on Sunday at Camden Yards when Lackey's body language made it clear to the man in black behind the plate that he was not happy. Lackey wasn't placing blame on the umpire for a bad call, he was merely reflecting displeasure with himself.

In his 12th start for the Red Sox this season, ...

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