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These Red Sox are accountable

Lester and Co. learned the hard way that 'you've got to fail in order to succeed'

Updated: May 21, 2013, 1:25 AM ET
By Gordon Edes | ESPNBoston.com

CHICAGO -- The day after Red Sox first baseman Mike Napoli misplayed that pop fly in the canvas-colored roof of Tropicana Field last week, a play that loomed large in John Lackey losing to Tampa Bay, Napoli heard about it, loudly. From Lackey. Nothing personal, mind you.

That's how these Red Sox roll, Jon Lester said.

"Nobody is safe," Lester said. "The guys in this club, you come in here every day, you've got Pedey getting on Will, you've got Will getting ...

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