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Lanky left-hander has been most reliable option out of Red Sox bullpen

Updated: July 2, 2013, 12:45 AM ET
By Gordon Edes | ESPNBoston.com

BOSTON -- The bunt could not have been executed any better, the left-handed hitting Colby Rasmus quickly sliding his hands up the barrel of his bat and gently pushing the ball to the left of the pitcher's mound. Brandon Snyder, playing third base for the Boston Red Sox, had no play. Neither did the catcher, Ryan Lavarnway.

Rasmus, a swift runner, had to like his chances of reaching first base safely -- until the 6-foot-7 pitcher on the mound sprung into action. Displaying surprising agility, ...

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