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Old 03-03-2007, 12:28 AM
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Friday night at City of Palms Park, Matsuzaka lifted his red glove over his head, uncoiled from his deliberate windup, threw his first semi-official pitch for the Boston Red Sox and … a management school student and punter from Boston College hit it down the left-field line for a double.
To be fair, Johnny Ayers was probably looking gyroball.
Matsuzaka, who cost the Red Sox $103.1 million in posting fees and salary, threw 25 pitches over two innings in his spring debut, 19 of them strikes, and touched 93 mph with a fastball that generally arrived between 90 and 92. He allowed just the one baserunner – Ayers actually hit a 91-mph, get-ahead fastball – and struck out three.
"I am not 100 percent satisfied with how I pitched today," Matsuzaka said. "But, considering the time of the season … I'm OK with it right now."
So marks another step across the pond for Matsuzaka, being counted on to help the Red Sox overcome the New York Yankees and Toronto Blue Jays in the American League East. He'll stand with Curt Schilling, Josh Beckett, Jonathan Papelbon and Tim Wakefield in a rotation thinned by injury and circumstance last season
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Opening Night. Yea
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Dice K 7 ks throwing mid 90's through seven. Very Impressive. Gave up one dinger to Dejesus who quipped "It was a gyro ball"

Is there a more exciting player than Jose Reyes. Two triples tonight One from each side of the plate, the second one standup? Go Mets!!!
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