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Red Sox old-timer's memorabilia going up for sale

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BIDDEFORD, Maine - Some items belonging to one of the Boston Red Sox's early members - when the team was known as the Boston Americans - are coming up for sale. Third baseman Harry Lord played for the Americans and then the Red Sox, becoming one of the first captains in 1910, before he switched colors to the White Sox.
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Sparkle of hidden gem with Ryan Brasier

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BALTIMORE - The turning point to preserving a Red Sox victory in Chris Sale's return to the mound yesterday came in the sixth inning, when Ryan Brasier was called in to relieve Tyler Thornburg, who loaded the bases with two outs. Brasier, who did not sign until early March and was not called up to the Red Sox until early July, trotted in and went to battle with Orioles cleanup hitter Trey Mancini, looking to protect a 2-0 lead.
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Power Rankings: No. 1 Red Sox see rivals jump

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The Red Sox held their spot at the top of this week's Power Rankings, going 6-1 in their past two series, but the rival Yankees made strides up the list.
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Red Sox old-timer's memorabilia going up for sale

5 monthes ago   |   By

BIDDEFORD, Maine - Some items belonging to one of the Boston Red Sox's early members - when the team was known as the Boston Americans - are coming up for sale.
Third baseman Harry Lord played for the Americans and then the Red Sox, becoming one of the first captains in 1910, before he switched colours to the White Sox.
His items that go up for auction on Wednesday include a 6-foot-long panoramic photo of the Red Sox and Washington Nationals playing on Patriots Day at the Huntington Avenue Grounds in Boston in 1910, two years before Fenway Park came to be. There's also a photo of Lord and...
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