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No rain, no fights as Red Sox tie series

After 48 hours of nonstop accusations, arguments, shame, and blame, the Red Sox and Yankees went back to playing baseball last night.

As a waning orange squash of a moon rose beyond the bleachers, Tim Wakefield threw baseballs that danced and dazzled and the Sox beat the Yankees, 3-2, to even the American League Championship Series at 2-2. Some are already thinking about the bombastic prospect of Pedro Martinez vs. Roger Clemens in a Game 7 Thursday night in Yankee Stadium. It would be the first Game 7 in Yankee Stadium since 1957.

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