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Peter Gammons wrong to call out Globe reporter

The perception that Peter Gammons’s journalistic compass can go on the fritz when it comes to matters of the Red Sox is not a new one.

Most memorable was a moment in the immediate aftermath of the World Series-clinching victory in 2004. During a live interview on ESPN, outfielder Gabe Kapler gently kidded Gammons about how much the victory must have meant to him, saying something to the effect of, “Come on, Peter, we all know you’re a Red Sox fan.’’

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