From Bad To Worse: Bard Hits Two Batters, Ump For PawSox

July 6, 2012 12:00 AM
From Bad To Worse: Bard Hits Two Batters, Ump For PawSox
" BOSTON (CBS) – Things are going from bad to worse for Red Sox reliever Daniel Bard.

Bard faced four batters Thursday night for the Pawtucket Red Sox, hitting two, throwing two wild pitches, and allowing three runs without recording an out in the fifth inning against the Rochester Red Wings.

Bard entered with runners on second and third with no outs, and started his night by plunking the first batter he faced. He then gave up a two-run double, hit another batter, and allowed two more runs on two wild pitches. Bard finished his night by surrendering an RBI single to give Rochester a 6-1 lead "

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