Another day, another pitcher’s duel at the Jake last night. This time it was the Indians who got the better of the Red Sox as Fausto Carmona outdueled his counterpart, Josh Beckett, on a night full of strikeouts rather than hits. Carmona’s changeup was downright nasty and Beckett, well he made one mistake. That one mistake was the difference in the game. Let’s take a look at the headlines from last night’s game and other happenings appearing in the Boston and Cleveland area papers on this Thursday morning in RSN.

Duel doesn’t go Sox’ way. [Boston Globe]

Carmona brilliant as Cleveland Indians shut out Boston Red Sox, 1-0. [The Plain Dealer]

Beckett, Sox lose duel: One mistake mars matchup with Carmona. [Boston Herald]

Carmona, Gutierrez lead win over Red Sox. [Akron Beacon Journal]

A Pitching Gem, With One Flaw. [Hartford Courant]

Real down-and-outer. [Pro Jo]

Cleveland Indians GM Shapiro in Buffalo as trade deadline nears. [The Plain Dealer]

Team is interested in Devil Rays’ Wigginton. [Boston Globe]

Wins make trades tricky for Tribe. [Akron Beacon Journal]

Pedroia’s attitude lifts spirits in clubhouse. [Boston Herald]

Schilling Rips Bonds – Again. [Hartford Courant]

Red Sox fans embarrass Tribe. [Akron Beacon Journal]

For Youkilis, money is secondary to winning. [Pro Jo]

Schilling’s words bring reply from Canseco. [Boston Globe]

The Simponized Boston Red Sox team. [Boston Globe]

For more headlines and stories, head over to the Boston Globe, Boston Herald, Hartford Courant, Providence Journal, The Plain Dealer and Akron Beacon Journal websites.