Joe Saunders shut down the Red Sox for the second time this season yesterday and was pretty dominating throughout. We had bench-clearing incident with no punches thrown due to Yo-Yo hitting Orlando Cabrera. And we had the return of Eric Gagné to the scene of the crime. All told it wasn’t pretty for the Sox yesterday. Looming now is a 11-day 10-game roadtrip that ends in the Bronx for the games. It’s hard not to look ahead but I’d like to see the Sox go at least 5-2 before getting to NY. Before Kevin Cash gets behind the dish tonight to catch Tim Wakefield, let’s take a look at the headlines and happenings from the Boston and Los Angeles area media on this cool but cloudy day on the shores of Connecticut.

No fight in Red Sox [Boston Globe]

Saunders gets timely win at Fenway [LA Times]

No walk in their park [Boston Herald]

Angels beat Boston 3-1 [The Orange County Register]

Stuck On Spin Cycle [Hartford Courant]

Saunders, Angels deliver [LA Daily News]

Red Sox toss an incompletion against the Angels [Pro Jo]

Disagreement showed their signs of discontent [Boston Globe]

Cabrera, Tavarez trade accusations of stolen signs [LA Times]

Newcomer is right at home: Kielty makes quick Fenway impression [Boston Herald]

Benches cleared in Boston [The Orange County Register]

Cash Getting 1st Chance With Wakefield [Hartford Courant]

Saunders never let them see him sweat [LA Times]

Finally, embattled Gagne finds some breathing room for the Red Sox [Pro Jo]

Curt Schilling checked in again. [38 Pitches]

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