Bedard looks tired as his '06 put to rest

He settles for 15 wins

Tejada breaks O's single-season hits record

Red Sox 4 Orioles 3

September 30, 2006|By Jeff Zrebiec | Jeff Zrebiec,Sun reporter

BOSTON -- While the rest of his teammates were at Yankee Stadium on Thursday night, Erik Bedard was settling into his Boston hotel room so he could get a good night's rest in preparation for his final start of the season.

The last thing Bedard expected was a drama-filled night, but that's what he got when he turned on his television and watched his teammate and friend, Daniel Cabrera, make a run at a no-hitter. The normally reserved Bedard was so incensed when Robinson Cano broke up the no-hitter with one out in the ninth, he said that he had to restrain himself from throwing something at the television.

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