Jon Lester insists he used rosin, which is legal, and not Vaseline on his glove during game one of the World Series. Photo: APJon Lester insists he used rosin, which is legal, and not Vaseline on his glove during game one of the World Series. Photo: AP
Jon Lester insists he used rosin, which is legal, and not Vaseline on his glove during game one of the World Series. Photo: AP

Boston Red Sox pitcher Jon Lester denies doctoring ball

Cardinals' minor league player suspects Vaseline, but Lester insists it was rosin he used during game one of the World Series, which Boston won 8-1

Jon Lester insists he used rosin, which is legal, and not Vaseline on his glove during game one of the World Series. Photo: APJon Lester insists he used rosin, which is legal, and not Vaseline on his glove during game one of the World Series. Photo: AP
Jon Lester insists he used rosin, which is legal, and not Vaseline on his glove during game one of the World Series. Photo: AP
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